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Moscow says U.S. forced Maria Butina to falsely confess that she's a Russian agent

MailOnline Wednesday, 19 December 2018
Moscow says U.S. forced Maria Butina to falsely confess that she's a Russian agentMoscow says that the U.S. forced Russian national Maria Butina, 30, to falsely confess that she was a secret agent for the Kremlin. She pleaded guilty to conspiracy against the U.S. Thursday.
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