Prosecutors announced Wednesday that Harold T. Martin III would face rearraignment in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, a proceeding typically signaling a change of plea.
The National Security Agency has stopped using a surveillance program in recent months that relied on bulk data collected from US domestic phone records.
Senior Chief Petty Officer Shannon Kent– a cryptologic technician stationed at Fort Meade– will have her name added to NSA’s National Cryptologic Memorial Thursday.
The former Air Force translator worked as a contractor at a National Security Agency’s office in Augusta, Georgia, when she printed a classified report and left the building with it tucked into her pantyhose.
The thousands of people who live on restricted Fort Meade will have access to ride-hailing service Lyft starting next month under an arrangement with the Department of Defense.
With a bevy of exit ramps that wind and weave their way through the area, the FBI is not discounting the idea that the driver of the SUV just made a wrong turn and then panicked as he approached armed guards outside the secure NSA gate.
“We also have no reason to believe there’s any nexus at all to terrorism at this point,” said FBI Special Agent in Charge Gordon Johnson. The SUV driver, an NSA police officer and an onlooker were all hospitalized.
Several years after Edward Snowden abruptly left the U.S. in 2013 with a trove of highly classified secrets, the NSA and its counterparts in the U.S. intelligence community continue to struggle after his actions.
It is unclear why Harold Martin, a Navy veteran, allegedly removed so much sensitive information from his workplace, and allegedly stored it in his home, nearby woodsheds or his vehicle, but he has not been charged with espionage — indicating to some former officials that this case may not be as serious as Edward Snowden’s.
Brian O’Callaghan, a former Marine and National Security Agency division chief, suffered from PTSD, his lawyers said.
Michael Hayden, a former director of the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency, tells WTOP that “there are no easy choices” regarding privacy and security.
U.S. intelligence has hard proof that almost 1,000 foreign intelligence targets, including terrorists tracked by the U.S., have changed their communications methods because they were tipped off by Edward Snowden’s leaks.
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