“My love is a secret informant.” A US Air Force employee reveals dangerous information to a Ukrainian woman who he fell in love with virtually “My love is a secret informant.” A US Air Force employee reveals dangerous information to a Ukrainian woman who he fell in love with virtually

“My love is a secret informant.” A US Air Force employee reveals dangerous information to a Ukrainian woman who he fell in love with virtually

“My love is a secret informant.” A US Air Force employee reveals dangerous information to a Ukrainian woman who he fell in love with virtually

A US Air Force civilian employee with a top-secret security clearance used a foreign dating site to pass classified national defense information to a person claiming to be a woman living in Ukraine.

David Franklin Slater, 63, was arrested after being charged with conspiracy to disclose unauthorized national defense information. He faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison.

Slater was assigned to the US Strategic Command at Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, when he began communicating with his partner, whose name was not mentioned.

According to the US Department of Justice, their online relationship lasted from February until April 2022, a period during which Slater attended top-secret briefings about the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

The three-count indictment against Slater alleges that the person he was communicating with on the dating site "regularly requested" the Air Force employee "to provide her with sensitive, non-public, closely guarded and classified national defense information" to which he had access.

According to the list, the woman asked Slater: “American intelligence says that 100% of Russian forces are already on the territory of Ukraine. Do you think this information can be trusted?”

In a letter, she says to him: “By the way, you were the first to tell me that NATO members travel by train, and only now has it been announced in our news. You are my secret informant love!”

The woman adds: “My love, do NATO and Biden have a secret plan to help us?” This message was sent to Slater less than a month after the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

One of the communications included in the indictment indicates that Slater revealed to the alleged Ukrainian woman that U.S. officials were heading to Kiev on April 14, 2022, the same day that Senator Steve Daines and Representative Victoria Spartz visited Ukraine.

The woman says in another message: “Dear Dave, Thank you for the valuable information. It is great that two officials from the United States are going to Kiev.”

In other messages, Slater is referred to as a “secret agent,” and there appear to be discussions between the two about arms shipments to Ukraine.

The woman says: “Dear Dave, the arms supply is completely secret, which is great! I hope that tomorrow NATO will prepare an unpleasant “surprise” for Putin! Can you tell me?”

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