NSA leaker reality winner seeks mercy, turns into thousands of letters of support

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The former National Security Agency contractor reality winner was sentenced to more than five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to leaking a classified report with information about the Russian participation in the presidential election of 2016

A former National Security Agency contractor, served a five-year sentence for leaking classified documents about the Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections, the Petition to President trump for an early dismissal.

An attorney for a Reality-winners announced at the Monday press conference in Dallas, she had submitted over 4,500 letters of support to their customers on the Trump administration’s Office of the Pardon Attorney.

“Our country was attacked by a hostile foreign power,” says lawyer Alison Grinter said, as the Intercept reported. “Our national healing process can only begin when we forgive our truth-tellers, and begin the task of rebuilding what is left of us was taken: choice, security, accountability for those who seek to undermine our democracy and the respect for American law, government by and for the people. All of this can start in earnest, while we punish those who tell us the truth.”

The former National Security Agency contractor reality winners will be asked for the early Version, in the middle of their five-year prison sentence for leaking secret documents to the media on Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential elections.
(Ministry Of Justice, File)

The winner was arrested in the year 2017, and charged under the espionage Act for the removal of classified information from a government entity, and mailing it to a news outlet, according to the justice Department.

The arrest came after the Intercept published June 2017 story about how the Russian hackers in the voting software to be attacked and to be involved in the E-Mail “spear-phishing” attacks against the local election officials at the end of October or beginning of November 2016.

The winner, an Air Force veteran, worked as a contractor for the NSA with a Top Secret clearance with Pluribus International Corporation at the Federal facility in Georgia. They printed out a sheet of paper containing classified information and sent it to the news outlet, the Ministry of justice said.

She was given more, their five-year prison sentence in August 2018 after admitting, against the espionage act. Your request indicated that you are working with a foreign company to conspire against their country, sought no compensation and was only out of the desire to inform the public.

After their conviction, Trump tweeted that it was “‘small potatoes’ in comparison to what Hillary Clinton has!”

The petition stated that the winner is the “continued detention is expensive, unnecessary, for the protection of the public, had a negative impact on your health and your well-being, and not according to the severity of their offense.”


It stresses the winners of military service and that they do not receive adequate medical treatment in prison for depression, anxiety and your eating disorder, the reported Intercept. She was diagnosed added with bulimia during her stint as a cryptologist translation of the intercepted communications from terrorist suspects in a drone program, the wall outlet.

The Ministry of justice did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

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