The Traitor Should Get The Max

Ronald N. Montaperto, a former Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) analyst, pleaded guilty to passing secret and top secret information to the Chinese as well as possession of classified documents. He indicated that he could not remember what he gave them. The maximum he can receive is a $250,000 fine and 10 years in jail.

A Pentagon official said Montaperto’s value to China included both the secrets he shared and his role facilitating Chinese deception of U.S. intelligence by providing feedback on how those efforts were working.
A senior U.S. intelligence official bluntly stated, “He was a spy for China.”

Big Dog’s take:
This man should receive the maximum sentence. If they ever figure out what he gave them and the Chinese use the information to harm Americans, he should be executed for contributing to the enemy. The idea that anyone would give our secrets away is vile and despicable and the person who does that does not deserve to ever see freedom again.

Source: The Washington Times



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2 Responses to “The Traitor Should Get The Max”

  1. Woody says:

    I agree totally. He gets no more than ten years, but can we pick a really bad jail?

    PS> Did he freelance for the NY Times? If not I’m sure they’ll pick him up soon.

    PPS> Traitor ends with or not er. (-; Easy to mispell when you are pissed. I’ve done it before.

  2. Big Dog says:

    Thanks!
    I must have been using some Olde English spelling or something :)