Deep State must be cooking “Russian spy” case to hurt Trump in November elections

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    Dems Still Don't Have Anything To Offer Voters

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    A soviet poster wants Americans to embrace Russian spies and Trump? A true American!
     
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    US prosecutors have admitted that they wrongly accused Maria Butina, the Russian gun activist jailed in the US on charges of being an unregistered “foreign agent,” of offering sex in exchange for a job.

    However, in a filing on Friday, prosecutors in the US attorney’s office in Washington, including Kenerson, stressed that the July allegation “was based both on a series of text messages between the defendant and another individual.” They admitted that the “government’s understanding of this particular text conversation was mistaken.”

    Commenting on the Friday filing, Driscoll said that the US government has “enormous power to destroy lives and reputations through the criminal process.” “This is an unfortunate example of the misuse of that power. I’m glad the false allegation has been acknowledged, but it’s a hard bell to unring,” he told the Washington Post.

    Accused ‘Russian agent’ Butina didn’t offer sex for job, prosecutors admit
     
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