Corbin Schultz, U.S. Army Sgt. Accused of selling secrets to China

Nashville, Tenn. – A US soldier from Fort Campbell has been indicted on charges of selling national security secrets to China, US Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee Henry C. Leventis announced Thursday.

Corbin Schultz was an Army intelligence analyst with the 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment at Fort Campbell, Leventis said. He was arrested earlier on Thursday.

The indictment charges Schultz with six counts, including conspiracy to illegally communicate security information, illegal export of security materials to China and bribing a public official, Leventis said.

“He traded our national security information for money,” Leventis said. Received $42,000 in 14 payments.

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