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    US Army Soldier Indicted, Accused of Selling Sensitive Military Information

    US Army Soldier Indicted, Accused of Selling Sensitive Military Information

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — An soldier has been arrested on charges of selling sensitive information related to U.S. capabilities, Justice Department officials said Thursday.

    Korbein Schultz, who is also an intelligence analyst, was accused in a six-count indictment of charges including conspiring to obtain and disclose military defense information and bribery of a public official.

    According to the indictment, Schultz — who had a top-secret security clearance — allegedly conspired with an individual identified only as “Conspirator A” to disclose various documents, photographs and other national defense materials since June 2022. The indictment claims that Schultz was recruited by the individual not only due to his security clearance but also because he was tasked with gathering sensitive U.S. military information.

    Some of the information that Schultz supposedly gave to the individual included information related to the High Mobility Artillery Rocket System, hypersonic equipment, studies on future developments of U.S. military forces and studies on military drills and operations in major countries like China.

    The indictment outlines that Schultz was initially asked to provide documents detailing lessons that could be learned from 's war with Ukraine and how those lessons could be applied to the U.S. helping in the event of an attack. Schultz was paid $200 for that information, which then prompted…

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