Any person subject to service law1 commits an offence if, without lawful excuse2, he intentionally: (1) communicates with an enemy3; (2) gives an enemy information that would or might be useful to the enemy; (3) fails to make known to the proper authorities4 any information received by him from an enemy; (4) provides an enemy with any supplies; or (5) harbours or protects an enemy other than a prisoner of war5.
If such a person has been captured by an enemy and without lawful excuse6 he intentionally serves with or assists the enemy in the prosecution of hostilities or of measures likely to influence moral
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