Homosexual Airman Who Leaked Files Is Indicted on Charges of Mishandling Secrets
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Secret Papers
2023-06-16 08:24:04 UTC
No homosexual can ever be trusted. They should all be executed as
soon as they announce their disgusting behavior. The Air Farce
officers who knew about this should be executed for dereliction of
WASHINGTON — A federal grand jury on Thursday indicted Jack Teixeira, a
Massachusetts Air National Guardsman who posted dozens of secret
intelligence reports and other sensitive documents on a social media
server, on six counts of retaining and transmitting classified national
defense information.

The filing of criminal charges in Boston federal court against Airman
Teixeira, 21, comes about two months after F.B.I. agents arrested him at
his home in North Dighton, Mass., and paves the way for a trial stemming
from one of the most damaging national security leaks in recent history.
If convicted, he could face up to 60 years in prison.

The evidence presented in the 10-page indictment represents a
distillation of the immense trove of secrets Airman Teixeira is accused
of taking from computers at an intelligence unit at the Cape Cod air
base — and sharing with online friends he was hoping to impress in chat
groups on Discord, a social media platform popular with gamers. But it
was not immediately clear how many of the vaguely described incidents
that underlie the charges had been previously disclosed and which ones
were being made public for the first time.

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Airman Teixeira’s disclosures — exposing secrets of the United States,
its allies and its adversaries — have bared rifts between the United
States and its allies and given Russia information about
intelligence-gathering methods, as news organizations have divulged some
of the material. And Justice Department lawyers have said the extent of
the information he leaked “far exceeds what has been publicly

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland accused Airman Teixeira on Thursday
of violating his oath to safeguard national security and said the
leaking of the material was likely to have caused “exceptionally grave
damage to national security.”

Airman Teixeira’s lawyer did not immediately respond to a request for

The indictment follows a preliminary criminal complaint, which detailed
how Airman Teixeira, a young tech worker who had obtained a high-level
security clearance, got away for months with posting classified
information online under the noses of his Air Force superiors before
being caught. The evidence in the indictment represents a refinement of
the potential charges laid out in that complaint.

The indictment said Airman Teixeira mishandled documents including a
report on the hacking of an unnamed U.S. company’s accounts by “a
foreign adversary,” information about the provision and delivery of
military equipment to Ukraine and a highly sensitive report on Russian
and Ukrainian troop movements that might have compromised “classified
sources and methods.” Other documents included details of a foreign plot
to target U.S. troops abroad that described “where and how” an assault
might take place, the indictment said.

Materials posted by Airman Teixeira included files that bore some of the
most highly restricted classification markings, including “sensitive
compartmentalized information” that could be stored and reviewed only in
protected facility.

“The unauthorized removal, retention and transmission of classified
information jeopardizes our nation’s security,” Joshua S. Levy, the
acting U.S. attorney for Massachusetts, said in a statement on Thursday.
“Individuals granted access to classified materials have a fundamental
duty to safeguard the information for the safety of the United States,
our active service members, its citizens and its allies.”

Airman Teixeira has remained in federal custody after prosecutors
presented evidence that he had a history of making violent and racist
threats, had access to an arsenal of weapons and represented a risk of
sharing sensitive information with foreign countries.

The most detailed accounts of his behavior came to light in an memo
filed by the Justice Department’s national security division in arguing
for his indefinite detention in April.

The memo claimed that Airman Teixeira repeatedly tried to obstruct
federal investigators and might still have information that would be of
“tremendous value to hostile nation-states.”

Prosecutors pointedly questioned Airman Teixeira’s overall state of
mind, disclosing that he was suspended from high school in 2018 for
alarming comments about the use of Molotov cocktails and other weapons,
and trawled the internet for information about mass shootings. He
engaged in “regular discussions about violence and murder” on Discord,
the filing said, and he surrounded his bed at his parents’ house with
firearms and tactical gear.

The Justice Department has also documented a series of missteps by the
airman’s superiors.

Air Force officials caught Airman Teixeira taking notes and conducting
deep-dive searches for classified material months before he was charged
with leaking a vast trove of government secrets, but did not remove him
from his job, according to previous filings in the case.

Trump ordered it built
2023-06-16 08:49:14 UTC
Kerry is a fucking traitor. Send him there and use him for target
Anew security deal will see the US station troops and warships in Papua
New Guinea (PNG), adding a pivotal force to take on China should tensions
over Taiwan spiral into conflict.

The 15-year pact adds the country to a growing list of alliances in the
region with the aim of hemming in Beijing's influence.

Last month, Secretary of State Antony Blinken signed the deal in Port
Moresby - the capital of the nearly 180,000 square mile country in the
South Pacific.

Sitting just north of Australia, it could offer the military a crucial
staging ground in a potential fight against China.

"We're deeply invested in the Indo-Pacific because our planet's future is
being written here," Blinken said at the deal's signing.

K. Plimpton
2023-09-24 04:43:50 UTC
*Kerry's non-honorable discharge
There is overwhelming evidence that the Navy gave John Kerry
either a
dishonorable discharge or an undesirable discharge
There is no evidence of that whatever.
Of course Rudy's ignorance is well known. As well known as John
Kerry's undesirable discharge.

"The document is dated February 16, 1978. But Mr. Kerry's military
commitment began with his six-year enlistment contract with the Navy
on February 18, 1966. His commitment should have terminated in 1972.
It is highly unlikely that either the man who at that time was a
Vietnam Veterans Against the War leader, John Kerry, requested or
the Navy accepted an additional six year reserve commitment. And the
Claytor document indicates proceedings to reverse a less than
honorable discharge that took place sometime prior to February

"There are a number of categories of discharges besides honorable.
There are general discharges, medical discharges, bad conduct
discharges, as well as other than honorable and dishonorable
discharges. There is one odd coincidence that gives some weight to
the possibility that Mr. Kerry was dishonorably discharged. Mr.
Kerry has claimed that he lost his medal certificates and that is
why he asked that they be reissued. But when a dishonorable
discharge is issued, all pay benefits, and allowances, and all
medals and honors are revoked as well. And five months after Mr.
Kerry joined the U.S. Senate in 1985, on one single day, June 4, all
of Mr. Kerry's medals were reissued."