The woman, who was arrested along with her husband, a Navy nuclear engineer, on charges of selling classified information about nuclear submarines to an undercover FBI agent, appears to have supported the issue of black social life and “resistance” efforts on her social media.
Diana Tibi, who was arrested along with her husband Jonathan on Saturday, has repeatedly supported the “Black Life Issue” movement on several social media pages reviewed by Acesparks, including Facebook and Instagram.
On Twitter, An account owned by Toebee tracked several “resistance” accounts, including @NotAltWorld, Original Alt National Park Service Resistance, @altUSEPA, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s unofficial “resistance” team, and @RougeNASA, called itself NASA’s “unofficial” resistance “team.
This account seems to have been inactive since 2017 and has only 26 tweets.
When active, the account revived several tweets criticizing former President Donald Trump, who was inaugurated a few days ago.
“To the rest of the world: America is temporarily chaotic. We hope to restore service soon. #TheResistance #MuslimBan #StandUpToTrump,” the account tweeted.
Posts on Toebee’s Facebook account reportedly featured a photo of a transgender flag, the election logo of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and various photos in support of the LGBTQ + community.
In October 2016, she uploaded a profile picture with the caption “Women can stop Trump” on her photo.
Public posts on Facebook accounts are mostly limited to updating profiles and photos, as well as donations he has made to several fundraisers.
Diana Tibi, who was arrested over the weekend, worked with Jonathan Tibi to uncover U.S. nuclear secrets.
The 42-year-old engineer was arrested when it was discovered that the foreign operative working with him was in fact an FBI agent, according to a federal criminal complaint that was not closed on Sunday.
The Fed says he hid the country’s secrets about Virginia-class nuclear-powered submarines on a blue, plastic-coated SD memory card, then handed the small device two slices of bread wrapped in peanut butter. placed between.
“The half sandwich was housed in a plastic bag,” the complaint said.
The engineer also used a Band-Aid wrap and gum pack to hide the SD cards at other times.
His dealings began in April 2020, when he allegedly sent a package of naval documents and information to unknown country officials about how to secretly contact him.
However, the FBR picked up the package and in December began sending a message to a secret email service with secret agent Jonathan Tibi about how to submit other documents.
The Justice Department said the couple was arrested in JV’s Jefferson County and charged by the FBI with violating the Nuclear Energy Act.
They are expected to appear in federal court in Martinsburg (WV) on Tuesday.
Diana Tibi has been fired indefinitely from her position as a teacher at Key School in Annapolis, Acesparks reports.