Defense Intelligence Agency Employee Arrested Leaking Classified Information to NBC Reporter…

Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) employee Henry Kyle Frese was arrested yesterday and charged with leaking multiple classified intelligence reports to media. (Full pdf below).

According to the indictment Mr. Frese was caught leaking classified intelligence information to two journalists, one of which he was romantically involved.

Mr. Kyle Frese has a twitter account HERE. Cross-referencing information from within the indictment, research by Matthew Keys has indicated journalist #1 is Courtney Kube from NBC, and journalist #2 is Amanda Macias from CNBC.  The intelligence leaked by Mr. Frese to Ms. Macias likely revolves around North Korean defense systems. [DOJ Announcement Here]

WASHINGTON – A U.S. counterterrorism analyst was arrested at the Defense Intelligence Agency where he worked on charges related to alleged leaks of information to two journalists, the Justice Department said.

Henry Kyle Frese, 30 years old, accessed classified intelligence reports about a foreign country’s weapons systems last year and provided them to two unidentified journalists, according to newly unsealed court documents.

The journalists aren’t named in the indictment, but they are identifiable as Amanda Macias, a national security reporter for CNBC, and Courtney Kube, a national security reporter for NBC. Public tweets cited in the court filings correspond to tweets sent by Ms. Macias and Ms. Kube in July of last year.

Both journalists and NBC and CNBC didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment.

In a statement, the Justice Department said Mr. Frese “was caught red-handed disclosing sensitive national security information.”  (link)

Here’s the indictment:

(Direct Link to PDF)

Obviously Mr. Frese didn’t see his arrest coming…

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280 Responses to Defense Intelligence Agency Employee Arrested Leaking Classified Information to NBC Reporter…

  1. willthesuevi says:

    I hope that sex was “the best evah!”

    He gets to reflect on that for quite a while.

    I would bet he doesn’t have anything to trade for leniency either. Leavenworth ain’t no joke sport.

    Liked by 4 people

    • daylight58 says:

      I hope he gets to be Bubba’s girlfriend.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Kent says:

      Jessie K. Liu or someone of similar character has got his back……

      Liked by 2 people

    • Old Dawg says:

      Leavenworth is where one makes little rocks out of BIG rocks and he will be able to get good at it. The young lady should be prosecuted as well as she was an accessory.

      Liked by 7 people

      • oldumb says:

        It is not, nor should it be illegal to accept leaked information. It is illegal to promote or assist the leaking. So unless she helped – she is free to sex others for information.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Deplorable Incisor says:

          She seems pretty well rounded and grounded. Maybe just got a little too curious and too deep in the weeds? Hopefully she will learn from it and become a better journalist and person from it. From her background you would think that she had to know that what she was doing was very wrong though.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Vicus says:

            She knew exactly what she was doing. I don’t understand how you think she’s just some teenaged damsel confused in a big scary world.

            She knew what she was doing and didn’t care.

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    • mtk says:

      It just goes to show, “it helps to have friends in high places on the SSCI when you’re going to inbed with a journalist and pillow talk leaks.”

      Well at least this time the inbedded journalist was not the dog the last wolfe was panting over.

      Suggestion Mr. Frese.. Save yourself a ton money. The double standard you are about to face, “Will be just throwing money down same hole you find yourself in.”

      It may be cheaper just to walk into court and go, “What about Mr. Wolfe, he got off with a slap on the wrist?”

      And besides telling the court, “How come there is no Lawfare connected lawyer burning up the pro bono hours negotiating my plea package with some relative/spouse of theirs working for the prosecution?”

      Liked by 8 people

      • Daniel M. Camac says:

        mtk, Excellent points regarding Mr. Wolfe and Lawfare pukeyers! I’m still fuming about how that pig got off with one single little charge. Wasn’t Jessie Liu(sp) involved AGAIN?

        Oh, but worry not. We have our RINO Burr keeping us all safe along with his cohort Schiffty Schiff. You can’t make this s%it up.

        Bet this sucka gets the full Monty while Wolfe sips a martini and chuckles.

        Liked by 3 people

    • BoreMole says:

      Why haven’t they arrested the reporter as well?

      Liked by 2 people

    • John K says:

      I wonder what he thinks now about Hillary Clinton exposing tremendous amounts of classified information and NOT getting indicted. Care to comment Mr. Frese?

      Liked by 5 people

    • Spooky says:

      Since he’s a deep state DemocRat he will probably get kid glove treatment including a strangely light sentence served at some club fed minimum security facility

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  2. So from a cursory look at his twitter profile, he seems to be a bit of a loser who watched South Park and posts silly memes about his love for pizza. I would imagine he spends a lot of time playing video games. Leaks info to his girlfriend and gets arrested for leaking relatively benign information, from what I can tell.

    Yet the likes of Comey, Brennan, Clapper, and on and on and on…no punishment.

    Oh, and Paul Manafort will die in prison and Flynn’s life lies in ruins.

    Oh and one more thing…Hillary is thinking of running again!!!!

    Liked by 10 people

    • Peoria Jones says:

      This tweet is rather ironic:

      Liked by 5 people

      • Paprika says:

        So, that’s why he got arrested–He “threatened” the weasel blower! Now it make sense!

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        • oldumb says:

          You read a threat into that?

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          • Peoria Jones says:

            By the way, this leaker’s IC friends sound like a bunch of never-Trumping turds. What a bunch of unprofessional idiots we have, serving us in the IC.

            Who could’ve imagined that people in the IC would ever openly post disparaging comments about the POTUS in public forums? These creeps are supposed to be serving ALL of us.

            We pay their damned salaries!

            Liked by 9 people

            • Black Irish Rose says:

              Four years ago, I left one of those three letter Intel agencies at age 45. I was surrounded by so many like Frese: arrogant, cocky, knew everything at age 20 while having no moral compass, just moral relativism. Most went from college to intel analysis, being assigned, for example, to analyze foreign leaders without any ability to think critically. Or they would be assigned to monitor Country X’s economy without ever having once paid a utility bill or make this month’s rent. (Daddy and mommy paid all that.) In short, kids like Frese never grew up.

              And the Intel agencies hired such individuals by the THOUSANDS after 9/11, many of whom are now in low-mid level management.

              As I walked out of the bldg on my last day as an Intel analyst, I had two overwhelming realizations: 1) great evil was being done inside these walls: at the time I could never have guessed exactly what Brennan, et. al, would eventually scheme, but I am not in the least surprised at what they have done; and 2) dread for what the Intel agencies were quickly becoming with new hires who had no experience in life, but a whole lot of “ends justifies the means” way of thinking and acting.

              Frese is just the tip of the iceberg, IMHO….

              Liked by 4 people

              • Chump Change says:

                I had a secret clearance and was directly employed by one of the three letter agencies…after one year and one month I quit. Could not stand the culture and mindset of US Government employees.

                Liked by 2 people

              • Despicable Me says:

                BIR – I echo your thoughts and fears. I left a similar situation
                more recently than you. Many of the newbies (though certainly not all) were seriously lacking character as well as any introspective self knowledge that they don’t know really know much of anything (much less everything!). :/

                Liked by 1 person

              • Peoria Jones says:

                Beyond disturbing.

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              • Kent Clizbe says:

                Excellent points, Rose.

                I warned of these people, specifically Brennan, but all of these pitiful “analysts” in an article on Breitbart’s original site, Big Peace, in 2010:

                https://intelctweekly.blogspot.com/2011/02/cairo-meddler-czar-brennan-needs-to-go.html

                “You must understand about analysts … what they are not. CIA analysts, regardless of what you’ve read or seen in Tom Clancy movies, are not spies. They do not manage spies. They do not recruit spies. They do not handle spies. They are not covert operators. They do not uncover secrets. They do not fast-rope from Blackhawks.

                “They sit in cubicles and research and write. Then they argue among themselves about what each other has written. Then they brief others on their articles. Then they do that again. And again, and again, and again. Because of the dreary reality of their lives, the analysts are allowed large budgets for travel. They travel to the countries in their portfolio, on boondoggle familiarization trips—which are more like vacations.

                “Many CIA analysts join the Agency believing the Tom Clancy hype. Once they learn what their job is, they can become bitter. And they can succumb to envy—of the operators who do recruit spies, travel the world under cover, meet and befriend exotic people, and plan and execute clandestine operations. There is a definite culture of envy in the CIA’s DI.

                “Because of this envy, occasionally, when the CIA goes through one of its bouts of self-destructiveness, the director of the CIA appoints an analyst, to be the chief of an overseas operational station. And when a presidential administration is extremely anti-CIA, like the Clintons, it appoints an analyst to be in charge of the entire Directorate of Operations.”

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            • oldumb says:

              It seems they think we are beneath them so far, they do not have to consider us.

              If they are this bad, what kind of work product do they produce? Scary as hell

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          • WhiteBoard says:

            the person is pointing out that the whistleblower coup is untouchable or you feel the burn.

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  3. icanhasbailout says:

    My guess is that the word “romantic” isn’t really all that applicable to what was going on here.

    Liked by 11 people

  4. MaineCoon says:

    I remember as a kid the FBI would list their Wanted Suspects’ mug shots with description in the Post Office for all to see with the hotline number.

    I think it would be appropriate to post Frese’s mug shot in all ICs locations with the counts for which he’s been arrested. I think it would go a long way as a deterrent for internal IC leakers.

    Liked by 6 people

    • BuckNutGuy says:

      Where is the Wolfe treatment when you need it. This is the most comical part of the whole President Trump era IMO. This guy will fry for getting hubbada hubbada for secrets and yet Wolfe walks. Two tiered justice. PSA for those in the swamp: when getting laid for leaking, make sure you have a Senator or two you can take down with you for that moment of fake pleasure. Do you think she looks them in the eye afterwards and says: Thank You?

      Liked by 3 people

  5. ATheoK says:

    A) Cancel the traitor’s security clearance immediately.
    • 1) Fire any SOB handling the cancellation that fails to process the cancellation!

    Cited leaks were circa April 27th 2018. Suggested period of leaks went from January 2017 through to October 2019.

    If anything, that gives us an idea how long it takes FBI and DOJ to complete an indictment… They better hurry their posteriors up!

    Liked by 7 people

    • An says:

      Has anyone been able to locate coverage from those reporters using this classified info? I would imagine that it made it into some of their stories.

      As for discipline… I’d expect them to get a raise for it the way the MSM works. It’s amazing just how many journalists are married to sources and part of me wonders if it’s due to spousal immunity….

      Liked by 3 people

  6. alliwantissometruth says:

    It’s always the same pattern

    Want to find the radical leftist scumbags betraying the country and the people?

    Easy, look for the skinny white dorks. It’s almost always an insecure, skinny white nerd, the kind who got beat up in high school and wants only to get back at the bullies who were mean to him

    Liked by 2 people

    • What you are looking for is a “SOY BOY”!!! Just Keepin’ it real!!!!

      Liked by 3 people

    • Zy says:

      Not just skinny, look at Jerry Nonads and tell me that he wasn’t a frequent receipient of wedgies in school.

      Liked by 2 people

    • RetiredEE says:

      Oh my Alliwant 55 years ago I was that white kid that had trouble with social interactions and liked to build electronic circuits and talk about science. I went on to college and got my EE degree and designed products that gave jobs to a lot of people who made them, and who I really liked. The products also were successful in the market and made a lot of people happy. I NEVER attacked anyone or caused trouble. Just maybe your characterization is not quite a well thought out filter. Remember some of us that were nerds you may have ended up working for. No, also I have never been a leftest probably a lot closer to an anti-leftest. So, although, I agree with your sentiment that there are those that cause the problems you might want to refine the characteristics of such a person. Thank you for your consideration. If we can find those lefty bast…s before it is too late I’m all for it.

      Liked by 4 people

      • alliwantissometruth says:

        Retired, I was simply making an observation. Of course a certain body type or a persons disposition doesn’t mean they;ll turn out a particular way

        My post was meant to be a bit humorous, and a simple observation. It wasn’t meant to degrade anyone but the scumbags working against our interests

        Liked by 3 people

  7. joeknuckles says:

    New reality show concept:

    Sexy female reporter entertains offers of leaks from federal agents. Here’s the kicker, the reporter is really an undercover agent herself and everything is secretly recorded with all agents involved going to federal prison at the end of the show.

    Liked by 8 people

  8. dwpender says:

    Will Burke(NBC) or Hoffman(CNBC) subject Ms Macias to any disciplinary action for her “method” of obtaining “sources” willing to leak classified information?

    Liked by 3 people

  9. Lulu says:

    Oh please let this treasonous, anti-America hack do twenty years in big boy prison.

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  10. PBR says:

    I just don’t understand how people that leak, as in the case classified info, can be arrested but the people publishing it cannot. Edward Snowden gave info to Glen Greenwald. Edward Snowden faces death possibly, while Greenwald, nada. Yeah, yeah, freedom of the press…But anyone caught with classified documents should be punished. Maybe if this happened the press would not be so eager to get their story, no matter whom they destroy.

    Liked by 7 people

    • P.F. Chang says:

      Maybe Greenwald has an expensive slip of paper with the word “journalism” permitting him to extra 1st Amendment rights.

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    • lokiscout says:

      PBR, if someone handed you classified info, probably not telling you it was classified but just “interesting” stuff to talk about, should you go to jail?

      Those holding security clearances supposedly have a “Need to know” in order to perform the job they are being paid for by or for the US Government. Before they receive that clearance and before they are briefed on any new classified info they are reminded of their responsibility to protect that info and the penalties if they compromise it. They also sign a written and witnessed affidavit stating they understand.

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  11. BREAKING! CNN has just welcomed Mr. Frese as its newest CNN Contributor. Congratulations and welcome aboard!

    Liked by 9 people

  12. Gunner says:

    Just doin’ what his master’s told him to do. Now, let’s see what punishment lies in store for the Trump/USA-hating treasonous bastard. I’ll wait.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. FUN FACT- MSNBC reporter Courtney Kube was the same reporter who went viral today when her little boy interrupted her broadcast.
    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/all/nbc-news-reporter-interrupted-live-air-it-s-adorable-n1064186

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      After I finished watching it . . .it flipped to a second video of a gunman . . . . nonchalantly getting out of a car pulled to the side of the highway, and firing shots. This guy was the calmest maniac imaginable. I didn’t catch where but the police cars were green/orange striped. Then. .. . there was a wild video of a buck deer smashing through the window of a beauty salon, jumping over a woman on the couch, and . . . of course. . . . the female stylist who was styling the hair of what looked to be some type of cadet. .. . was being a girlie girl. . . screaming like a banshee.

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  14. Arrest Soros says:

    research by Matthew Keys has indicated journalist #1 is Courtney Kube from NBC, and journalist #2 is Amanda Macias from CNBC. The intelligence leaked by Mr. Frese to Ms. Macias likely revolves around North Korean defense systems.

    I may be wrong but my understanding is that Frese had a relationship with Macias. It was Macias he was hoping to help, so Macias is “journalist #1” and Kube is “journalist #2.”

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  15. palafox says:

    Macias is kinda cute, which further explains why the only news Maddow breaks is tax-return duds.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. Bulldog84 says:

    A DIA analyst is stupid enough not only to be on Twitter, but to overshare on it. This is one example of who fills the ranks we are told are composed of fine people. If that’s not depressing, nothing is.

    Liked by 11 people

  17. JoeMeek says:

    Brennan, Clapper, Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein, etc., etc., etc. all got away with even more leaking, so why shouldn’t this young sap get away with it?

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Joe B says:

    He needs to contact James Wolfe’s lawyer immediately.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Jive Pawnbroker says:

    Yet another example of the MSM and The Swamp literally being in bed with each other.

    Liked by 3 people

  20. yy4u says:

    I just don’t get leaking. Sorry. I worked in medicine and we NEVER EVER divulged the name of a patient to anyone not in need to know (like the radiologist or a consultant). Why the loose lips in government? Why can’t bureaucrats keep their mouths shut? And where does it say freedom of the press means you sic a honeypot on a horny young man to get information from him? The swamp doesn’t need to be drained, it needs to be disinfected and then paved over.

    Start by shipping entire Dept of Agriculture to KS, IA or NB — a state that actually grows stuff.
    Second step is ship the IRS to St. Louis. In the worst possible section. The rent should be cheaper there. New land should be relatively inexpensive for the new IRS building.
    Why does FBI have to be in DC? Why can’t it be in Mississippi or Arkansas?
    Why can’t CIA headquarters be in TN, KY or WVA?
    Dept of Education? Dissolve it. It doesn’t educate a single kid.
    Labor? Put it in Michigan or PA.
    I’m sure ya’ll also have ideas.

    Liked by 5 people

  21. fred5678 says:

    Yet another example of the new definition of a “sleeper” agent.

    Remember this “sleeper” ??

    “While many details remain unknown, it is already clear that Watkins’ highly unethical conduct pre­sents a problem for press defenders. Hers is not the hill they should volunteer to die on.

    Start with the fact that Watkins admits she was sleeping with Wolfe when she covered his Senate panel for BuzzFeed and Politico.

    Although sexual relationships with sources are taboo at most large news organizations, editors at BuzzFeed and Politico said they knew about Watkins’ relationship with Wolfe, but allowed her to continue covering the panel.”

    https://nypost.com/2018/06/09/new-york-times-reporter-broke-the-biggest-rule-in-journalism/

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  22. Rynn69 says:

    Ok. But why is most everyone else getting away with it?

    Liked by 1 person

    • GB Bari says:

      We have to assume they all got a pass – either weren’t ever arrested or after a quick look the DOJ “declined to prosecute” because the leakers were leaking anti-Trump information.

      So that leaking must be deemed acceptable by the Media, Dems, RINOs, and the Anti-Trump DOJ (pre-Barr).

      Liked by 2 people

    • GB Bari says:

      It also may explain why we now have the so-called “whistleblower” scandal going on.
      It’s ;possible that the DemonRATs / Lawfare / Deep State coup conspirators knew the leaking was being clamped down by more aggressive measure by the White House ad AG Barr, so they devised what they figured was the “legal” way to leak damaging fabricated information about the President to fuel the faltering impeachment effort.

      Liked by 2 people

  23. Kid Jupiter says:

    The Gamma Male will do anything – and I mean anything – to get laid… Now he gets locked up and she goes scot free with her little reporter career. And she isn’t even that attractive. SMDH

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    • Palafox says:

      Check out her Twitter (linked in article). She’s doing state fair corn dog stories (juxtaposed, ironically, with deep state horn dog stories…) and she’s not breaking anything. Looks like she got a short end of the stick, too ( his is forthcoming). I guess the dude couldn’t deliver.

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  24. Blase Bauer says:

    Buh Bye Felicia

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  25. GB Bari says:

    My interest is not so much what sentence Frese gets because that should be severe. But what happens to the journalist who passed along his leaks; she should also be prosecuted and imprisoned for the same length of time.

    Liked by 5 people

    • willthesuevi says:

      Not being contentious, but I think that is settled law and she will walk.

      I agree with you. If she knew it was classified she should get the same sentence.

      Liked by 1 person

      • GB Bari says:

        So as a nation most everyone (not all) agreed sometime ago that cutting off the source of the drugs was more effective that arresting all the drug users.

        In this I see the media as the source of temptation / payment for classified information (just like foreign spies) and the leakers are the “drug users” who get hooked on the feeling of power they get from “getting over” on their government employer by stealing and giving any the governments secrets.

        Our system doesn’t allow foreign spies off the hook, so neither should it let journalists who accept stolen information and make it public, or worse, use it to concoct false narratives to frame innocent politicians or other government employees. Whatever “settled law” allows his, it’s wrong. Just. Plain. Wrong. This has NOTHING to do with 1A – freedom of speech.

        IMHO.

        Liked by 2 people

    • Bogeyfree says:

      Agree because if just because you are media there is no pentacle for participating in leaking then the Russians and Chinese should be all over buddying up to MSM.

      A life time get out of jail free card!

      Liked by 5 people

  26. Graham Pink says:

    The arrest in meaningless.
    Getting him in front of a firing squad is when it gets real.

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  27. Orson says:

    So, does this guy get a plea deal that drops everything but lying to the FBI? Oh, wait….different US Attorney. Perhaps justice this time.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. graphiclucidity says:

    Amanda Macias tweet at around 11 a.m., Eastern, this morning:

    Just some hard-working working moms breaking news and Goals!

    Some of the replies are priceless.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. deplorable says:

    What about Wolfe????????

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  30. Magabear says:

    What, NBC affiliated reporters lack moral virtues? 😳

    Shocked I am, just shocked. 🙄

    Knowing that there are many Mr. Frese’s weaved into the fabric of the deep state, it’s no suprise all this whistleblower nonsense is going on.

    Liked by 3 people

  31. 2Alpha says:

    😏As Judge Judy would say, “This person is being controlled by one organ of his body and it’s not the one above his shoulders!”…😂😂😂

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  32. littleanniefannie says:

    Bubba and Monica, Wolfe and Ali, now Potty Mouth and Kube/Macias. Birds of a feather do what Kyle said together!

    Liked by 1 person

  33. Landonk says:

    Does the me too movement have a pilucy on sleeping with people for source material? Asking for a friend.

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  34. Katie says:

    First, this man’s twitter and the responses he is getting after this broke today are hilarious.

    It seems like so many female journalists are doing this now – sleeping to get the story – whether that story is completely fake or not. I have to wonder where they went to journalism school.

    I went to journalism school at Marquette and I NEVER had the lesson of “How to Sleep with Your Sources.” I must have missed that one in the course catalog.

    Has this always been going on and I’ve just been ridiculously naive?

    (I’ve been trying to post comments on this site over the past few weeks, but they never show up. Fingers crossed for this one!)

    Liked by 3 people

  35. mtk says:

    A U.S. counterterrorism analyst was arrested at the Defense Intelligence Agency where he worked on charges related to alleged leaks…

    Reminds me of the scene from “Departed” where Matt is telling Nicholson, “He has to find himself, to which Nicholson says, “My bet is you don’t find squat”

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  36. Big Dan says:

    He’ll be leaking something else in the slammer

    Liked by 1 person

  37. RUMORED QUOTE FROM KYLE FRESE

    ” I DIDN DEW NUFFIN “. ethical journalist dudes never lie.

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  38. Bogeyfree says:

    No one is presenting this angle but what if they busted him to rat out other leakers within DNI and/or learn their system of communications?

    Is a 30 year old really just a lone wolf? The real question is did someone order him to leak and was he part of any team?

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  39. iswhatitis says:

    From the “clean cut fresh boy” looks of him, he’s going to be picking up the soap quite often when he gets to the big house.

    Liked by 1 person

  40. Cocoon says:

    Is it now a trend where young females journalists offer sex for info to male government employees?
    How does woman’s movement feel about that?

    Liked by 1 person

    • trialbytruth says:

      I want to know do you still get real sex if the leaks are fake.

      Do I have to be a real government employee or can I just hang out in trendy Washington bars.

      I obviously don’t have to be young and good looking,

      If I wear the hat from Spy vs Spy will I get more dates?

      I am just looking at retirement locations and perks.

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    • trialbytruth says:

      I want to know do you still get real sex if the leaks are fake.

      Do I have to be a real government employee or can I just hang out in trendy Washington bars.

      I obviously don’t have to be young and good looking,

      If I wear the hat from Spy vs Spy will I get more dates?

      I am just looking at retirement locations and perks.

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  41. Zorro says:

    Any comments from Senators Burr and Warner?

    Liked by 2 people

  42. Mncpo(ret) says:

    These folks are low hanging fruit from the poison tree. He was arrested to put the fear of God in the higher ups and their 4th column buddies.

    It’s almost too easy when the ties/graft is absolutely everywhere.

    Maybe we’re being prepped for bigger things, just thinkin.

    Get the population of non-awakened folks realize that there is a problem with what they watch every night on MSM and the truth.

    Liked by 2 people

  43. f2000 says:

    Seeing elsewhere that the guys twitter account follows was an interesting bunch. 170ish follows with ~20 journos. The rest was folks like Evelyn Farcas. Would not be surprised to find out this guy is Antifa.

    Liked by 1 person

  44. ruckustom says:

    Sheez. With American honey pots like we’ve got, who needs Russian honey pots? By the way, what kind of background checks are given these days for federal employees who (will) have access to classified information?

    Liked by 2 people

  45. nuthinmuffin says:

    so what about the reporters…do they get charged or do they “cute” their way out of trouble?

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  46. Chump Change says:

    If you replace “Kyle Frese” with “Hillary Clinton”, the same charges would apply.

    Why is Kyle getting 100 years and Hillary is still enjoying her walks in the woods with Satan?

    Liked by 1 person

  47. Republicanvet91 says:

    How the hell is it such rocket surgeons get hired into such sensitive positions?

    Snowden? Bradley Manning? Reality Winner and now this chump?

    Frese is originally from Berwyn, Pennsylvania.

    I pulled guard duty for quite some time until my clearance was approved, and it was nowhere near the level of this guys.

    Hired in January 2017, living with his squeeze from August 2017 through August 2018, yet he is just now arrested?

    An article was reported and published by Macias in May 2018 about Chinese missiles, yet both bimbos were still reporting based on classified leaks in July 2019, and nobody connected her to her BFF?

    Are they all too damn busy collecting diary entries about phone conversations and writing rumorblower complaints? Should the spies have to hang a neon sign around their necks to get anyone to notice? Hell he was promoting Macias reporting on his own twitter account, and NOBODY noticed?

    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/china/chinese-military-conducts-anti-ship-missile-tests-hotly-contested-south-n1025456

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  48. PMadison says:

    Looking at it from Mr. Frese’s perspective, you’ve gotta be wondering what he did wrong to get picked out from the crowd of deep state leakers. What, do they flip a coin to decide which ones to prosecute?

    Liked by 1 person

  49. gilfavor says:

    I’m sure the lovely Ms. Macias will want to continue the relationship with the viral Mr Frese, after his incarceration. Thru the USPS mail delivery system. . . .

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