Finally, we have a winner

At least somebody goes to jail for leaking top secret information about Russian hacking of elections.  In less than a year and a half.

“Former Intelligence Contractor Gets Five Years in Prison for Leak,” The Wall Street Journal, August 24, 2018 A2. Reality Winner, a contract worker at the NSA, gets sentenced for leaking a secret report on election hacking by the Russians from the NSA to a news outlet.

The rules do need to be enforced from time to time, or they are more like guidelines.  And contractors seem to be a weak link.

Did anyone else in the chain of command get punished?  If she were in Washington, DC, rather than Augusta, Ga., would she have faced the same fate?

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