Wolfe 2.0 With Different Ending – Defense Intel Agency Employee Pleads Guilty: Leaking to Journalist Girlfriend…

In 2017 SSCI Security Director James Wolfe was caught leaking Top Secret Classified information, the Page FISA application, to his journalist girlfriend. In late 2018 the SSCI intelligence breech was covered-up by DAG Rod Rosenstein and DC Attorney Jessie Liu.

In 2019 Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) employee, Henry Kyle Frese, was caught leaking Top Secret classified intelligence to his journalist girlfriend.  In 2020 he pleads guilty to the charges:

[Via DOJ] – An employee of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) pleaded guilty today to charges related to his disclosure of classified national defense information (NDI) to two journalists in 2018 and 2019.

[…] According to court documents, Henry Kyle Frese, 31, of Alexandria, was employed by DIA as a counterterrorism analyst from February 2018 to October 2019, and held a Top Secret//Sensitive Compartmented Information security clearance.

United States government agencies have confirmed that in the spring and summer of 2018, News Outlet 1 published eight articles, all authored by the same journalist (Journalist 1) [Amanda Macias, CNBC ] that contained classified NDI that related to the capabilities of certain foreign countries’ weapons systems. These articles contained classified intelligence from five intelligence reports (the Compromised Intelligence Reports) made available to appropriately cleared recipients in the first half of 2018.

The topic of all of these initial five Compromised Intelligence Reports – foreign countries’ weapons systems – was outside the scope of Frese’s job duties as an analyst covering CT topics. The media articles, and the intelligence reporting from which they were derived, both contained information that is classified up to the TS//SCI level, indicating that its unauthorized disclosure could reasonably be expected to result in exceptionally grave damage to the national security. The intelligence reporting was marked as such.

According to court documents, Frese and Journalist 1 lived together at the same residential address from January 2018 to November 2018.

Throughout 2018 and 2019, Frese and Journalist 1 “followed” each other on Twitter, and on at least two occasions Frese re-Tweeted Journalist 1’s Tweets announcing the publications of articles containing NDI classified at the Top Secret level.

In or about April of 2018, Journalist 1 introduced Frese to a second journalist (Journalist 2) [Courtney Kube from NBC]. Subsequently, Frese began texting and speaking with Journalist 2 by telephone. Between mid-2018 and late September 2019, Frese orally transmitted NDI classified at the Top Secret level to Journalist 1 on 12 separate occasions, and orally transmitted NDI classified at the Secret level to Journalist 1 on at least four occasions.

Frese knew the information was classified at the Secret and Top Secret levels because the intelligence products from which he had learned the classified information had visible classification markings as to the classification level of the information, and the intelligence products accessed by Frese were stored on secure, classified government information systems.  (read more)

Imagine how different things would be today if James Wolfe had been prosecuted for his leaks in 2018.

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135 Responses to Wolfe 2.0 With Different Ending – Defense Intel Agency Employee Pleads Guilty: Leaking to Journalist Girlfriend…

  1. Elric VIII says:

    Well, Senator Lankford just escaped the SSCI. Who is next, or will the rest of them go down with the ship? Public information currently available has put a hole below their waterline. It won’t be long before the decks are awash. All of their bailing won’t keep the SSCI afloat forever.

    Liked by 35 people

    • sundance says:

      Lord I hope you’re right. We’ve been outlining the SSCI issues for almost a decade.

      Liked by 55 people

      • sickconservative says:

        We all are at this point something has to happen now.

        Liked by 5 people

      • Niagara Frontier says:

        Sundance, a serious question. How could the SSCI go down without also taking with them most of the Gang of Eight members, past and present? Talk about setting the sights high.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Dutchman says:

          From your typed words, to Gods eyes,N.F.
          The gang of eight, minus Nunes was aware of, and supported the ‘operation zero footprint’in Benghazi, and the previous,still unnamed operation in syria.
          An operation that put sophisticated U.S. weopons in the hands of Al Queda in afcrapistan, which were used to kill American personelle.
          Because Republicon leadership were complicit, they couldn’t truly “get to the bottom of it”, but there,was too much info in the public domain, hence first the coverup with the internet film, then the Benghazi hearings in the,House, to “investigate to exhonerate”.

          Remember, they felt JUST like the,IRS/Tea Party hearings, and obviously it was REPUBLICONS in leadership positions, who had a vested interest in stopping the IRS from primarying well, THEM.

          And, before that we have Fast/Furious, where Obama admin was supplying high powered weopons to drug cartels, in order to use the,resulting violence, and pleas from Mexican govt. to justify an unconstitutional executive order by Obama to infringe on 2A.

          And again, Republicons invedtigate to exhonerate. Gee, do you suppose all these scandals were handled the same way, for the same reason?

          And then we have the coup, where Republicons are all in front of the cameras, singing “Mueller is honorable man, his investigation MUST continue!”

          Continueing Mueller investigation is sending Roger Stone to prison, after destoying his family. Ditto Flynn, Cohen, Manafort,…and Republicons in Senate are doing NOTHING, but praising the honor of Mueller,…..
          Because they were willing participants in all these schemes, INCLUDING the Muh Russia coup attempt.

          It is the Republicons in the,Senate, that are the dark, dank, twisted heart or center of the Swamp, and that nest MUST be cleared out.

          Expose, true nature,..happening, day by day.

          With exposure, comes DISCREDITING, and as they lose credibility, PDJT GAINS it.

          With Credibilty goes POWER, to influence public opinion and events.

          He’s done it to MSM,…

          He’s done it to Democrats,…

          He’s done it to deep state,…

          And, he’s doing it to Senate Republicons,..

          It takes TIME. It takes infinite patience.
          But it is devastatingly effective.

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          • Les D says:

            Dutchman, liked it.

            I don’t like that none of our wishes for the worst and only for the worst of the 100 members of “The Most Exclusive Club in the World” will happen. Like SD opined in his lengthy piece 4? days ago, our Institutions can’t handle the scenario if the Branches started warring, his prediction was sedition may follow.

            The drums are beating but I think each branch will circle their wagons and wait it out. I only hope they throw us a few scalps, like Brennan et al, and Comey et al, the rest of those names we know better then our cousins names by now. I’d settle for that.

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            • Dutchman says:

              Recall PDJT’s ‘carrot and stick’ interview, quite quite awhile ago?
              “If the Dems want to work with me, we can get a lot done: infrastructure, etc.
              But, if they continue with this resistance stuff, I will hit them harder than anyones ever been hit!” (Paraphrasing).
              That was the first time I recall him saying that while he didn’t WANT to, he COULD legally take direct control of the DOJ.
              Didn’t hear him mention it again, until recently when he has said it, more than once.
              He already HAS a lot of inherent authority over the DOJ; ALL the Federal prosecutors are appointees, and work ‘at the pleasure of the POTUS’. He COULD Fire ALL of them, tomorrow if he chose.

              Beyond that, WHAT does the A.G. actually DO? The A.G. does NOT prosecute cases, nor even directly supervise prosecutors; he sets POLICY.
              This IS a ‘big thing’.
              During Obummer years, the policy was that “felony gun possesion” cases were LOW priority.
              So, when a Felon was caught in possesion of a gun, by local LE, they would arrest, book in jail, and then call Federal prosecutors, who would check if there were outstanding federal warrants, if not they would decline to prosecute.
              And local LE would release, as felony gun possesion is a FEDERAL crime.
              When Sessions took over, one of his first acts was to advise all Federal Prosecutors that felony gun possesion was a HIGH priority, basically ALWAYS prosecute.

              Makes a heck of a difference, especially in high crime, gang infested areas, where gang bangers, convicted felons, had little fear of being caught with a gun.

              So, POLICY IS IMPORTANT, and the AG sets policy. In addition, problems or issues that can’t be solved at lower levels, are bumped up to the AG. Just like in any organisation. The CEO isn’t involved, if the janitor runs out of ajax.
              He sets policy, and only the most serious or intractable issues are brought to him.
              Barr said as much, in his interview.

              Point I am making, is PDJT could ‘take over’, and act as A.G. (in effect) without it taking up an inordinate amount of his time.

              He COULD fire all the Federal Prosecutors, but some might be Rudys or Sidneys. He could screen, and make some changes, however.
              Beyond that, he could (and probably already HAS) set policy.
              In addition to felony possesion, making human traffiking a major priority, etc.
              Anyway, I THINK this MAY be what he is ‘gearing up’ for, perhaps before but more likely after November.

              He has actually gotten quite involved with criminal justice already, and he is a “quick study”.

              THEY will go bonkers, but they are,already bonkers. They will call him a tyrant,…but they already call him one.
              They will threaten to impeach, for Obstruction of Justice,….but they already HAVE.
              I also think/hope this move with Grinell and Patel, is an opening move to releasing the Kraken of Declass, as it would somewhat pave the way for directly ‘taking over’ the DOJ.
              Anyway, thats what I’ma thinking.

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              • Jan says:

                Dutchman: You speak volumes. One thing I would point out: it is only the U.S. Attorneys who are appointed. The rest of the staff is hired by the little god that hires only Dimms who will not prosecute ANYONE connected with a Democrat. Otherwise, you are spot on!!

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                • Dutchman says:

                  Yeah, couldn’t remember the TERM; U.S. Attorneys, said Fed prosecutors.
                  “Listen to what I MEAN, not what I say, dammit!” My Dear old Dad used to say, lol.
                  Thanks for clarifying.

                  Policy is important. Perhaps make a rule these staff personelle have to oh, I don’t know,…transfer to another office, every year for 5 years.

                  Something like what Mueller did at FBI, with his 5 and out, which had the effect of purging many experienced agents, would be a,way to deal with these staff embeds?

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          • Issy says:

            You are absolutely right. The congressional hearings are nothing but cover ups, and it is galling this is what they pass off as work. I must be a slow learner because I didn’t catch on until the Benghazi Hearing.

            We know this, but just what are we supposed to do? We have to vote for someone. Being reelected is validation to these politicians that they are beloved and trusted by the people as they merrily continue with their betrayals.

            Liked by 1 person

            • Dutchman says:

              “What are we to do?”
              More than simply vote, or rage and throw things at the T.V

              Become ENGAGED; Join your local Republican party, and attend the meetings. Do not wear your worldview on your sleeve. Be affable, friendly but seek to detirmine others views, while not being outspoken about your own.
              Detirmine if your precinct captain, county and State party chairs are truly MAGA, or NeverTrumpers and Rinos.

              ALSO consider joining on of the “***** for Trump” groups, established by the,Trump campaign. Women for Trump, Hispanics for,… you know.

              Here, you can find like minded individuals. If your information gathering mission detirmines that your local and State Republican party is run by nevertrump rinos, and on average only 20 people show up at the monthly meetings, organise an insurgency.

              I know many take pride in being registered “Independant”, and I well understand disgust with the RNC/GOPe, however,….
              “Decisions are made, by those who show up”.

              If you can register say, 200 deplorables, and go to the next meeting, you can VOTE OUT the leadership. This is a simplistic explanation, but it is how “Grass roots activism” works, and its how the RepubliCAN party was formed, and eventually displaced the Whigs.
              We need to wrest control of the RNC away from state parties, rife with those who are profiting from their positions or are stuck in old ways of thinking.

              It requires WORK. But anything worthwhile requires some effort.

              Liked by 3 people

          • J says:

            It has become generally accepted among a large percentage of the electorate that the Dem tyrants, with the aid of the MSM and deep state operatives, have perpetrated a coup against a legally elected and very legitimate President. I think the next step in the psyop portion of draining the swamp needs to be to get the knowledge of the Republicans complicity in this scheme into the public consciousness.

            The Uniparty and its role in the coup and criminality must be outted. This isnt a crime committed by one political party against another, but a crime committed by the entirety of our government against the People.


            • Dutchman says:

              Perfectly stated, J.
              It IS happening, already. Exposure is a gradual process, its not overnight.
              It starts with people paying greater attention, NOT being the brainless rubes the elitists think we are.
              And then, its mostly the increased scrutiny on THEIR behavior; in effect they “OUT” themselves.
              Look at Lindsey for an example.
              He thinks that we don’t notice the disconnect between his words, and his actions, but he’s,wrong.
              They think we don’t notice its the Republicons, led by McConnell, who have used a bottled up confirmation process, to saddle PDJT with an administration of Traitors.

              It is THEY who gave PDJT Tillerson, Mattis, etc. telling him “THIS person can ‘get confirmed’ but not this one.

              Ratcliff exposed how the process worked, and PDJT’s next move is, I suspect going to be to nominate someone for ODNI that is super qualified, but that McConnell will never confirm.
              And then another. EXPOSING McConnells perfidy.

              Meanwhile, having his acting Grinnell, with Patel start digging up the bodies.

              Complicated business, folks!
              He warned them if they went down this road, he would hit them harder than anyones ever been hit.

              Liked by 2 people

      • MelH says:

        Sudance, where do you get the count on Likes that you publish with your ID, lately? Just curious.

        Liked by 1 person

    • Risa says:

      Isn’t Lankford currently working on amnesty for illegals? Priorities (for his Koch donors, not priorities for Oklahomans).

      Liked by 9 people

    • Jan says:

      They replaced Lankford with never-Trumper Ben Sasse. Looks to me like it goes on..

      Liked by 11 people

    • coldanger says:

      Lankford is my senator. While I am impressed he left the debauched SSCI, he’d really be a hero if he turned in the crooks. Running away from evil doesn’t slow it down…

      Liked by 11 people

      • Wisc says:

        Serious question: do Washington types who want to do the right thing stop short because they fear for their lives and the lives of their families? I hope DOJ addresses this aspect of the coup.

        Liked by 2 people

        • coldanger says:

          It’s absolutely fear imo, certainly of attemptingto ruin them. They’ve seen what the dems have done to good people like Kavanaugh and Trump. That said, it takes a special courage to stand up and point out the corruption and those guilty of it. There are very few good men who have done so. Thank G-d Trump is one of them…


    • Dan says:

      But this was not politically motivated, right?

      Liked by 1 person

  2. Streak 264 says:

    Claim whistle blower status and you walk.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. zekness says:

    apparently leaking for the right people AND conspiring with them does the trick..

    we will revisit this contrast again with assange….publisher or spy/espionage? hacker or journalist.?

    Liked by 6 people

    • bertdilbert says:

      in the old days job applications would ask if you were a member of the communist party. Since democrats are part of “the resistance”, they should allow that back on job applications and make democrat a disqualifier..

      Liked by 2 people

      • zekness says:

        I don’t hire them…I know I am not alone. I will find more “qualified” employees and contractors. I don’t trust the judgement or the loyalty to the business..and quite frankly, over the years bleeding heart liberal democrats make up the highest percentage of complaints, suits, and otherwise a horrible workplace environment with rabid non-normal behavior that annoys the Sh$t out of everyone around them….and represent a much higher percentage of drug users…no pun intended.

        Liked by 2 people

        • bertdilbert says:

          Democrat: A waiter or waitress who feels entitled to a 20% tip, regardless of the level of service, personality or attitude they provide.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Jan says:

            And a minimum $15/hour wage. In 1978, I had a bartending job that paid me $2.97/hour (plus tips–which the IRS wasn’t monitoring). And I’m a whole lot smarter than AOC, the rest of the squad, Buttegig, Warren, Sanders, Bloomberg and anyone else in the Communist party.

            And having owned a fast food business after I got fed up with lawyers/law practice, I can truthfully say that no one who constantly communicates on their cell phone, to the detriment of the customer or getting tasks done, is worth 2 cents/hr., let alone $15/hr.

            Liked by 2 people

            • stakan says:

              At our middle school there is a standing rule, keep cell phones out of sight, in backpacks, etc., during instruction.

              Can companies set “no cell phone” policies except during breaks or lunch, or has this been challenged in court?


  4. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “An employee of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) pleaded guilty today to charges related to his disclosure of classified national defense information (NDI) to two journalists in 2018 and 2019.”

    No mention of any sentencing recommendation

    Liked by 9 people

  5. dcnnc says:

    His conviction wouldn’t compromise the SSCI or larger coup team/institution, hence the difference.

    Liked by 9 people

  6. WES says:

    Monkey See. Monkey Do!

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Joshua2415 says:

    So I guess it’s pretty safe for us to assume that this Frese guy is a registered republican.

    Liked by 3 people

  8. calbear84 says:

    CIA, FBI, DIA all corrupt to the core. Full of Obama Soy Boys and true believers. Good luck to acting DNI Grenell in cleaning out this mess.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Publius2016 says:

    Honey trap? she’s off the hook while Assange rots in British prison

    Liked by 5 people

  10. frank field says:

    Drain it! Niiiiiice.

    Trump for Rushmore 🇺🇸🕶

    Liked by 2 people

  11. Grassleysgirl/Breitbartista says:

    SnowdenWannabe actually Snowflake🐀

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “In or about April of 2018, Journalist 1 introduced Frese to a second journalist (Journalist 2) [Courtney Kube from NBC]. Subsequently, Frese began texting and speaking with Journalist 2 by telephone.”

    Now why would presstitute #1 want her BF to start “something” with presstitute #2?

    Liked by 5 people

  13. JAPPY says:

    looks kosher

    Liked by 1 person

  14. cheering4america says:

    Clearly he doesn’t have the goods to take down the Big Wigs with him, so, no need for him to be protected.

    I hope he gets the whole 10 years and then actually has to serve it.

    Liked by 6 people

  15. Bogeyfree says:

    So if lying is 40 months what is leaking top secret information?

    Liked by 10 people

  16. hillariousclinton says:

    Probably will be sentenced to two months, like Wolfe. Hello Roger Stone….

    Liked by 2 people

  17. alliwantissometruth says:

    “So if lying is 40 months what is leaking top secret information?”

    Well that depends. Is the leaker a democrat or republican?

    Liked by 5 people

  18. saywhat64 says:

    It pays to have friends in high places. Especially if they are also guilty as hell.

    Liked by 5 people

  19. Bogeyfree says:

    I heard Amy Bergman Jackson has already been assigned the case!/sarc.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Les D says:

      He was prosecuted in Virginia Fed Ct, much smaller version of the “Jackson Hole” DC Fed Ct.
      What hasn’t emerged is motive. Only two possible, political or Happy Endings.


  20. MJJ says:

    They did it before….This is very similar to what CIA Director General David Howell Petraeus reportedly began an affair with Paula Broadwell, principal author of his biography, All In: The Education of General David Petraeus, after Petraeus left his ISAF command on July 18, 2011, to become CIA director. The FBI & DOJ recommended bringing felony charges against Petraeus for providing Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information (SSCI) classified information to Broadwell. Petraeus denied the allegations and was reported to have had no interest in a plea deal. However, later in March 2015 the DOJ announced that Petraeus agreed to plead guilty in federal court to a charge of unauthorized removal and retention of classified information.

    The DOJ Plea Agreement Statement of Facts filed accordingly, rather than transmit emails to each other’s inbox, which would have left a more obvious email trail, Petraeus and Broadwell left messages in a draft folder and the draft messages were then read by the other person when they logged into the same account. Petraeus also stated that he had provided Broadwell access to documents containing Top SSCI, had later moved those documents to his personal residence and stored them in an unsecured drawer, and had deliberately and intentionally lied to FBI about both providing Broadwell access to the documents and their improper storage for her Books and Media. These facts were acknowledged to be true by Petraeus as part of his plea agreement.

    US Attorney General Eric Holder was aware that the FBI had discovered the affair, it was not until much later, that Petraeus’s nominal superior, DNI James R. Clapper, was advised. That same evening Clapper called Petraeus and urged him to resign. Clapper notified the White House, President Obama summoned Petraeus to the White House where Petraeus offered his CIA Director resignation. Eventually, Petraeus pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of mishandling the classified information that he provided to his mistress and biographer? In April 2015, a federal judge sentenced Petraeus to two years probation plus a fine of $100,000. The fine was more than double the amount the DOJ Prosecutors had requested?


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  21. mortgagesforthemasses says:

    He’ll get four months. Hiis forehead will get four years.

    Liked by 1 person

  22. Merkin Muffley says:

    Yes, but who was leaking against Trump? That’s what makes the difference.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Bogeyfree says:

    I wonder who this guy will name drop to call as a witness.

    The play book never changes.

    Liked by 1 person

  24. Genie says:

    The DOJ press release attempts to manage our expectations: “Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties.”

    Liked by 2 people

  25. SSI01 says:

    Here’s a chance for Trump’s DOJ to show how these things SHOULD be handled.

    Say goodbye for 30 years, kid!!! And your journalist girlfriend, too!

    Liked by 3 people

    • Parrot says:

      Silly boy….its not Trump’s DoJ.
      The Admin State own it lock stock and barrel.
      It’s the Deepies ultimate insurance policy, ie. it doesn’t matter what you did, if the DoJ won’t prosecute, it never happened. Ask McCabe.

      Liked by 2 people


    (Washington, DC) The Amalgamated My Pet Russian Stool Pigeon and Intel Workers Local #305 has filed a Labor Board grievance against the US Intelligence Community. “We were all promised permanent jobs when Hillary won, “said union spokesman Boris Badanov, “but nobody ever calls any more. All the guys we worked for now have jobs at MSNBC and CNN, while we’re sitting in the basement waiting for another Nellie Ohr shortwave message that never comes.”

    The federal employee union represents thousands of Russian informants who worked for the government to frame Donald Trump, his campaign and then his administration. Noted union members include Maria Veselnitskya, sent by Loretta Lynch and Fusion GPS to frame the Trumps, Maria Butina, sent by Peter Strzok to frame the NRA and Gennadiy Vasilievich Vostretsov, sent by the FBI to frame Roger Stone. Also Joseph Misfud, sent by John Brennan to frame George Popadoupolous. Although not a Russian, Mifsud’s funny name sounds Russian-ish for government informant-work. Also Carter Pageinski, sent by the FBI to spy on himself.

    “We just want to go back to work for the Intelligence Community and do our patriotic duty by framing Americans like Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard and the few remaining Republicans we didn’t get to in 2016, ” said Badanov, without evidence.

    Manufactured News Network: “Now Open For Bidding!”

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  27. Beigun says:

    At some point, a majority will realize that “Intel” is a far second-fiddle on the pecking order of the National Command Authority. And so has it been since time immemorial, the Commander is the Boss, but it is spelled out with US law for NCA. All Agencies are subordinate to the NCA, and the head of the NCA is POTUS. By law. Pecking order is well defined. IC is not in the top ten for a reason.

    Command authority does not submit to “Intel” as the ultimate sovereign of the State unless that State is an authoritarian Dictatorship.

    What a spectacle to see Brennan plead that the “Intel” of “Russian influence” is above the Commander in Chief and belongs to Congress. What chain of command is this that Brennan refers to? The chain of command for Sedition? The Brennan “Banquet of Sedition” with a stench that carries far and wide, corrupting all that inhale the dream of power usurped.

    Liked by 4 people

    • IGiveUp says:

      In the long run facts matter. In the short run they don’t. What do Dem voters care about the legitimate chain of command?

      Do you think the Dem candidates for President, and Brennan, are confused about what the chain of command is?

      Liked by 1 person

  28. TreeClimber says:

    In an effort to read all the comments before I post, I now leave and re-load the article after reading it. Trying to follow the rules here. 😅

    So, is this a hopeful sign? Or just another guppy while the sharks swim away?

    Liked by 1 person

  29. robert van brunt says:

    Everybody knows the “C” on the documents means copyright

    Liked by 2 people

  30. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Frese got a new “leaker” and was “orally transmitting” stuff to her?

    Liked by 1 person

  31. California Joe says:

    So, the $1 million question! Why weren’t these two journalists prosecuted like Assange? Why wasn’t The New York Times and Washington Post prosecuted for their roles in publishing classified documents and information which they damn well knew was leaked to them illegally? Would make an interesting article by SunDance. No?

    Liked by 5 people

    • trialbytruth says:

      Here is the excuse for going after assage. The claim is he was helping manning breach security codes to get access to data. All i have seen is a weak discussion qouteing manning that he is still trying to get acesss.

      Liked by 1 person

  32. 4EDouglas says:

    You know I spent seven years working for a Defense contractor-i Security clearance, background check paperwork (like the GSA 312 form) .I took my job deadly seriously. I cannot believe the abundance of unpatriotic, honey pot oriented , fools tha tare in both the military and the government.!!!
    Granted I was a Pilot/courier, but I saw and heard much and kept it quiet…
    still do…
    This “Get Trump” carp will get US too if not stopped..

    Liked by 4 people

    • Rami says:

      During WW2, my grandfather worked at Oak Ridge on the Manhattan Project. As kids, we were both proud and curious about his working there on one of the most important projects in American history. We ask him about his role and we were shot down quickly. He explained his job was secret and he had taken an oath to never reveal anything about the location, not to mention the project. Although the history of Oak Ridge and the Manhattan Project have been the subject of books and documentaries he still refused to discuss.
      The oaths taken to guard National Security mean little to, too many these days.

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  33. T2020 says:

    These liberals leak more than an intact dog.

    Liked by 1 person

  34. Parrot says:

    Power is being able to decide who to prosecute and who not to prosecute for the same crime.
    Deep Power is being able to decide who to give no sentence to and who to give 10 years to for exactly the same crime.

    Liked by 2 people

  35. Cosmonaut Gagarin says:

    In mother Russia this man is like herring without potatos.
    Bernie will teach him:)

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Another example of journalism by vagina.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Strangely Accurate says:

      Really quite shocking that these journalists’ employers still keep them employed. Common sense should tell them to fire these women… their credibility could never be trusted again.

      Liked by 1 person

  37. ezgoer says:

    Who is going to prosecute any of these Deep State crimes? Nobody. The entire DOJ comprised of activist partisan Democrats. Barr can’t do anything even if he wants to.

    Liked by 2 people

  38. Pegon Zellschmidt says:

    Guilty. 40 hours of community service working to reelect Mitt Romney.

    Liked by 1 person

  39. Jim S. says:

    I’ve followed this case. If one takes a look at her Twitter feed:
    (She just went on vacation out of the country, to France. She was briefly suspended by CNBC when he was arrested.)
    1. Her father appears to be retired Army (warrant officer?).
    2. She’s a CNBC military reporter and is very, very pro-military.
    3. She looks like a real (naive, innocent) sweetheart.
    4. There is a pic with her and her boyfriend and another military couple.
    5. She lived with the guy for 10-11 months.
    1. She asked him to leak for her and to continue to leak for her after they apparently broke up. He said he’d do it if it helped her career.
    2. She asked him to leak for another reporter (NBC?).
    3. He was leaking to others besides these two reporters. Someone outside the U.S.
    4. He has a very anti-Trump Twitter feed (which is now closed to outsiders).
    5. He was very careless and stupid. These “intelligence” operatives really aren’t that intelligent or tech savvy. He used his own cell phone to contact both reporters. He liked his girlfriends tweets / articles that were about the information he leaked to her! Jeesh. I mean really, how difficult was it for them to figure out who did this?

    In the end, she sold her soul for her career. She let her father down. She let the military down and her nation. Her (ex) boyfriend is going to be Bubba’s lover in prison. All for what? To climb the latter?

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  40. Johnny Dollar says:

    10 years max per count against him.
    He has two counts against him so max prison time 20 years.
    Sentencing in June.

    Looks like he’s going to be made an example of.

    Probably a lonely dude lookin for love, unaware of the love of Christ. Kinda feel sorry for the guy.

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  41. Julia Adams says:

    Frese pleaded guilty to the willful transmission of Top Secret national defense information, and faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison when sentenced on June 18, 2020, at 9:30 am.

    Actual sentences for federal crimes are typically less than the maximum penalties.

    A federal district court judge will determine any sentence after taking into account the U.S. Sentencing Guidelines and other statutory factors.

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  42. samwise163 says:

    Imagine if we had an honest DOJ.
    Imagine if Jeff Sessions was never AG.
    Imagine if Rod Rosenstein wasn’t a rat traitor.
    Imagine if President Trump declassified the list from SD.
    Imagine if Comey was fired on day 1.
    Imagine if Wray was canned on day 1.
    The list goes on in perpetuity….

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  43. Rami says:

    So…what is to happen to the 2 young Mata Hari wanna be’s? Pretty obvious they were fully aware they were dealing in top secret government materials? They too should be prosecuted. Ethel Rosenberg was executed, some say, for simply typing up documents as her husband, Julius had crappy hand writing.
    I assure you that if some of these young journalists are indicted and prosecuted the others will think twice about about following suit.

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  44. Jorizabeth says:

    What’s NBC’s part in this and why aren’t they held responsible? She worked for them.

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  45. freepetta says:

    Burr and his girlfriend Warner are the sleaziest Senators in the bunch may I add Schumer is in the running.
    Maybe we can get an intelligence committee with some scruples.
    But I doubt it!!

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  46. zekness says:

    guys not connected or well known, doesn’t work for the right high profile players…will never get a book deal.

    there are the factors that determine if you get justice for a real crime, or you magically get coated with teflon.


    justice in america is abysmal.

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  47. mtk says:

    I have this from a very good sauce…
    The leaked material was about Russia’s top secret weapons program on mind control devices.

    You know the weapon system of many channels and dials with lots of buttons and keys. The massive radio wave brain nuking device that sits in Putin’s office and is regularly deployed against Western targets to do his biding.

    It has to be the most effective weapon the Russians have deployed against journalists, DC Federal govt employees and politicians. So much so… that the general public’s massive awareness that the corrupt DC swamp got caught with it hand in the cookie jar trying to over throw a President is JUST another sign that Putin just up’ped wattage output of the device. Because everyone in the DC gossip circles knows wearing tinfoil is the only sure fire way to prevent the effects of Putin’s mind control death ray.
    It is the only explaination why they keep saying Russia, Russia, Russia. It is because they have their tinfoil on. Come on, don’t you see.
    No, then start wearing tinfoil hats. Then you too , “Will stop seeing our own home grown corruption and see it clearly for what it is… Russia, Russia OrangeMan Bad Russia Russia.

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  48. MitchRyderDetroitWheels says:

    And you can bet his girlfriend is going to be there for him while he is in the slammer

    Just another victim of the little soldier in the purple helmet


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