Rex Tillerson’s notes at Senate confirmation hearing compromised by spy?

WaPo editor Doris Truong snaps pics?

(INTELLIHUB) — A spy, possibly Washington Post’s weekend homepage editor Doris Truong, was captured on camera snapping photos of Rex Tillerson’s paperwork during the Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday when Tillerson left for a break, according to a recent Twitterstorm.

If so, it appears that the “deadline-driven multimedia journalist [with] nearly 20 years of experience” may have been capturing information off of paperwork Tillerson left at his table in confidence, before the hearing reconvened.

The perpetrator can be seen pulling a separate apple device out of her right side coat pocket just before snapping a few pics of Tillerson’s paperwork and personal effects before she then looks around the room to see if anyone saw her.

During the hearing Tillerson, who is Donald Trump’s choice for Secretary of State, faced off with Rep. Sen. Marco Rubio.

“Rubio — who refused to say if he would vote for Tillerson after a day of testimony — pressed the former ExxonMobil CEO hard Wednesday on a slew of human rights questions, pushing him to denounce the behavior of Russia, China, Saudi Arabia and the Philippines and expressing deep disappointment when the Texan refused to do so,” CNN reported.

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