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Former CIA officer John Kiriakou (right) and his attorneys, Plato Cacheris (left) and John Hundley, leave federal court Monday in Alexandria. In the latest criminal case in the Obama administration's effort to punish leakers, Mr. Kiriakou was charged Monday with disclosing classified secrets about his teammates to the media. (Associated Press)

Former CIA officer John Kiriakou (right) and his attorneys, Plato Cacheris (left) and John Hundley, leave federal court Monday in Alexandria. In the latest criminal case in the Obama administration's effort to punish leakers, Mr. Kiriakou was charged Monday with disclosing classified secrets about his teammates to the media. (Associated Press)

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