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US to Expel 60 Russian Spies

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I found this buried in the newsfeed Military and thought it ought to be brought to the forefront. Here is the link.

 

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Looks like Trump is calling Russia to task for their underhanded dealings on Western soil. It's about time. I think most of the trouble Putin gets in is because he is desperate to glorify Russian power amid it's decline. Just my thoughts.

 

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I think this is in response to the chemical agent attempted assassination in England last week which was probably done by Russia.

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I think this is in response to the chemical agent attempted assassination in England last week which was probably done by Russia.

 

From what I have been reading that is the case, but the news of a chemical nerve agent attack is new to me.

 

God bless,

William

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From what I have been reading that is the case, but the news of a chemical nerve agent attack is new to me.

 

God bless,

William

 

Yeah, it is similar to the Polonium-210 radiation assassination of Alexander Litvinenko in 2006 purportedly by the Russian government. It appears they do these types of assassinations to really send a message. The Litvinenko attack was successful. This chemical attack was unsuccessful. I believe they do this to send a message to any intelligence officer which may think of changing sides. It's also a message to the world.

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