Former CIA agent gets 15 years, $200,000 fine

Former CIA agent Edwin Wilson was sentenced to 15 years in jail Monday and fined $200,000 for smuggling five guns to Libyan terrorists. One of the guns was allegedly used in an assassination in Bonn.

Mr. Wilson was found guilty Nov. 17 on seven of eight counts of illegally exporting four pistols and a Colt M-16 automatic rifle from the United States to Libyan intelligence and Army officials in Europe.

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