Prosecutors in the Dusty Foggo case are urging the judge to make public secret grand jury testimony, saying that the American people has a right to know the extent of Foggo’s misconduct, the AP reports.
They also argued that the testimony should be considered by the judge at Foggo’s sentencing hearing, which is scheduled for next month.
Prosecutors won’t say what the specific information that they want released from the transcripts is.
Foggo, the former number three official at the CIA, pleaded guilty to wire fraud in connection with a scheme to help his old friend Brent Wilkes to obtain agency contracts at inflated contracts. Former GOP congressman Randy “Duke” Cunningham is serving a jail sentence for taking bribes from Wilkes.