Washington, DC - Kevin Patrick Mallory, 62, of Leesburg, Virginia, was sentenced Friday to 20 years in prison to be followed by five years of supervised release after being convicted under the Espionage Act for conspiracy to transmit national defense information to an agent of the People’s Republic of China.  Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney G. Zachary Terwilliger for the Eastern District of Virginia and Assistant Director in Charge Nancy McNamara of the FBI’s Washington Field Office made the announcement after sentencing by Senior U.S. District Judge T.S. Ellis III.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana - A Baton Rouge, Louisiana-based doctor was sentenced to 37 months in prison followed by two years of supervised release Friday for his role in a scheme to defraud Medicare and other health care insurers.

Herndon, Virginia - A former facilities and real estate manager for a large, international labor union pleaded guilty Thursday to defrauding and stealing from his employer, announced Assistant Attorney General Brian A. Benczkowski of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney G. Zachary Terwilliger of the Eastern District of Virginia, Inspector General Scott S. Dahl of the U.S. Department of Labor and Director Arthur F. Rosenfeld of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Labor-Management Standards.

Louisville, Kentucky - Devan Edwards, 22, a former correctional officer at the Louisville Metro Department of Corrections, one of three officers charged last week in connection with the beating of a handcuffed and compliant inmate, pleaded guilty today, announced Assistant Attorney General Eric Dreiband for the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division, U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman for the Western District of Kentucky, and FBI Louisville Special Agent in Charge James Robert Brown Jr.

Munich, Germany - Deputy Assistant Attorney General Richard W. Downing Delivers Remarks at the 5th German-American Data Protection Day on “What the U.S. Cloud Act Does and Does Not Do”:

Washington, DC - A complex transnational organized cybercrime network that used GozNym malware in an attempt to steal an estimated $100 million from unsuspecting victims in the United States and around the world has been dismantled as part of an international law enforcement operation.  GozNym infected tens of thousands of victim computers worldwide, primarily in the United States and Europe.  The operation was highlighted by the unprecedented initiation of criminal prosecutions against members of the network in four different countries as a result of cooperation between the United States, Georgia, Ukraine, Moldova, Germany, Bulgaria, Europol and Eurojust.