Ex-INS Supervisor, Faget, Gets 5 Years in Spy Case
Los Angeles Times - June 30, 2001
A former high-ranking U.S. immigration agent was sentenced in Miami to
five years in prison for disclosing official secrets to Cuba in an espionage
case that prompted Washington to expel a Cuban diplomat.
Mariano Faget, 55, was convicted in May 2000 of four counts of violating
the Espionage Act by disclosing secrets and lying about his contact with a
Cuban diplomat, Jose Imperatori.
Faget, who as an INS supervisor had security clearance, was arrested in
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