this report in Middle East Online:
Tharwat Guda, a former officer in general intelligence, was jailed for a year Wednesday in a military trial sparked by a complaint from his former institution that he had disclosed information "damaging to national security."
Unclear is how he could know anything about the matter, as he retired in 2010, the year before long-time president Hosni Mubarak was driven from power and Morsi elected to replace him.
At issue was an interview he gave to private newspaper Al-Watan in September, state news agency MENA reported.
When asked whether the intelligence services had "conspired" against Morsi by feeding him false information, he said: "No. The intelligence services did not conspire against Morsi, it was he who conspired against Egypt.
"We knew he was a traitor even before he became president, so why give him information?"Are retired officers fair game for military prosecution?