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Former Los Alamos nuclear scientist Wen Ho Lee walks free after nine months of solitary confinement. (AFP)
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MSNBC icon MSNBC: Norman C. Bay, U.S. attorney for New Mexico, announces Wen Ho Lee's plea agreement.
 Associated Press: Wen Ho Lee released.
Ruling
 Full text : U.S. v. Lee (PDF File)
Full Text
 Statement from FBI Director Louis J. Freeh on Wen Ho Lee case.
Transcript
 The Post's Vernon Loeb discussed the controversy in September.
U.S. Adopts New Strategy for Counterintelligence
The Bush administration has adopted a new counterintelligence strategy that calls for preemptive action against foreign intelligence services viewed as threats to national security, officials said Saturday.

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