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Billie Winner-Davis, Reality Winner's mother, told Business Insider on Tuesday that President Donald Trump's former lawyer, Michael Cohen, is attempting legal representation to aid the former Air Force language analyst contractor and Kingsville native Reality Winner with her case.

Winner pleaded guilty in 2018 to leaking classified National Security Agency information on Russia's alleged efforts to interfere with the 2016 election. She was found guilty of violating the U.S. Espionage Act and sentenced to five years in prison at the Federal Medical Center-Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas.

In 2016 following her separation from six years of active duty, Winner was hired by Pluribus International Corporation under an NSA contract to work out of Fort Gordon, Georgia.

According to ABC News, Winner printed a classified report detailing how Russian hackers allegedly “executed cyber espionage operations” on local election systems and mailed the documents to The Intercept.

She was arrested on June 3, 2017.


Michael Cohen, who pleaded guilty to campaign violations and tax fraud in 2018, began serving his sentence in May 2019 at the federal penitentiary in Otisville, New York.

He has been under house arrest since July over coronavirus concerns.

Military.com stated that Reality’s mother sent a Twitter message that said “Cohen has asked another attorney to look at the case and for opportunities to help.”



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July 16, 2007






Hype and hysteria as Harry Potter series nears end
One of the most hyped books in history goes on sale this week with the release of the seventh and final installment of the Harry Potter series."Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" hits shelves at one minute past midnight British Summer Time on Saturday, July 21, and anticipation over how the last chapter will end may ensure it becomes the fastest selling novel of all time.On "P-Day", as it has been dubbed, thousands of Potter fans dressed as wizards and witches will queue at stores in major cities, eager to learn the fate of Harry and his Hogwarts pals after author J.K. Rowling said she would kill off characters.Twelve million copies of the 784-page tome have been printed for the U.S. market alone, copies of the book are being kept under lock and key, and families are imposing news blackouts in their homes to avoid spoiling the ending.The publishing world has never known anything like it."What's different about Harry Potter is the marketing and PR programme surrounding the launch. You wouldn't have got that in previous periods," said Caroline Horn, children's news editor at the Bookseller publication.Adults are also a huge target audience, the fictional boy wizard has made it on to the opinion page of the New York Times and writers Stephen King and John Irving have urged Rowling not to kill off her hero.Rowling will mark the publication with a midnight reading at London's Natural History Museum.The 41-year-old has described how she broke down in tears when completing the book, which ends a remarkable 17-year journey that she started as an unemployed single mother and ended as the world's first dollar-billionaire author.


Does Harry Potter die? Fictional or not, the question of what happens to the boy wizard at the end of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows", the seventh and final book in the series, is on millions of lips five days before it goes on sale. Publishers have spent a small fortune protecting the secret, thousands of Potter readers have voted in online polls, and bookmakers are shifting odds to reflect what gamblers think. Book six left many questions unanswered: What and where are the remaining Horcruxes? What are the Deathly Hallows? Who is the mysterious RAB? Where do the true loyalties of Severus Snape lie? Will Ron and Hermione get together? But as soon as author J K Rowling revealed in June last year that she would kill off at least two characters in book seven, and that a third got a reprieve, the guessing game began. Security measures in place to protect the contents of book seven, expected to sell tens of millions of copies worldwide, sound like something from a heist movie. Newspapers reported trucks carrying books from warehouses to shops this week will be fitted with satellite tracking systems to ensure they stick to their assigned routes. Pallets of books have been fitted with alarms, it said, in an operation estimated to cost 10 million pounds ($20 million). Bloomsbury, Potter's British publisher, would not comment on specific security measures, but outlined what it would do should retailers break a legal embargo they all have to sign. "We have an in-house media litigation specialist who is poised 24 hours a day, seven days a week to deal with any breaches," it said. "It is our intention vigorously to enforce the embargo and seek an immediate injunction if required." PAST PROBLEMS Publishers have cause for concern. On Monday, photographs purporting to show a seven-page epilogue of the seventh Harry Potter book appeared on the Internet, which, if genuine, give away many key secrets. "There is a lot of fan fiction and a lot of dreamers on the Internet, and people are very clever about what they put together," said a Bloomsbury spokeswoman, declining to be drawn on whether the pages in question were genuine or not. "We would ask everyone to work with us to keep the secrecy of the plot safe until July 21 ... We are amazed people want to spoil it." In 2003, a printing plant worker in Britain was sentenced to 180 hours' community service after offering to sell three chapters of Potter book five to a tabloid. And two years later a handful of copies of book six were sold early in Canada, prompting the distributor there to apply for a court injunction barring buyers from disclosing the plot. Potter experts say they are surprised more leaks have not marred the release of "Deathly Hallows". "It seems to have got to the publishing phase without a spoiler, and if it gets through to the bookstore phase without having it spoiled, that's amazing," said Melissa Anelli. "I expect there will be one big spoiler," she added. Even if Potter publishers do preserve the secrets until Saturday, Anelli expects answers to big questions to appear on the Internet within hours of the book's release. Daniel Radcliffe, who plays Harry in the Potter films, recently recalled a "drive-by spoiler" when a reader passed fans queuing for a copy of book six proclaiming "Dumbledore is Dead!", thus giving away the main surprise. "Horrible pigs, vile scumbags," he jokingly told media.

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