It turns out there is a direct link between the firm Obama's newly-appointed national intelligence advisor ran and the person who breached Obama's file. John Brennan headed The Analysis Corp. where the State Department contract employees who breached the file worked.
I see. An employee. How curious...
Those files are protected by the Privacy Act of 1974, and access by State Department employees is strictly limited to official government duties, the DOJ said.
Lueders is the third current or former State Department employee to plead guilty in this continuing investigation.
In September, Lawrence Yontz, a former foreign service officer and intelligence analyst, pleaded guilty to unlawfully accessing hundreds of confidential passport files. Yontz was sentenced on Dec. 19 to 12 months of probation and ordered to perform 50 hours of community service.
On Jan. 14, Dwayne Cross, a former administrative assistant and contract specialist, pleaded guilty to unlawfully accessing hundreds of confidential passport files. Cross’ sentencing is scheduled for March 23, and Lueders’ sentencing is scheduled for March 26.