Paul Whelan, a former US Marine who also holds Canadian, British and Irish citizenship, was detained in Moscow in late December. His arrest has led to speculation that Russia could be using him to.. Firstpost - Published
Moscow says another Russian citizen, Dmitry Makarenko, has been detained by the FBI. It's a new wrinkle after the arrests of Maria Butina in the United States and Paul Whelan in allegations of acting..
The United States is demanding Moscow provide details on the detention of a retired U.S. Marine in Russia on spying charges, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday, adding Washington may..
Russia's state security service, the FSB, says it has detained an American citizen suspected of spying in Moscow. Russian media have named him as Paul Whelan, but details are scarce. Vanessa Johnston..
Russia's state security service, the FSB, says it has detained an American citizen suspected of spying in Moscow. Russian media have named him as Paul Whelan, but details are scarce. Matthew Larotonda..
Russian political conspirator Maria Butina is set to meet with federal prosecutors in over the next several weeks.
That's according to a court filing that was posted and quickly removed from a federal..
According to Reuters, a woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate gun lobby groups pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy.
Maria Butina entered her guilty plea in federal court..
Marina Butina pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy and agreed to cooperate with the U.S. government. She's accused of developing relationships with American political leaders in order to help..
A woman accused of acting as a Russian agent to infiltrate a powerful gun lobby group and influence U.S. policy toward Moscow pleaded guilty to a single count of conspiracy in federal court on Thursday..
Business Insider has reported that suspected Russian agent Maria Butina pleaded guilty to engaging in a conspiracy against the US. Butina has long been suspected of working with a high-ranking Russian..
Watch VideoRussia has been up in arms for months about the U.S. trial of Russian citizen Maria Butina on conspiracy charges. Now, the Russian government might have found a way to get even.
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The facts surrounding the arrest of US citizen Paul Whelan in Moscow remain murky. But rumors suggesting he was arrested so he could be exchanged for alleged Russian spy Maria Butina are growing.. Deutsche Welle - Published
Moscow (CNN)The arrest of US citizen Paul Whelan in Moscow last week prompted intense speculation in national security circles: It came just 15 days after alleged Russian agent Maria Butina pleaded.. WorldNews - Published
The arrest in Russia of a former U.S. Marine has sparked speculation over whether the move was in retaliation for the arrest and trial in the U.S. of an alleged Russian spy.
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US Political Prisoner Maria Butina Thousands of political prisoners languish in America's gulag, Russian nationals among them - subjected to abusive and humiliating treatment. by Stephen Lendman.. PRAVDA - Published
The Russian Embassy in Canada has tried to tie the conspiracy case of Maria Butina to the Me Too movement against sexual harassment and assault. The embassy said her conviction shows the “bias and.. Polygraph.info - Published
In 2018, the Russian government and state-controlled media pushed classic narratives on topics like Syria and Ukraine. But the year’s events forced them to come up with new twists on those old.. Polygraph.info - Published
On December 20, Russian President Putin started his 14th, large press conference. Interestingly, on December 20 Russia marks the Day of the Security Officer, which has been commonly known in Russia as.. PRAVDA - Published
Moscow 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. MailOnline - Published
Russia's Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused the United States of forcing Russian national Maria Butina to falsely confess to what it described on Wednesday as the ridiculous charge of her being a.. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
While 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.. Polygraph.info - Published
This week Butina admitted she wasn't just a student and Russian gun rights activist, pleading guilty to a count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent. NPR's Scott Simon talks with her lawyer. NPR - Published
Russian spy Maria Butina's cover story was her academic interest and expertise in cybersecurity. As cover stories go, this unfortunately wasn't a hard one to pull off. Except anyone holding even the.. engadget - Published
MOSCOW (AP) — Russian officials say Moscow will continue to support a Russian woman in custody in the United States who has pleaded guilty to acting as a covert agent of the Russian government, even.. Seattle Times - Published
The Kremlin said on Friday that allegations against Maria Butina, a Russian woman accused of acting as an agent of Russia's government in the United States, were absolutely groundless. Reuters India - Published Also reported by •Reuters
She even made no secret of her desire to help broker a secret meeting with Donald Trump, then a candidate, and Vladimir Putin during the 2016 US election. Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The Age •Brisbane Times
[USA], Dec 14 (ANI): Maria Butina, an alleged Russian spy, pleaded guilty of conspiring against the United States of America for working to infiltrate the political circles of the Republican party Sify - Published
A Russian woman accused of acting as an agent of Moscow pleaded guilty to being part of a conspiracy to influence U.S. politics by becoming involved with the National Rifle Association. Wall Street Journal - Published
Vladimir Putin’s claims are false: Maria Butina is reportedly known in Russian intelligence circles and the country’s Foreign Ministry has demonstrated uncharacteristic interest in her fate. In.. Polygraph.info - Published