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The former National Security Agency contractor Reality-winner on Thursday was sentenced to more than five years in prison after he pleaded guilty to leaking a classified report with information about the participation of Russia in the 2016 presidential elections.
Champion, 26, was sentenced to 63 months, no money penalty in a Georgia courtroom. They received an additional three years of supervised release.
The prisoner’s mother had tears streaming down her face as she read the sentence. The winner appeared in court wearing an orange jumpsuit.
Winner-team of the defence said they felt the sentence, supposedly the longest ever, which was for a Federal media leak crime, “fair.”
The winner, an Air Force veteran, pleaded guilty, once in June, instead of in jail at Lincoln County jail in the vicinity of Augusta, Georgia. The winner was arrested in June 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 winner was published and announced in 2017 arrest shortly after the Intercept website, a story about how the Russian hackers have a minimum of a US voting-software vendor attacked, and sent so-called “spear-phishing” E-Mails to more than 100 local volunteers, at the end of October or beginning of November 2016.
The Ministry of justice has not been specified that the winner has been charged in connection with the Intercept report. The place is found, however, that the NSA report was quoted in his story of the 5. May 2017. An affidavit in support of the Winner ‘ s arrest, also said the report was dated “on or about” the 5. May 2017.
Winner worked as a contractor with a Top Secret security clearance with Pluribus International Corporation to a Federal facility in Georgia, if you printed a sheet of paper containing classified information and sent it to a news outlet, according to the justice Department.
The winner had a chequered history on social media, the free of your political inclinations are, and wanted to “resist” President Trump.
At the time of their arrest in the year 2017, winner of the social media pages, she was a passionate environmentalist, the common Bernie Sanders material online and has some anti-Trump views. They shared in numerous articles and comments against the Dakota access and the Keystone XL Pipeline (the trump was drawn, to revive) to your Facebook page, even posting a letter sent to the office of Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga.
“Repeat after me: In the United States of America, in the year of 2017, access to clean, fresh water is not a right but a privilege, on the basis of the socio-economic status,” winner wrote in a Facebook posting last year.
Winners are also posted under the hashtag #F—ingWall, in an entry about trump’s “silencing” of the Environment Protection Agency.
The winner recorded last February, in front of the Trump re-construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline revived: “you have s—ting me now. No one has called? The White house has shut down their phone lines. It protests, for months, gave up, both on the drilling site and outside the White house. I’m losing my mind. If you voted for this piece of s—, to explain this. He’s lying. He blatantly lies, and the second-largest supply of freshwater in the country is now in danger. #NoDAPL #Never Mypresident #Resist.”
And in a story to publish, before the 2016 Federal election, she wrote, “On a positive note, this Tuesday, when we national sport of the United States, the Russian Federation, Olympic lifting.”
Air Force officials confirmed that the winner served active duty from December 2010 to December 2016. Winner of a cryptologic language analyst, requires fluency in at least one foreign language, which was not passed on. The winner reached the rank of senior airman, E4, and was last stationed in Ft. Mead in Maryland.
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain and Nicole Darrah contributed to this report.
Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.