(FeaturedNews.com) – The Department of Justice (DOJ) is reportedly currently investigating a lead of classified documents on social media websites that could potentially have revealed sensitive information about the U.S. and NATO aid being sent to Ukraine because of the war.
The Defense Department is also looking through the documents that had been shared by some Russian sources on social media sites, including Twitter. The documents date back to earlier this year, and as of right now do not appear to include any important plans relating to the expected counteroffensive that will be allegedly started by Ukraine this spring. Still, the documents do appear to contain information on the training in Ukraine, as well as information on the total casualties from the war.
Sabrina Singh, Pentagon deputy press secretary, wrote in a statement on Friday that the Defense Department is also reviewing the matter while also having referred the case to the Department of Justice for further investigation.
A DOJ spokesperson confirmed the communication with the Pentagon regarding this situation and has noted that the GOJ has already launched its investigation. Many of the inaccuracies in the documents released on social media have also led to questions about their authenticity, as well as about the documents potentially being a part of a disinformation campaign.
Andriy Yusov, a spokesman for Ukraine’s military intelligence directorate, has stated that they are set to hold a preliminary analysis to determine which part of the information was taken from open source, while also looking into the distorted figures.
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