Oops, Did She Honestly Think Her Handlers Would Bail Her Out and Pat Her Back

(Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Office via AP)

Despite Reality Winner’s plan to use the ‘pretty, white card’ judge denies bail, and she’s NOT happy in orange

BizPac Review
Frieda Powers
June 9, 2017

NSA leaker Reality Winner was denied bail Thursday as federal prosecutors revealed “downright frightening” evidence and that she may have stolen more classified information.

The 25-year-old government contractor accused of passing on classified material to the press appeared before Judge Brian K. Epps at U.S. District Court in downtown Augusta, Georgia on Thursday in an orange jumpsuit and escorted by two federal marshals, according to the Daily Mail.

Charged with “willful retention and transmission of national defense information,” the Air Force veteran entered a plea of not guilty as she was indicted by a federal grand jury and the judge denied bail.

“We don’t know how much more she knows and can remember,” the prosecution said, concerned that Winner may have removed information from a “top secret computer on a USB drive” which has not been located. “She’s extremely intelligent.”

BREAKING: Alleged NSA leaker Reality Winner denied bail. Prosecution: she also download info from classified computer using thumb drive.

More: I’m denying bail, the judge said he was concerned about what Winner did with that thumb drive, saying: we don’t know where it is.

But even more concerning to prosecutors were Winner’s alleged confession and evidence gathered at her home on Saturday when authorities retrieved four cellphones, two laptops and tablet and handwritten notebooks that painted a dark picture.

Along with multiple doodles of her signature, Winner had written, “I want to burn the White House down… find somewhere in Kurdistan to live. Haha!” in the notebook,  Assistant U.S. Attorney Jennifer Solari told the judge.

The judge was also concerned about Winner’s fascination with the Middle East and Islamic terrorism, as handwritten notes with sympathetic statements on Osama bin Laden and Taliban leader, Mullah Akhtar Mohammad Mansour were found in her home.

Winner faces up to 10 years in prison and $250,000 in fines if found guilty of copying a classified intelligence report and mailing it to a reporter at The Intercept.

Read the complete article HERE.


Seriously, Reality Winner(?)  this has got to be an alias or a deep state operative.  There is no way a name like that was given to a child at birth.

Silly woman…best she hopes she is in solitary confinement for the duration.  She has no idea how many others have suddenly keeled over, does she?

Hope all the evidence including that thumb drive and videos of her interrogation are found and securely held in a vault…

These people do not play games — they eliminate.


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8 Responses to Oops, Did She Honestly Think Her Handlers Would Bail Her Out and Pat Her Back

  1. SafeSpace says:

    There will be more and more examples of this sort of karmic justice in the next several months. We are winning!

    • Uriel says:

      Hoorah. You bet we are! Chipping away is slow but steady work. Rats are already smelling the winds of their demise.

  2. Hadenoughalready says:

    She needs to be charged with a lot more than just “retaining” information. I say “ESPIONAGE” is a good addition…
    Let’s get damned serious about this crap, ok!

  3. vonMesser says:

    Not federal prison. Military prison,.

  4. bunkerville says:

    One only surmise what the quality and accuracy of her translations were…..

    • Uriel says:

      so far it seems if the Dems say xxx, then yyy is true. if they say yyy then both are suspect. totally illogical and in the case of Lynch treasonous. or at the very least criminal.

  5. Navyvet says:

    She wants bail??? She would be dead in less than 24 hours.

  6. Uriel says:

    That’s what I think also Navyvet. She is mostly better off sitting in that jail cell. Though that may itself not be a safe haven if past examples are examined.