The New York Times published interesting facts related to the leak of the Pentagon Papers.
A member of the U.S. Air National Guard accused of leaking classified documents to a small chat group revealed sensitive information to a larger group months earlier than was previously known, a newspaper reported yesterday, citing online records..
In February 2022, shortly after the outbreak of war in Ukraine, the account of Jack Teixeira, a member of the US National Guard, on the social networking site Discord began publishing classified intelligence about the Russian war, the newspaper said. Try an undisclosed chat group. About this before.
The group has about 600 members, he added, adding that the chat room in question is publicly listed on a YouTube channel for video clips and is easy to access..
The Pentagon declined to comment on the new information released by The New York Times..
A 21-year-old member of the US Air National Guard was arrested last week and faces criminal charges for leaking top-secret military intelligence documents online..
The New York Times said newly discovered information on the large chat group included details of Russian and Ukrainian forces killed and wounded, activities of intelligence agencies in Moscow and updates on aid to Ukraine..
The newspaper pointed out that the user claimed to be disseminating information from the National Security Agency, the CIA and other intelligence agencies..
The case is believed to be the most serious breach of US security since more than 700,000 documents, videos and diplomatic cables appeared on WikiLeaks in 2010, and the Pentagon described the leak as a “deliberate criminal act”.
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