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FBI classified information

The U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) unsealed the indictment of a Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) analyst who illegally removed national security documents and retained them at her house during a 13-year period from June 2004 to December 2017. Kendra Kingsbury allegedly kept 20 documents of classified information including open investigations, human sources, intelligence gaps, notes and bulletins, email messages, internal correspondence, and a presentation on the sources and methods the agency uses to defend against cyber threats and counterterrorism, as well as detailed intelligence gathered on emerging terrorist groups.

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