Sentencing for navy spy underway

Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Delisle, a naval officer stationed in Halifax, Nova Scotia, plead guilty to "communicating safeguarded information and breach of trust," CBC news reports. His sentencing began on Thursday, January 31, 2012.

The sentencing hearing of Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle was scheduled to begin on Thursday.
The sentencing hearing of Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle was scheduled to begin on Thursday.
The sentencing hearing of Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle was scheduled to begin on Thursday.
Intelligence officer Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle pleads guilty to spy charges in a Halifax court. He was charged with breach of trust charge and two counts of passing information to a foreign entity
Spy pleads guilty
Intelligence officer Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle pleads guilty to spy charges in a Halifax court. He was charged with breach of trust charge and two counts of passing information to a foreign entity
Former Canadian Forces Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle pleads guilty to selling Canadian military secrets to a foreign entity
Spy's guilty plea
Former Canadian Forces Sub-Lt. Jeffrey Paul Delisle pleads guilty to selling Canadian military secrets to a foreign entity
Jennifer Delisle finds it hard to make sense of ex-husband Jeffrey Delisle's excuses: 'OK, so you're really angry at your wife. You want to get back at her. So you bring down all of Canada?'
Jennifer Delisle finds it hard to make sense of ex-husband Jeffrey Delisle's excuses: 'OK, so you're really angry at your wife. You want to get back at her. So you bring down all of Canada?'
Jennifer Delisle finds it hard to make sense of ex-husband Jeffrey Delisle's excuses: 'OK, so you're really angry at your wife. You want to get back at her. So you bring down all of Canada?'
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Canadian naval officer and Halifax native Jeffrey Paul Delisle, seen in this 1990 high school yearbook photo, is accused of passing defence secrets to the Russians.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.
Former Quebec Superior Court judge Jacques Delisle has been denied bail while seeking to appeal his conviction for murdering his wife.

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