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Maria Butina, Russian Who Infiltrated Conservative Circles, Is Deported

NYTimes.com Friday, 25 October 2019
The covert Russian gun-loving agent who tried to infiltrate Republican circles during the 2016 presidential campaign heads back to her country after serving more than a year in prison.
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