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Couple Pleads Not Guilty in Spy Case as Prosecutors Lay Out New Details

1 month ago   |   By NY Times

Jonathan and Diana Toebbe planned for years to sell classified materials about submarine technology to a foreign government and were seeking as much as $5 million, the prosecution said in court.
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