This is supposedly where classified materials housed on government computer networks could be accessed.
The Post claims to have seen approximately 300 photos of classified documents, the majority of which have not yet made it into the public domain.
OG shared with his group, among other things, detailed charts of battlefield conditions in Ukraine and highly classified satellite images of the aftermath of Russian missile strikes on Ukrainian electrical facilities, according to the article.
Others reportedly featured the potential trajectory of North Korean ballistic nuclear missiles, as well as photographs of the Chinese spy balloon apparently taken from a spy plane at close range back in February.
According to those interviewed, the classified materials made it outside the closed group on February 28, when one of the members shared several dozen photographs on another Discord server.
The documents have been making rounds online ever since and recently have attracted a great deal of media and government attention.
The newspaper claims to have made contact with some of the members of a closed Discord group where the man supposedly originally posted the materials.
The Posts article mainly draws on interviews with two alleged members of the Thug Shaker Central Discord group, who spoke to reporters on condition of anonymity.
They also purport to detail severe ammunition shortages faced by the Ukrainian military ahead of its anticipated counteroffensive.
The US Department of Justice has launched a criminal investigation into the leak, with the FBI assigned to the case.
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