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Mon Dec 31, 2018, 03:30 PM

'Putin wants a hostage for leverage': Kremlin foe Bill Browder raises suspicion [View all]

after American is arrested for espionage in Russia for being 'on a spy mission'

US citizen has been arrested in Moscow by Russian security service agents
Paul Nicholas Whelan is accused by Russia of 'carrying out an act of espionage'
A criminal investigation into espionage has been opened, the FSB said
US State Department has been notified of arrest and requests consular access


PUBLISHED: 04:18 EST, 31 December 2018 | UPDATED: 13:00 EST, 31 December 2018

Kremlin foe Bill Browder, who calls himself Vladimir Putin's 'Enemy Number One', has raised suspicion after an American was arrested for espionage in Russia.

Browder, an American-born British financier who spearhead the Magnitsky Act - which punishes Russian human rights violators - took to Twitter to express his concerns on Monday morning following the arrest of Paul Nicholas Whelan.

'Russia Detains US Citizen in Moscow on Suspicion of Espionage. Looks like Putin wants a hostage for leverage purposes,' he wrote.

'Generally countries kick out suspected foreign spies, not arrest them.'


So what is the traitor doing in the white house on this issue anyone hear a peep from him......................nope
Probably trying to make a back room deal on the Butina woman, after all he is the "Art of the Deal".
I wouldn't be surprised if he helped set this all up..............

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