You continue to be wrong. Wow. Talking to Journalists is not a crime. Talking to journalists and revealing state secrets that are entrusted to you due to your security clearance, which makes it very clear that one cannot reveal such secrets, is a crime in any country in the world. Often punishable by death. When a person such as yourself with little intelligence and clearly no information about anything speaks to the press, it is not a crime (although one could argue that the member of the press that would speak to you is committing a crime against society generally), however when an individual with knowledge of state secrets reveals them publically, that is by every definition of treason, indeed a crime.
UN to hold off on separate Afghan bombing probe for now (Reuters)
from the article: Vanunu to return to prison for violating the terms of his parole