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Informant in Galleon insider-trading case gets a year in prison

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the...more

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the...more

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse with her lawyer (L) following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against...more

Roomy Khan, the former Intel executive exits the Manhattan Federal Courthouse following her sentencing in New York January 31, 2013. Khan, a one-time technology company executive who became a key FBI informant in the insider-trading case against hedge-fund manager Raj Rajaratnam, was sentenced to 12 months in prison on Thursday. Defense lawyers had sought five years of probation for Khan, 58, who pleaded guilty in 2009 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan to securities fraud, obstruction of justice and conspiracy. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
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