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Keith Gartenlaub, Target in China Spy Probe, Appealing Porn Sentence

A former Boeing engineer who was convicted on a controversial pornography possession charge after the government failed to make a Chinese espionage case against him says he is appealing his sentence. Keith Gartenlaub, a senior computer systems manager at Boeing’s Long Beach, California facility, came under suspicion in 2013 after an FBI agent read a magazine article suggesting China had a spy inside the aerospace company.
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