No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

No bond for woman accused of leaking top-secret documents

The parents of a USA government contractor charged with leaking classified documents to a news organization insist she's not a flight risk and should be released from jail before her trial.

A judge has ruled that a woman charged with leaking secrets to a reporter will remain jailed until her trial after prosecutors argued that she might possess more stolen intelligence and could try to flee the country.

Reality Leigh Winner, 25, is accused of passing the top secret National Security Agency report to The Intercept last month while working with Pluribus International Corp, which provides analytical services for US defence and intelligence.

It will be hard for 25-year-old Reality Winner to get a fair trial if her case becomes "this big thing where we're not going to tolerate leakers", Winner's mother, Billie Winner-Davis, told The Associated Press in an interview.

"Winner further acknowledged that she was aware of the contents of the intelligence reporting and that she knew the contents of the reporting could be used to the injury of the United States and to the advantage of a foreign nation", the report said. He says she has never run away from anything and there's no reason to hold her. Six employees had access to the document - a detailed account of how Russian military intelligence attacked a US voting software company and spear-phished emails to more than 100 local election officials.

During the discussion with Cooper, Winner-Davis said that her daughter had called her before her arrest on Saturday and told her that she may be in trouble. Two days later, according to the indictment, she transmitted the document to an online news outlet.

"In the government's criminal complaint against victor, it says it was able to track her down as the leaker because The Intercept showed government officials a copy of the leaked document, which showed signs of having been folded". In a notebook found at her home, victor reportedly wrote, "I want to burn the White House down".

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Winner posted on Twitter as Sara Winners but didn't seem too concerned with concealing her identity. All of the funds raised will be held in trust for victor and her family.

She's being held at a county jail in Georgia until her detention hearing Thursday afternoon.

Winner, a contractor with Pluribus International Corporation in Georgia, faces up to 10 years in prison for leaking classified information.

Shortly after graduating from high school in Kingsville, Texas, where she was a strong tennis and track and field competitor, she opted for military service. She was a linguist who speaks Pashto, Farsi and Dari - languages widely spoken in Iran and Afghanistan. During that time, he said, victor provided real-time translation to Americans conducting field missions.

Victor worked for a USA government contractor in Augusta. But the NSA has operated a $286 million complex in Augusta since 2012.

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