The first person charged under the post 9/11 Security of Information Act is a member of the Canadian armed forces.
According to the Montreal Gazette navy lieutenant Jeffrey Paul Delisle was charged Monday for communicating classified information to a foreign entity. CTV News reported that the foreign entity may have been Russia.
The alleged crime supposedly took place over a period of four years. Delisle was charged with three counts under the anti-terrorism law and could face a life in prison.