Criminal charges weighed for Patraeus
WASHINGTON- The Justice Department is considering filing criminal charges against former CIA Director David Patraeus over his handling of classified information. Investigators have been examining if Patraeus provided secret information to his biographer that he had an affair with.
He resigned from the CIA due to his admission of the affair in 2012. The New York Times reports prosecutors recommended Patraeus be charged to Attorney General Eric Holder. No comment from Patraeus' lawyer.
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