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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Robert Sutter
Mr. Sutter said he was upset by the FBI "sting" of former Defense Intelligence Agency analyst Ron Montaperto, who pleaded guilty in June to illegally withholding classified information and admitted as part of a plea deal that he improperly passed both "top secret" and "secret" intelligence to two Chinese military-intelligence officers.
"I told the agents that while they seemed like nice people and I tried to be cooperative with the U.S. government, I could not trust them or have any assurance that they would not use any information I provided in some way that would hurt me or others," he said.