Ex-CIA employee identified as suspect in 'Vault 7' leaks

Former CIA engineer, 29, facing a child pornography charge is also suspected of leaking devastating secret agency documents to Wikileaks

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Last week, Schulte's lawyer, Sabrina Shroff, told a court that a deadline should be set for the government to file charges on the allegation that he was behind the Central Intelligence Agency leaks. Court papers suggest he was aware of encrypted images of children existing on the server.

Prosecutors said in court last week that they plan to file a new indictment in the next 45 days.

Schulte, who also worked for the NSA before joining the CIA, left the intelligence community in 2016 and took a job in the private sector, according to a lengthy statement he wrote that was reviewed by The Post.

Schulte was released on bail last September, contingent on his not using a computer. In December 2017, he was jailed after he violated these conditions.

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In August previous year, authorities filed child pornography charges against Schulte, who is in a jail in Manhattan, after claiming to have found 10,000 illicit images on a server that he had set up in 2009 while studying at the University of Texas in Austin.

However despite months of investigation, prosecutors have been unable to bring charges against Schulte for the leak.

He also said that because of 'unfortunate circumstances the Federal Bureau of Investigation ultimately made the snap judgement that (he) was guilty of the leaks and targeted (him)'.

Following the search, agents stopped Schulte from travelling to Mexico for a holiday, confiscating his passport.

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Schulte's lawyer, Sabrina Shroff of the federal public defender's office, accused the feds of dragging their feet. Jacob Kaplan, Schulte's attorney at the January hearing, told the court that "the government had full access to his computers and his phone, and they found the child pornography in this case, but what they didn't find was any connection to the WikiLeaks investigation".

Mr Schulte's family lawyers have made repeated demands for prosecutors to either indict or clear their client of the Vault 7 allegations.

Authorities appeared to piece together several bits of information to come up with the theory Schulte is responsible for the leak. Otherwise he is just languishing'.

Schulte, who has launched a Web page to raise money for his defense and post articles critical of the criminal-justice system, claims that he initially provided assistance to the FBI's investigation.

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At the time of the leaks past year, the CIA released a sombre statement: "The American public should be deeply troubled by any WikiLeaks disclosure created to damage the Intelligence Community's ability to protect America against terrorists and other adversaries".

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