Activists Sentenced to Long Prison Terms
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by Holly Syrrakos
Volume 36 Number 2
Kurt Stand and Terry Squillacote, convicted in October of espionage-related charges, were sentenced January 20 in U.S. District Court in Alexandria, Va. Stand received a sentence of 17.5 years, Squillacote, 21.5 years. The case is being appealed to the 4th Circuit Federal Appeals Court based in Richmond, Va.