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Accused CIA Imposter Gets Court Supervision for Forgery

A Virginian who the government said posed as a CIA agent and recruited people to rob banks was sentenced to time served and three years of court supervision as part of a plea deal with prosecutors.

Joshua Brady, of Matoaca, Virginia, must stay away from the Internet for one year and receive mental health treatment, U.S. District Judge John Gibney said today in Richmond, Virginia. Brady, who pleaded guilty in January to sending a forged judge’s signature to Verizon Communications Inc. in a dispute over an unpaid mobile-phone bill, was credited for the seven months he spent in jail awaiting trial.