Russia offers job to woman convicted by US of being an agent

Russia offers job to woman convicted by US of being an agent

Maria Butina, who was deported to Russia from the US last month after being convicted of being an agent for Moscow, has been offered a job with her nation’s human rights commission to defend Russians imprisoned abroad. Butina pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to act as a foreign agent for Russia by infiltrating a gun-rights group and influencing US conservative activists and Republicans.

Sandra
Sandra
Billy
Billy 6 months

Russia loves our MSM a d their ability to take whatever bait they throw out.

porcus
porcus 6 months

HaHa! I actually like this. It's fitting.

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 6 months

If she was an agent she was already employed by the Russian government.

Janitor Jez
Janitor Jez 6 months

I guess she can't go back to playing Trumpanzees like a fiddle (no collusion, just 'influenced') so it is nice to hear she has found a new career.

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