Tuesday, April 17, 2018|11:56 a.m.
ST. PAUL, Minn.– A former Minnesota FBI counterterrorism representative who was captured in a Justice Department crackdown has actually pleaded guilty to dripping categorized documents to a national media organization.
Terry J. Albury appeared in federal court in St. Paul on Tuesday on 2 counts of unapproved disclosure or retention of national defense information. The administration of President Donald Trump has made prosecuting civil servant who leak sensitive info to the media a high priority.
Albury was accused of sharing documents with an unnamed online wire service. One document from 2011 associates with how the FBI evaluates personal informants. The date on one file and its subject matter referred a story posted by The Intercept in 2015.