Suspect in leak probe talked about God, guns and war secrets


April 14, 2023

Michelle R. Smith, Associated Press

Police block a road in North Dighton, Mass., Thursday, April 13, 2023.

WASHINGTON - The suspect was relatively easy to find.

In a social media world that produces traceable digital fingerprints, it didn't take long for federal authorities and journalists adept at sifting through data to land on the name of Jack Teixeira.

Teixeira, 21, who served in the Massachusetts Air National Guard, was arrested Thursday in connection with the far-reaching leak of classified documents that have shaken capitals from Washington to Kyiv to Seoul with revelations of U.S. spying on allies and foes alike and the disclosure of sensitive military intelligence about the war in Ukraine.


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