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originally posted by: SilentWindofDoom
a reply to: cherokeetroy
I conducted the veting process for a couple of years for OPM. You would not believe the crazy sh*t people have done and still receive a TS. I couldn't stand seeing all our work uncovering these flags just to have the person get a pass, simply because they were willing to talk about it.
Ali Alzabarah, 35, of Saudi Arabia, and Ahmad Abouammo, 41, of Seattle were Twitter employees. According to the complaint, between November 2014 and May 2015, Ahmed Almutairi, 30, of Saudi Arabia, and Saudi officials convinced the two men to use their employee credentials to access nonpublic information about the individuals behind certain Twitter accounts.
A former Twitter employee accused of spying for Saudi Arabia was ordered released on bond but will remain held at least temporarily because federal prosecutors say they plan to appeal.
Judge Paula L. McCandlis said Friday in Seattle federal court that Ahmad Abouammo could be released on bond with GPS monitoring and travel restrictions.
originally posted by: CanadianMason
a reply to: pavil
Despite Trump's public bravado, I have to wonder how all of this constant fake news nonsense is *really* affecting him.
The man is human, after all.
Everyone has their breaking point.
I really am worried about his mental health.
originally posted by: cherokeetroy
DON JR: Whoopi, you defended Roman Polanski, who drugged & raped children’ WHOOPI: ‘Oh, You want to talk about this!?’ ALSO WHOOPI: "It wasn’t rape, rape. I don’t believe it was rape. They were having sex before. The world sees 13 year olds differently’