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20 June 2017, 11:11 | Terri Saunders
That led investigators to think the document had been printed out.
Donors are hailing victor as a patriot and hero.
"She's just a good kid".
Garrick's affidavitsaid he interviewed victor at her home Saturday and she "admitted intentionally identifying and printing the classified intelligence reporting at issue" and mailing it to the news outlet. Six employees had access to the document - a detailed account of how Russian military intelligence attacked a USA voting software company and spear-phished emails to more than 100 local election officials.
Court records show the Federal Bureau of Investigation visited Reality Leigh Winner's home Saturday and took her passport, some mail, a pair of spiralbound notebooks, two piece of notebook paper with handwritten notes, a power bill, a Department of Defense-issued "country handbook" about Iran, a nondisclosure agreement, a cell phone, two laptop computers and a tablet computer.
A federal grand jury has indicted a woman accused of leaking classified documents to a news organization.
Following her arrest on Saturday, it is being speculated that victor could be charged with leaking sensitive information and could face up to 10 years in prison. According to The New York Times, this arrest marks the first time a person has been charged with leaking documents under the Trump administration. Prosecutors don't think victor is a jihadist or terrorist sympathizer, they say that before she left the military, she inserted an external hard drive into a top-secret computer there. The job gave her top secret clearance, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday in federal court. "I don't know what she did when she went to work".
"She still continued to serve after she got out of the Air Force".
Nichols said it was "premature" to discuss the merits of the government's case.
Winner, a contractor with Pluribus International Corporation, was arrested last Saturday after reportedly starting work for a government agency in Georgia in February. But the NSA has operated a $286 million complex in Augusta since 2012.
CNN also reports victor is a contractor with Pluribus International Corporation, authorities said. A cached version of the site said the company operated out of an office building in Alexandria, Virginia.
Snowden further argues that victor should be released on bail pending her trial and said that for the government to hold any "citizen incommunicado and indefinitely while awaiting trial for the alleged crime of serving as a journalistic source should outrage" anyone concerned about the free press, whistleblower protections, or the public's right to know. "I'm terrified for her right now because of the news, the climate, the social media". When she graduated in 2010, she opted not to go to college.
Winner posted under a pseudonym, Sara Winners, but didn't seem concerned with concealing her identity, using a photo of herself as a profile picture and posting a selfie in February.
Winner's attorney, Titus Thomas Nichols, declined to confirm whether she is accused of leaking the NSA report received by The Intercept.
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