A Former NSA Agent Arrested For Espionage Charges
A former NSA national security adviser who resigned from the secret service in June has been arrested on espionage charges for passing information to an undercover FBI agent believed to be a Russian agent. The former NSA agent is due back in court on Monday to face three counts of espionage.
It is reported that the accused is associated with law enforcement agencies in the state of Colorado. Jar Sébastien Dulac claimed in a statement that he is still associated with the NSA intelligence agency and that he resigned from the National Security Agency in June of this year due to illness. Dalkey, who worked as a security programmer at the intelligence agency, was with the agency for less than a month, from June 6 to July 1 of this year.
Yarkh previously served in the US Army for about three years from 2015 to 2018. He is also fluent in Russian and served with the Colorado Rangers before serving as a police officer in the state of Zare.
According to reports, the defendant, Jarr, decided to share the incriminating information he gathered through an encrypted email in August. Zare also tried to contact an FBI agent he believed was working for other countries through Russia’s foreign intelligence service, the SVR.
Zare was arrested when he tried to physically present the documents at one location in Denver. Jarr reportedly had several physical encounters with the agent at various locations prior to his arrest.
Jarrah reportedly shared classified National Security and Cybersecurity Agency information with the agent via encrypted email and used it to receive cryptocurrency payments. One possible reason that Yarch shared confidential information with this representative was his poor financial situation.
Reports indicate that Yarch announced in a conversation with this undercover agent that he owed $237,000. According to reports, Zare told the FBI agent that America only cares about its business, not its people. He also said that the country is not what it used to be.