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Breaking Butina? Lavrov Says Plea Squeezed Out of Confessed Russian Agent

Monday, 17 December 2018
Breaking Butina? Lavrov Says Plea Squeezed Out of Confessed Russian AgentWhile a debate rages within the U.S. regarding the country’s plea bargaining system and the use of solitary confinement, there is no evidence that Maria Butina was faced with circumstances that deviate from current norms in the U.S. criminal justice system.
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