For some political reasons, Russia is in the news and this country is constantly in the news headlines. We all know Russia’s fight with Ukraine and on top of this the ICC issued an arrest warrant for the President of Russia and now a former officer is getting attention which makes people interested in knowing the details. Former US Navy petty officer named Sarah Bill, popularly known as the Russian Donbass propagandist Devushka, was reportedly recently interviewed or questioned by the FBI agent.
Who is Donbass Devushka?
The report states that this interview was conducted at his Oak Harbor, Washington home on Sunday, April 16, 2023. This news has been officially shared by the media and is also being investigated by the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). This former US Navy officer is reportedly a native of New Jersey and has been credited as the person whose hand was behind the pro-Russian social network. This new report appeared on Sunday and clearly mentions that the individual behind the pro-Russian social media account is a former US Navy officer. The account has shared the leaked classified documents.
Reports indicate that the suspect hosts a podcast under the name Donbass Devushka and operates multiple social media accounts where the former officer allegedly shared files including at least 4 classified US intelligence documents about the fighting in Ukraine. Jack Teixeria, 21, a member of the intelligence wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard, was reportedly detained after a US official recognized him as the suspect in the document leak. The files that were leaked included information about NATO military aid and support for kyiv and assessments of Ukrainian forces.
The investigation leading to Teixeira’s arrest came after the documents were posted online. The report states that Bils, 37, acknowledged at the time of the interview that she is the manager of the Donbass Devushka accounts, however, she stated that a group of around 14-15 people manage the Donbass Devushka network. According to media outlets, the many Donbass Devushka accounts using Telegram, Rumble, Youtube, and Twitter are among the most widely followed and promoted English-language social media outlets for Russia views. Donbas Devushka, also known as Donbas Girl, is quite popular and has earned 135,000 subscribers on her Youtube account.