Henry Kyle Frese, a 30-year-old employee at the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), has been arrested after being charged with leaking classified data to the media.
Authorities claim that one journalist was apparently sleeping with Frese for the leaks, showing the seedy, sex-driven nature of the fake news industry.
“Frese was caught red-handed disclosing sensitive national security information for personal gain,” Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Demers said.
The indictment accuses the reporter who allegedly sexed up Frese of writing eight or more articles based on the information provided by the analyst through the abuse of his top-secret clearance at the DIA.
“The unauthorized disclosure of TOP SECRET information could reasonably be expected to cause exceptionally grave harm to the national security of the United States,” the Justice Department said in a press release issued regarding Frese’s indictment in U.S District Court in Virginia.
If Frese is convicted on the charges, he faces up to 10 years in prison for two counts of willful transmission of national defense information.
“Henry Kyle Frese was entrusted with TOP SECRET information related to the national defense of our country,” U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia G. Zachary Terwilliger said.
“Frese allegedly violated that trust, the oath he swore to uphold, and is charged with engaging in dastardly and felonious conduct at the expense of our country,” Terwilliger added. “This indictment should serve as a clear reminder to all of those similarly entrusted with National Defense Information that unilaterally disclosing such information for personal gain, or that of others, is not selfless or heroic, it is criminal.”
This is not the first time that sex has been used as a weapon by a fake news presstitute in order to gain access to classified intel. It was revealed last year that New York Times national security reporter Ali Watkins was sexually involved with at least one powerful man in order to secure her big scoops.
Business Insider reported last year about how the lurid adulteress used her body to obtain privileged information from James Wolfe, the now-imprisoned former head of security at the Senate Intelligence Committee:
Earlier this month, The Times reported that Watkins’ personal email and phone communications had been seized by the government as part of an investigation of classified information leaks.
The paper also revealed that Watkins had carried on a three-year romantic relationship with James Wolfe, the 58-year-old longtime head of security at the Senate Intelligence Committee — a senior position responsible for overseeing highly classified information provided to lawmakers from law enforcement and intelligence agencies…
Watkins told friends, who spoke with The Times, that she began dating Wolfe, who is married, in the fall of 2014, several months after she graduated from college when she was working at HuffPost. Wolfe started wooing her when she was a college intern working for McClatchy, giving her a Valentine’s Day card and sending her a pearl bracelet as a graduation gift, according to The Times.
Watkins’ relationship with Wolfe lasted about three years until August 2017, according to Watkins’ friends.
After splitting with Wolfe, Watkins briefly dated another intelligence committee staffer last fall while she was reporting on the committee for Politico, The Times reported on Sunday.
Watkins continues her career as a reporter for the Times, showing how this sort of reprobate behavior is encouraged by the fake news.
It appears Frese may be the latest sucker to pay the price after being seduced by a sleazy amoral journo who will likely move on to her next mark now that he is behind bars.
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