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Putin claims Maria Butina was NOT working for the Russian government

MailOnline Thursday, 20 December 2018
Putin claims Maria Butina was NOT working for the Russian governmentRussian President Vladimir Putin claimed accused spy Maria Butina was not working for his government and said she pleaded guilty because she faced years in jail. 
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