US Judge denies bail for woman accused of leaking US secrets

00:10  06 october  2017
00:10  06 october  2017 Source:   Associated Press

Woman Allegedly Tried to Run Over Son-in-Law After Word Got Out of Their Affair

  Woman Allegedly Tried to Run Over Son-in-Law After Word Got Out of Their Affair Here's one made for daytime television. A Florida woman was having an affair with her daughter's husband, and what did she do when the secret got out? According to police, she tried to kill him, of course! Kathleen Regina Davis told local police that she was in a relationship with her son-in-law while he was still with her daughter, The Palm Beach Post reported. When he confessed to his wife, it ruined their marriage, Davis said.Davis then tried to get back at the man by allegedly egging his house and cars.

— A woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to Winner's defense attorneys asked a judge to reconsider releasing her on bail after her trial date was postponed from October to next March.

(AP) — A woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to national 4. Westport homeowner Harvey Weinstein accused of years of sexual 5. Westport cops looking to identify suspicious person.

File-This June 2017 file photo released by the Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office, shows Reality Winner. A federal judge has ruled that Winner, charged with leaking U.S. secrets will remain jailed until her trial. U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps ruled Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, that releasing the 25-year-old Winner on bond would pose an “ongoing risk to national security.” Winner is a former Air Force linguist who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency in Augusta, Georgia, when she was charged in June with leaking a classified U.S. report to a news organization.(Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office via AP, File)© The Associated Press File-This June 2017 file photo released by the Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office, shows Reality Winner. A federal judge has ruled that Winner, charged with leaking U.S. secrets will remain jailed until her trial. U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps ruled Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, that releasing the 25-year-old Winner on bond would pose an “ongoing risk to national security.” Winner is a former Air Force linguist who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency in Augusta, Georgia, when she was charged in June with leaking a classified U.S. report to a news organization.(Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office via AP, File)

SAVANNAH, Ga. — A woman charged with leaking U.S. secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to national security."

Jury selection begins for New York bombing suspect

  Jury selection begins for New York bombing suspect Jury selection is underway in the trial of a New Jersey man charged with setting off a bomb in Manhattan that injured 30 people.Federal Judge Richard Berman told prospective jurors in New York City Wednesday that the trial of Ahmad Khan Rahimi would last about two weeks. Opening statements are likely Monday.Rahimi was arrested after a shootout with police two days after the Sept. 17, 2016, bomb went off in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood. Berman already has ruled that he will let jurors learn that a pipe bomb detonated near a charity run in Seaside Park, New Jersey, and a bomb was left in an Elizabeth, New Jersey, trash can the same day.A second Manhattan bomb did not explode.

SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — A woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to national security.". Reality Winner, 25

(AP) — A woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk US outlines plans to dismantle DACA immigration schemeEuronews_News. Assange is the founder of the anti- secrecy group WikiLeaks.

Reality Winner, 25, is a former Air Force linguist who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency at a facility in Augusta, Georgia, when she was charged in June with copying a classified U.S. report and mailing it to a news organization.

Winner's defense attorneys asked a judge to reconsider releasing her on bail after her trial date was postponed from October to next March. They argued Winner had no prior criminal history and served admirably in the military. Winner's mother in Kingsville, Texas, planned to move to Georgia to ensure her daughter obeyed any terms of her bond.

But U.S. Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps sided with prosecutors in ruling that keeping Winner jailed is the only way to ensure she doesn't flee overseas or leak more secret information. The judge referenced prosecutors' transcript of a Facebook chat in February in which Winner wrote to her sister: "Look, I only say I hate America like 3 times a day."

Alleged leaker hid NSA documents in pantyhose, report says

  Alleged leaker hid NSA documents in pantyhose, report says A former National Security Agency contractor has reportedly told federal authorities that she smuggled classified documents out of the NSA office where she worked by stuffing them in her pantyhose. The documents reportedly contained classified data on Russia’s alleged hacking during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.Reality Leigh Winner, 25, a former Air Force linguist with a top-secret security clearance, was asked by an FBI agent about how she managed to get the documents out of the agency's Augusta, Ga., office.

Judge denies bail for woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets , citing risk to national security. A federal judge has ruled that Winner, charged with leaking U . S . secrets will remain jailed until her trial. U . S . Magistrate Judge Brian K. Epps ruled Thursday, Oct.

(AP) — A woman charged with leaking U . S . secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her First-world San Francisco 'problems' we face every day. Where to get high-quality cocktails for or less in SF. Where S.F. cyclists are most at peril from distracted drivers.

"By her own words and actions, (Winner) has painted a disturbing self-portrait of an American with years of national service and access to classified information who hates the United States and desires to damage national security on the same scale as Julian Assange and Edward Snowden," Epps wrote.

Assange is the founder of the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks. Snowden is a former NSA contractor who leaked classified material exposing U.S. government surveillance programs.

The judge also said evidence against Winner appears strong, noting she confessed to FBI agents that she leaked a classified document and made similar admissions to relatives in recorded jailhouse phone calls.

Winner has pleaded not guilty.

Authorities have not publicly described the document Winner is charged with leaking, nor have they identified the news organization that received it. But the Justice Department announced Winner's arrest on the same day The Intercept reported it had obtained a classified National Security Agency report suggesting Russian hackers attacked a U.S. voting software supplier before last year's presidential election. The NSA report was dated May 5, the same as the document Winner is charged with leaking.

Judge Didn’t Know He Awarded Joint-Custody To Alleged Rapist .
The judge who awarded joint-custody of a child to the man accused of raping the child's mother when she was 12 said he wasn't aware of the rape allegations.Christopher Mirasolo, 27, was awarded joint-custody of the child earlier this month by Judge Gregory Ross of Sanilac County in Michigan. In 2008, Mirasolo, pled out to a charge of attempted third-degree criminal sexual assault, or statutory rape, after being accused by the eventual child’s then 12-year-old mother of forcibly raping and threatening to kill her.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

This is interesting!