Joshua Schulte, 33, was convicted of espionage and obstruction on Wednesday
He was found guilty of providing classified CIA information to WikiLeaks in 2017
Schulte claimed he was framed for the leak and made a scapegoat by the feds
The Justice Department said he was motivated to leak the materials out of spite
Schulte has not yet been sentenced as he awaits trial on child porn charges
A former CIA software engineer accused of the largest leak of classified data in agency history was convicted on all charges.
Joshua Schulte, 33, was convicted Wednesday of leaking classified CIA information to WikiLeaks in 2017. He was found guilty in federal court on eight espionage charges and one obstruction charge over the so-called Vault 7 leak.