“Guns, Sex, Spycraft”.. New Details In Russian Spy Case

“Guns, Sex, Spycraft” – Court Filing Unveils Shocking New Details In Russian Spy Case

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And in a second tweet, they rebuked:

“It looks as if the FBI, instead of carrying out their responsibility of fighting crime, is implementing a political put-up job set to it by forces that are whipping up anti-Russia hysteria in the US.”


Another interesting twist in the investigation of Maria Butina, the alleged Russian spy who tried to infiltrate the NRA and tried to arrange meetings between then-candidate Trump and Russian President Putin, has just been revealed in a new filing by the DOJ in its case against Butina, who is presently sitting in federal custody as she battles to be freed on bail.


Maria Butina

According to a new court filing, investigators found a handwritten note in her apartment that included details about a job offer from the FSB, and allegations that she was in contact with senior Russian intelligence officials.


Because, apparently unlike every other spy agency in the world, the GRU is the only one known to recruit idiots and to advise its agent to specifically leave incriminating evidence in handwritten notes behind so it can be conveniently discovered by, well, anyone.

Perhaps unsurprisingly given the immense resources at her disposal, Butina has been considered “an extreme flight risk” and prosecutors have asked the judge that she be held through trial.

To help facilitate her cover, Butina had a “personal relationship” with an unnamed 56-year-old American citizen with whom she lived. The individual was identified only as “Person 1”.


The government’s argument to keep Maria Butina in pretrial detention includes this section.

And despite this, Butina also offered sex to an unnamed official in a “special interest organization” that she wished to join. The filing also alleges that Alexander Torshin,  a Russian who has had personal contact with members of the Trump family, was Butina’s boss.

Reports of her arrest were initially met with incredulity and confusion while the press largely continued to focus on President Trump’s performance at the Helsinki summit. But this new information is extremely titillating.

Indeed, the story of Butina (who was compared in the indictment to another infamous Russian spy, Anna Chapman) now has many lurid elements: beautiful Russian spies, sex, high-ranking political connections (photos purporting to show Butina in the Oval Office have surfaced on twitter).

Which is why we imagine the press will be paying close attention to her first court appearance, set for Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 pm ET.

Read the court filing, Click Here.


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