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August 3, 1989 | From Associated Press
Officials who leak information to news reporters about federal criminal investigations may be prosecuted for theft of government property under a new policy announced Wednesday by the Justice Department. The department has decided to alter a policy against prosecuting officials who leak information to inform the public, John C. Keeney, a deputy assistant attorney general in the criminal division, said in written testimony submitted at a congressional hearing.
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August 3, 1989 | From Associated Press
Officials who leak information to news reporters about federal criminal investigations may be prosecuted for theft of government property under a new policy announced Wednesday by the Justice Department. The department has decided to alter a policy against prosecuting officials who leak information to inform the public, John C. Keeney, a deputy assistant attorney general in the criminal division, said in written testimony submitted at a congressional hearing.
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