KY Soldier Sentenced For Selling Military Secrets

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Updated: 4/16/2013 6:11 am
A Kentucky soldier has been sentenced for selling military secrets.

SPC William Colton Millay of Owensboro will serve sixteen years in prison and be dishonorably discharged.

Millay, who was serving at a base in Alaska, was caught after he tried to sell military secrets to an undercover FBI agent whom he believed was a Russian agent.

Prosecutors said Millay is a white supremacist who is fed up with the Army and the United States.

Defense attorneys said Millay is emotionally unstable and was only seeking attention.
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