It has been revealed that US intelligence documents were leaked by an “armed” and “trained” individual in their 20s and is said to be someone “out of some sort of crazy movie.”
According to a new bombshell report the individual has been exposed by close friends as someone who loves his guns, playing video games and the man works at a military base.
The files were leaked on social media platform Discord and in an online chat room the potential person is known as “Thug Shaker Central” and members of the chat room spoke to The Washington Post.
A member, who spoke to The Post for a series of video interviews with his face obscured but his real voice used, said: “I want to keep OG’s [Original Gangster] identity secret because I still care for him, like a family member.
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“He is not a Russian operative. He is not a Ukrainian operative.
“Any claims that he is a Russian agent are categorically false. He is not interested in helping any foreign agencies with their attacks on the US.’
“There is some anti-government sentiment. But that is not uncommon among most right-wingers.”
Referring to the suspected leaker, one of the members told The Post, “He’s fit. He’s strong. He’s armed. He’s trained. Just about everything you can expect out of some sort of crazy movie.”
The member added the man is “a young, charismatic man who loves nature, God, shooting guns and racing cars.”
The newspaper claim that they saw a video and photos of the person suspected of leaking the Top Secret files.
A member told The Post, “if you had classified documents, you’d want to flex at least a little bit, like hey, I’m the big guy.
“There is a little bit of showing off to friends, but as well as wanting to keep us informed. If your tax dollars are funding these atrocities, then we should be able to know about it.”
Sabrina Singh, Pentagon deputy press secretary, said, “An interagency effort has been stood up, focused on assessing the impact these photographed documents could have on US national security and on our Allies and partners.”