US Navy Nuclear Engineer, Wife Charged by DOJ With Selling Nuclear Submarine Secrets

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A U.S. Navy nuclear engineer was charged by the Department of Justice for allegedly selling secret information about nuclear submarines to an undercover agent who posed as an operative from a foreign country. Jonathan Toebbe and his wife, Diana, were arrested Saturday in West Virginia, the Justice Department said Sunday. They were charged with violating the Atomic Energy Act and will appear in a court in West Virginia later this week. A news release from the agency said Toebbe, 42, and his wife, 45, sold information “concerning the design of nuclear-powered warships to a person they believed was a representative of a foreign power.” However, according to the Justice Department, that person was actually an FBI agent. “The complaint charges a plot to transmit information relating to the design of our nuclear submarines to a foreign nation,” Attorney General Merrick Garland said in a statement. “The work of the FBI, Department of Justice …

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