John Schindler

New York Observer

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A former intelligence officer with the National Security Agency, John Schindler is a national security columnist for the New York Observer.

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A news site specializing in leaked intelligence information published a bombshell yesterday, and within an hour it was announced that the leaker was arrested.

NSA document leaker revealed and arrested unprecedentedly fast

A news site specializing in leaked intelligence information published a bombshell yesterday, and within an hour it was announced that the leaker was arrested.

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Director James Comey told Congress today the FBI is investigating claims that the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia – and firmly denied the President's accusation that Barack…

Political drama intensifies on Capitol Hill

Director James Comey told Congress today the FBI is investigating claims that the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia – and firmly denied the President's accusation that Barack…

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It's reported that intelligence agents are withholding information from the Chief Executive out of fear that it could be leaked or compromised.

Another wedge between the President and intelligence community

It's reported that intelligence agents are withholding information from the Chief Executive out of fear that it could be leaked or compromised.

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