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July 21, 1989
An Egyptian court sentenced a U.S. citizen in absentia to five years in prison at hard labor for allegedly recruiting Egyptians to spy on Muslim militants on behalf of U.S. intelligence. The indictment named the American as Nicholas Edward Reynolds and said he was an officer in the CIA. The court also sentenced Sami Youssef Ibrahim and his brother, Samir, who is still at large, to 10 years each for passing on information detrimental to Egypt's national interests.
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July 21, 1989
An Egyptian court sentenced a U.S. citizen in absentia to five years in prison at hard labor for allegedly recruiting Egyptians to spy on Muslim militants on behalf of U.S. intelligence. The indictment named the American as Nicholas Edward Reynolds and said he was an officer in the CIA. The court also sentenced Sami Youssef Ibrahim and his brother, Samir, who is still at large, to 10 years each for passing on information detrimental to Egypt's national interests.
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