Ex-defense contractor receives prison sentence for unlawfully storing classified info

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Some people are less equal than others.


Ex-defense contractor receives prison sentence for unlawfully storing classified information


Weldon Marshall, 43, pleaded guilty to one count of unlawfully retaining national defense information in March and was sentenced Wednesday. In addition to his prison sentence, he received one year of supervised release, according to the Justice Department.

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The Texas man was accused of downloading classified documents and other information classified as Secret onto a CD labeled “My Secret TACAMO Stuff” and illegally storing the CD at a house he owned in Liverpool, Texas.

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While working overseas and in Afghanistan, Marshall shipped hard drives to his house in Liverpool that contained classified documents and writings. Those records, classified at the Secret level, contained information about flight and ground operations in Afghanistan.

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According to the Justice Department, the court noted while sentencing Marshall that he “violated an important trust the military had placed in him.”


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It is shameful that they allowed Her Highness to get away with what we know. Imagine what we do not know. This guy needs a pardon, or at least a commutation of sentence.

Then the current FBI director made a PoS remarks about the IG report, whining about the institution. That is all that these people care about, protecting these institutions which are mere creations of Congress, over defending the Constitution and what is right. That is what the deep state and the swamp is all about, protecting their precious institutions über alles.
 

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