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Accused NSA leaker back in court Tuesday

28 June 2017, 09:44 | Laverne Osborne

Accused NSA leaker back in court Tuesday

Accused NSA leaker back in court Tuesday

Reality Leigh Winner, 25, of Augusta, Georgia, was indicted on a single count of illegally retaining and transmitting national defense information.

Winner was a linguist while in the US Air Force from 2010 to 2016 and speaks Farsi, Dari and Pashto, her mother, Billie Winner-Davis, has said. At her bond hearing several weeks ago, they said they found other notebooks that showed her intentions to meet with Taliban Leaders.

- The Georgia woman accused of leaking classified documents to a news organization appeared before a federal judge Tuesday afternoon.

Victor reportedly leaked the document while working as a national security contractor in Georgia.

The report claims Russian military intelligence hacked at least one unnamed voting software supplier in the United States, and attempted to gain access to more than 100 local election officials prior to last November's general election.

Attorneys discussed Tuesday how classified information will be handled in the case.

"I think this judge expects us to work together to get to the information and in due course, get to the truth", says Bell. She could also face a fine of up to $250,000.

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