GOT HER!!! Attorney General Jeff Sessions NAILS First Leaker… Trump Vindicated!
Let’s hope for even more and more of this winning!
One leaker down, and a whole swamp to go.
Just recently, the Department of Justice filed charges against a 25-year-old woman who stole Top Secret information and forwarded it to an online news organization.
With a name like “Reality,” I’m pretty sure I know who she voted for, and it wasn’t Trump!
Winner, who lives in Augusta, has worked for Pluribus International since Feb. 13, according to the complaint. She held a Top Secret clearance.
On May 9, “Winner printed and improperly removed classified intelligence reporting, which contained classified national defense information from an intelligence community agency, and unlawfully retained it,” the complaint says.
She then transmitted the information through mail to an online news outlet several days later.
The news outlet is not revealed in the complaint, but NBC News has reported that the recipient of the documents is The Intercept, a website founded by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar.[Please VOTE by tapping YES or NO below!]
The U.S. agency that contracts with Pluribus International is also not named, but the National Security Agency contracts work through the firm.
FBI agents interviewed Winner at her home on Saturday. During the interview she acknowledged that “she intentionally identified and printed” classified information “despite not having a ‘need to know,’ and with knowledge that the intelligence reporting was classified.”
“Winner further admitted removing the classified intelligence reporting from her office space, retaining it, and mailing it from Augusta, Georgia, to the news outlet, which she knew was not authorized to receive or possess the documents,” the complaint reads.
The documents included Top Secret information regarding Russia’s alleged attempts to hack into voter registration systems prior to the US Presidential election last November. The complaint reveals how the US agency concluded that Winner stole and hid the sensitive documents.
The documents broadcast by the news outlet “appeared to be folded and/or creased, suggesting they had been printed and hand-carried out of a secured space.”
The agency performed an internal audit and concluded that six people had printed the report, one of them being Winner. “A further audit of the six individuals’ desk computers revealed that WINNER had e-mail contact with the News Outlet. The audit did not reveal that any of the other individuals had e-mail contact with the News Outlet,” the complaint states.
She should change her last name. She’s a loser… not a winner.
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