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Suspected Russian spy Maria Butina admits to conspiracy

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Suspected Russian spy Maria Butina admits to conspiracy

Suspected Russian spy Maria Butina admits to conspiracy

Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina pleaded guilty Thursday for conspiring to influence U.S. policy, and is cooperating with investigators.

CBS News Washington correspondent Paula Reid joined CBSN to discuss Butina's case.

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