June 13, 1990 |
A former Army sergeant accused of breaching U.S. and NATO security by videotaping military secrets for delivery to Eastern European countries was ordered held without bond Tuesday, pending trial on espionage charges. Roderick James Ramsay, 28, who was an assistant documents custodian for the 8th Infantry Division in West Germany, said nothing during the five-minute detention hearing. "Based on the information and testimony presented last Friday, there is probable cause to hold the defendant . .
October 23, 1992 |
An Army sergeant was charged with espionage Thursday for providing "extremely sensitive" Army and North Atlantic Treaty Organization defense secrets, including tactical nuclear weapon plans, to intelligence agents for Hungary and Czechoslovakia from 1985 through 1988. Sgt. Jeffrey Stephen Rondeau, 29, was arrested in Tampa, Fla., by the FBI on a three-count indictment--the latest development in the investigation of an alleged espionage ring organized in West Germany by former Army Sgt.
June 9, 1990 |
An ex-Army sergeant charged in one of the most significant espionage schemes ever uncovered appeared in court in Tampa, Fla., on Friday, while federal agents there searched three sites for top-secret documents that the former soldier allegedly hoped to sell to foreign agents.
October 14, 1998 |
A retired Army intelligence analyst was charged Tuesday with selling the Soviet KGB top secret documents from 1988 to 1991, including sites targeted for tactical nuclear attack if the former Soviet Union struck the United States first. David Sheldon Boone, 46, who was assigned to the National Security Agency, allegedly walked into the Soviet embassy here and volunteered his services to Moscow, delivering his first classified document for $300.