Anat Kamm to be sentenced Sunday over alleged espionage case
Kamm allegedly stole some 2,000 documents from the office of then-GOC Central Command Yair Naveh, where she worked during her army service. She later passed the documents on to Haaretz reporter Uri Blau.
Anat Kamm, who was convicted in February of collecting, holding and passing on classified information without authorization, is to be sentenced by the Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday.
The conviction was obtained under a plea bargain that reduced the charges. Originally, Kamm had been charged with espionage.
Kamm stole some 2,000 documents from the office of then-GOC Central Command Yair Naveh, where she worked during her army service.
Among the documents were 700 marked classified or top secret. Kamm passed the documents to Haaretz reporter Uri Blau.
Some of the documents appeared to show that senior Israel Defense Forces officers had violated High Court of Justice rulings by approving the assassination of wanted men in the West Bank even when it would have been possible to arrest them.
In November 2008, Blau wrote an expose based on these documents.
While the report was approved by the military censor, it spurred a search for his source. Kamm was arrested in early 2010.
Passing on classified material without authorization carries a sentence of up to 15 years in jail. Holding such material is punishable by up to seven years.