FAST FIVE: Defense Intelligence Agency "Leaker" Charged For Sharing Classified Intel With Journalists
I've met a lot of whistleblowers, in both the public and private sector.
One I knew got turned down for a waitressing job because her previous employer wouldn't vouch for her.
The information he provided included one report about a foreign country's weapon systems, according to court filings seen by WaPo.
This reporter ended up writing at least eight stories based on five compromised intelligence reports provided by Frese.
A week after Frese allegedly accessed one of the intelligence reports, the first journalist sent Frese a direct message on Twitter asking whether he would speak with another journalist, according to the department.