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Russian 'spy' Maria Butina breaks her silence from prison

MailOnline Monday, 11 February 2019 ()
Russian 'spy' Maria Butina breaks her silence from prisonButina, 30, who last year pleaded guilty to infiltrating political groups, is incarcerated in Alexandria, Virginia and maintains that she is not an agent of the Russian government.
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