A federal grand jury has indicted an FBI employee from the Kansas City Division for illegally removing several national security materials from her residence.
Kendra Kingsbury was accused in a two-count indictment and appeared in court in the District of Kansas for the first time.
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The defendant was entrusted with access to sensitive government data as an intelligence analyst for the FBI, according to Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers of the Justice Department’s National Security Division.
“Kingsbury is accused of taking and keeping confidential documents in her home for years, betraying our nation’s confidence. Insider threats pose a huge threat to our organization.
A federal grand jury has indicted an FBI employee from the Kansas City Division for allegedly illegally taking several national security materials from her residence.
Kendra Kingsbury was charged with two counts in a two-count indictment and appeared in court in the District of Kansas for the first time.
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According to Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers of the Justice Department’s National Security Division, “as an intelligence analyst for the FBI, the defendant was entrusted with access to classified government data.”
“Kingsbury is accused of taking and keeping confidential materials in her home for years, so betraying our nation’s confidence. Insider threats pose a serious threat to our organization.
Kingsbury is accused of inappropriately removing sensitive government materials, including national security secrets and secret documents, from June 2004 through December 15, 2017, according to the federal indictment. These materials were purportedly kept by Kingsbury in her home apartment.
Kingsbury worked as an intelligence analyst with the FBI’s Kansas City Division for more than 12 years until being placed on leave in December 2017. During that time, she was assigned to a variety of FBI squads, including those focusing on illegal drug trafficking, violent crime, violent gangs, and counterintelligence. Kingsbury had access to national defense and had a top-secret security clearance.
Kingsbury is charged with two counts of having unlawful possession of national defense documents, according to the federal indictment.
Count one of the federal indictment concerns a number of secret papers that detail intelligence sources and procedures relevant to the US government’s counter-terrorism, counter-intelligence, and cyber-threat initiatives.
The documents reveal the FBI’s overall goals and priorities, as well as individual open investigations spanning many field offices. There are also records linked to sensitive human source operations in national security investigations, as well as intelligence gaps about hostile foes.