Source of press leaks of top-secret data on tests of Russian and Chinese advanced weapons produced by the us government, is Henry Frese of the Intelligence Department of the Ministry of defense (DIA) of the USA, writes The Washington Post.
The newspaper, citing the Ministry of justice of the United States, reported that 30-year-old analyst from Alexandria (Virginia) “was caught red-handed, revealing secret information about national security.” Appropriate charge to the employee of the DIA filed October 9, 2019.
According to the Federal Bureau of investigation (FBI), the activities of the mill, which “could cause exceptionally serious damage to national security” due to his desire to help the career growth of women-the reporter, with which the accused was in a long loving relationship. Also in the case of figures is another female correspondent, familiar with the sweetheart analyst RUMO, of which the latter gave additional information.
The Washington Post notes that the documents submitted two reporters referred to as “Reporter 1” (beloved analysis) and “Journalist 2,” and, most likely, in the first case we are talking about Amanda Macias from CNBC, while the second is Courtney Kube from MSNBC, which cover national security issues.
The FBI States that in the period from may to July 2018 “Journalist 1” published eight articles, five of which contained information from a secret report by the DIA regarding the development and testing of China and Russia, promising arms.
The Washington Post writes that the mill and “Journalist 1” lived together at the same address in Alexandria from August 2017 to August 2018, and “Journalist 2” is “more senior” colleague, “Journalist 1”. It is also noted that in early July of 2019 reporters were co-authors on topics similar to published in 2018.
In August 2019 CNBC linked the explosion at a military site near Severodvinsk (Arkhangelsk oblast) in an attempt to raise from the bottom of the Barents sea cruise missile with global range, “Petrel”, equipped with compact heavy-duty nuclear power plant.
In February 2019, the TV station wrote about the thirteenth test of the Thunderbird.
In December 2018, CNBC reported five successful flight tests of promising Russian hypersonic anti-ship cruise missiles “Zircon”.
In August 2018, CNBC said on the upcoming Russia mission to extract from the bottom of the Barents sea “Petrel”, which allegedly drowned in November 2017 during unsuccessful trials.
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