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Sub Lt. Jeffrey Delisle, a naval spy from Nova Scotia and the first person ever convicted Ray Ban Wayfarer under Canada’s post 9/11 anti terrorism legislation, will appear in court Thursday for sentencing.
Because nobody’s ever been convicted under the Security of Information Act before, it’s unclear what kind of punishment awaits the officer for selling Canadian secrets to Russia for $3 Ray Ban Wayfarer ,000 a month.
“The Crown has a strong incentive to seek a sentence sufficiently strong to act as a deterrent, whereas the defence is likely to seek leniency in return for pleading out,” said Christian Leuprecht, a nationa Ray Ban Wayfarer l security expert from Ray Ban Wayfarer Queen’s University and the Royal Military College of Canada. “The eventual sentence rendered will establish legal precedent for any future arraignment under Canada’s revamped Security of Information Act.”