Russian Policeman Gets 15-Year Sentence for Spying for US

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A Russian police officer was convicted Thursday on charges of spying for the United States — using a cache disguised as a rock — and sentenced to 15 years in prison. It was the latest in a host of spy cases amid rising Russia-West tensions over Ukraine.
The Moscow City Court on Thursday found Roman Ushakov guilty of treason for handing over classified information to the United States. Prosecutors produced his messages, which contained sensitive information about the Interior Ministry, as well as a rock-like cache with cash and a letter from the CIA, according to the Interfax news agency.
Russian Policeman Gets 15-Year Sentence for Spying for US - Russia Insider
To my mind the CIA agents were all over the world since the agency were created. It's just a policy of government to rule and control every single person on this planet.
 

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Sounds like he was an idiot who got caught.
 

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