I saw on TV that an Alaska-based soldier received 16 years in prison for attempting to sell secrets to a FBI agent posing as a Russian spy. What I want to know is, whatever happened to the National Security Act when it comes to these individuals who try to sell secrets? If the National Security Act would be enforced and these individuals would be tried for treason and not for selling secrets, it would all stop.
The National Security Act calls for the death penalty for an act of treason. Enforce it!
James J. Harrigan