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Washington DC and The Holy Land>NYP: Ex-Treasury staffer Natalie Edwards pleads guilty to leaking secrets
Just Passin' By 05:58 PM 01-13-2020
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The former US Treasury Department staffer accused of leaking confidential information to a reporter pleaded guilty Monday to a single count of conspiracy.

Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards admitted before Manhattan federal court Judge Gregory Woods to spilling secrets to a Buzzfeed reporter about the Mueller investigation and probes into Paul Manafort, Rick Gates and Russian agent Maria Butina.

The 41-year-oldís plea comes as she was approaching trial on charges including conspiracy to make unauthorized disclosures between October 2017 and October 2018 while working for the treasury departmentís Financial Crimes Enforcement Network...
https://nypost.com/2020/01/13/ex-tre...aking-secrets/
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LiveSteam 06:02 PM 01-13-2020
One down. How many to go?
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Discuss Thrower 06:04 PM 01-13-2020
PROTECT. THE. WHISTLEBLOWER
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LiveSteam 06:06 PM 01-13-2020
She is protected. She wont go to prison..
Hell,,she'll probably get rich off a book deal and a Go Fund Me account.
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Just Passin' By 07:12 PM 01-13-2020
Also


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U.S. Seeks Three Months Jail for IRS Leaker of Cohenís Bank Records

U.S. prosecutors recommended a three-month prison sentence for a former Internal Revenue Service analyst who pleaded guilty to illegally disclosing suspicious activity reports related to the private banking information of Michael Cohen, the former personal lawyer of President Donald Trump.

John C. Fry, who worked in the IRSís law enforcement arm in San Francisco, shared the data in 2018 with Michael Avenatti, the attorney who was then representing adult actress Stormy Daniels in a legal battle over a hush payment agreement to keep her from disclosing a tryst she says she had with Trump in 2006. Avenatti released the information publicly on his Twitter account in May 2018...
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...n-bank-records


With any luck, the judge will hand down a sentence that's harsher than the recommendation. This guy should be getting years, not months, in jail.
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LiveSteam 08:09 PM 01-13-2020
Wont happen..
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WhawhaWhat 08:31 PM 01-13-2020
Guilty.


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TLO 08:32 PM 01-13-2020
Originally Posted by WhawhaWhat:
Guilty.

LOCK HER UP
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ping2000 09:20 PM 01-13-2020
Fuck these people. Crazy fucking loons.
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Naptown Chief 12:01 AM 01-14-2020
Originally Posted by TLO:
LETHAL INJECTION
ftfy :-)
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ping2000 12:24 AM 01-14-2020
Would . . . Lock her away forever.
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T-post Tom 04:35 AM 01-14-2020




Would! Me like moon pie.
:-)
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BucEyedPea 12:58 PM 01-14-2020
Originally Posted by LiveSteam:
One down. How many to go?
All of the DOJ's progressives and leftists that have infested it.
All of the FBI's leadership, thousands of unnecessary bureaucrats at State Dept when presidents like Reagan and others used a fraction of what is there now. Abolish the CIA and reconstruct it from the ground up and use more open-source intel. Plus we don't need 17 different intel units.
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