Who Is Donbass Devushka?

by Ami Dalsania

Who Is Donbass Devushka? Russia is in the news because of its politics, and this country is always at the top of the news.

We all know that Russia and Ukraine are in a fight, and on top of that, the International Criminal Court (ICC) has issued an arrest warrant for the President of Russia. Now, a former officer is getting a lot of attention, which makes people want to know more about what happened.

According to reports, an FBI agent recently talked to or questioned Sarah Bill, who used to be a Chief Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy and is known as the Russian propagandist Donbass Devushka.

Who Is Donbass Devushka?

According to the report, this interview took place at her home in Oak Harbor, Washington, on Sunday, April 16, 2023. This information has been made public by the media, and the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) is also looking into it.

Reports say that this former U.S. Navy officer is from New Jersey and that he is the person who set up the pro-Russian social media network. The person behind the pro-Russian social media account is a former U.S. Navy officer, according to this new report that came out on Sunday. The account has shared the secret documents that were leaked.

According to the reports, the suspect runs a podcast called “Donbass Devushka” and has many social media accounts. The former officer is said to have used these accounts to share files, including at least 4 classified US intelligence documents about the fighting in Ukraine.

Reports say that Jack Teixeria, a 21-year-old member of the intelligence wing of the Massachusetts Air National Guard, was detained after a US official recognized him as the suspect in the document leak.

In the files that were leaked, there was information about how the NATO military helped Kyiv and how the forces of Ukraine were rated.

The documents were put online, which led to the investigation that led to Teixeira’s arrest.

The report says that at the time of the interview, Bils, who is 37 years old, admitted that she is an administrator of the Donbass Devushka accounts. However, she said that the Donbass Devushka network is run by a group of 14 to 15 people.

Media outlets say that the many Donbass Devushka accounts on Telegram, Rumble, YouTube, and Twitter are among the most popular English-language social media accounts that promote Russian views. Donbas Devushka, who is also known as Donbas Girl, is very popular. She has 135,000 people who follow her on YouTube.

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