NOW: ‘Grave Damage to National Security’

(StraightShooterNews.com) – In a sudden turn of events confirming that America has been left unprotected in the hands of the Biden administration, Massachusetts Air National Guardsman Jack Teixeira will plead guilty to a major U.S. national breach of security.

It has been reported that Teixeira leaked classified military documents, which marks one of the most severe security breaches in recent years.

Federal prosecutors in Boston have initiated a Rule 11 hearing, which means Teixeira intends to plead guilty. The charges are unspecified in the public domain, as the agreement details are yet to be disclosed.

Teixeira was arrested when he was 21 in April last year and was accused of misusing his security clearance to share top-secret Pentagon documents via the social media and gaming platform Discord where the documents were widespread.

The highly disclosed materials he shared included complex and detailed intelligence assessments of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, which outlined “how the equipment would be transferred, and how the equipment would be used upon receipt.”

Attorney General Merrick Garland emphasized that sharing such information “reasonably could be expected to cause exceptionally grave damage to national security if shared.”

Initially Teixeira pleaded not guilty to six federal charges in June and his current opinion remains unknown while the ruling’s outcome is finalized.

According to the Department of Justice, Teixeira joined the U.S. Air National Guard in 2019 and was granted top-secret security clearance in 2021.

He also worked as a cyber transport system for the 102nd Intelligence Wing in the Massachusetts Air National Guard and he was stationed at Otis Air National Guard Base in Cape Cod during the leak of national security secrets.

In December last year, 15 members of the 102nd Intelligence Wing including Teixeira’s former unit commander faced disciplinary actions for their failure to supervise and report his espionage-like activities.

This security breach is considered the most serious since the 2010 WikiLeaks release of 700,000 documents, videos and diplomatic cables, which underscores the gravity of the current case.