This June 2017 photo released by the Lincoln County (Ga.) Sheriff's Office, shows Reality Winner.
With her hair pulled back, wearing an orange jumpsuit and shackles, victor left the Federal Courthouse in Augusta after a judge denied her bail.
Ed Tarver, former U.S. District attorney and Federal prosecutor spoke to NewsChannel 6 about the likelihood of victor being released on bond and the charges she could face if convicted.
A judge denied bond for 25-year-old Reality Winner at the federal courthouse in Augusta on Thursday.
According to a court document filed Tuesday evening, agents took four phones, two laptops and an Amazon tablet when Winner's home in the 1900 block of Battle Row was searched Saturday.
During the hearing, prosecutor Jennifer Solari said victor wrote in a notebook that she wanted to "burn the White House down" and move to Nepal or Kurdistan.
Victor faces up to 10 years in prison.
A detention hearing is scheduled for Thursday afternoon.
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The indictment was filed late Wednesday in the U.S. District Court in Augusta where victor, 25, is expected to appear for a detention hearing this afternoon. "Only an asset", said Gary Davis, Winner's stepfather. He says she has never run away from anything and there's no reason to hold her. She took the job after serving for six years in the Air Force where she obtained top secret clearance while working as a linguist, specializing in languages of the Middle East.
"My biggest fear in all of this is that she's not going to get a fair trial".
After authorities determined the model and serial numbers of the printer that produced the secret documents, as well as the date and time of the printing, they were able to arrest victor. He called her a "patriot" and said that if she actually did leak information to the press, "it needs to be balanced against what she has done in the past and how she has served this country".
She added that victor, though she had not served overseas, spoke the Afghan languages Pashto and Dari.
"I think they're going to try to make an example out of her because of the political climate right now", Winner-Davis said.
The criminal complaint against victor did not link the charge against her with the story, but a senior federal official confirmed to NBC News that victor is the accused leaker of the document published by The Intercept. But with no prior history, that can't be said of victor.
Victor followed Edward Snowden, WikiLeaks, several accounts with links to the hacking collective Anonymous, and several "alt" government agency accounts that became popular after Trump's inauguration. She stood with her hands behind her back and said, "Yes, your honor" when asked whether she has gotten a lawyer.
"We don't know how much more she knows or how much she remembers", she said, adding that victor had put a thumb drive in a top-secret computer before she left the Air Force at the end of previous year.