A former CIA computer engineer was indicted for allegedly leaking classified government hacking tools that were posted on WikiLeaks, the Justice Department announced Monday night. Joshua Schulte, 29, was charged with 13 counts of illegally collecting and transmitting classified information. “As an employee of the CIA, Schulte took an oath to protect this country, but he blatantly endangered it,” Assistant U.S. Attorney William F. Sweeney, Jr. said in a statement. Schulte was identified as a suspect in the breach last month after being charged separately with possessing child pornography. In 2017, WikiLeaks published over 8,000 pages of CIA documents describing how to break into computers, smartphones, messaging apps and TVs. It was described as one of the largest and worst damaging breaches in CIA history.