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Man caught up in lab scandal pleads guilty to property crime
Stone pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property and the state agreed to drop one count each of methamphetamine possession and drug paraphernalia possession, said Assistant District Attorney Amy Lopez-Dooling.
The stolen property that formed the basis for the guilty plea -- a global positioning system and computer disc drive -- did not come from Los Alamos National Laboratory. But the dropped drug charges came about because of the search that turned up three memory sticks that contained classified LANL information, Lopez-Dooling said.
Originally posted by howie0
security is a joke when we have flash drives ie: thumb drives that come with key rings on them and micro-memory cards the size of your fingernail(very bond-ish lol)
Originally posted by SmallMindsBigIdeas
Okay ... if he received the property then who stole it?? Why was the archivist not charged
with stealing the property??
Originally posted by whaaa
Well for one thing, this didn't happen in Livermore. LANL stands for LOS Alamos National Laboratory.