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14 June 2017

Her attorney told reporters she plans to plead not guilty. She is being held in the Lincoln County Jail.

According to the indictment, victor obtained top secret clearance during her six years in the Air Force, which she completed in December.

Winner's mother and stepfather told the judge she had no criminal history and they would use their 20-acre home in Kingsville, Texas, to finance her bond with confidence she would never run.

Winner, 25, a government contractor with the National Security Agency (NSA), was charged with leaking the document to The Intercept, an online news platform, according to NBC News.

Winner-Davis is of the belief that her daughter is "ready to pay the price" if she is guilty. Prosecutors said during a raid at Winner's house, they seized some "disturbing" notebook entries that made victor a flight risk and danger to the public if she was released before trial, reports said.

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Investigators say they were able to track victor by observing that the document leaked to The Intercept appeared to be folded, which led them to believe it had been printed out.

Winners' mother, Billie Winner-Davis, said her daughter was "terrified" when she arrived at her Augusta home on Saturday to see authorities waiting to arrest her, NBC News noted.

Though Nichols would not confirm what that material is alleged to be, the recent release by the Intercept of an NSA report on Russian attempts to interfere in the 2016 USA presidential election on Monday in conjunction with Winner's arrest Saturday has led to speculation about a link between the two. "There's no reason to hold her". In legal documents, an Federal Bureau of Investigation agent stated that victor had admitted to printing the classified information and mailing it to an online news outlet. Davis said she became a linguist, speaking Arabic and Farsi, and spent four years assigned to the NSA at Fort Mead, Maryland.

Victor is a former Air Force linguist who now works as a US government contractor.

Davis said she received a commendation for aiding in the deaths of more than 100 enemy combatants and more than 250 enemy captures.

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Victor worked for a USA government contractor in Augusta.

"If she made this mistake", Davis said, "it needs to be balanced against what she has done in the past and how she has served this country". But the NSA has operated a $286 million complex in Augusta since 2012.

Victor pleaded "not guilty" at the detention hearing in federal court.

Solari said Winner's laptop also contained software that could enable her to access online black-markets and buy items — such as a fake ID or passport — without revealing her identity or location.

The Intercept's report described new details about Russian efforts to hack voting systems in the United States a week prior to the 2016 presidential election. The Federal Bureau of Investigation had already apprehended victor by the time The Intercept published the report.

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