Russian convicted of spying for West reportedly says he is being swapped for US arrestees
In this Wednesday, April 7, 2004 file picture, Russian arms control researcher Igor Sutyagin stands behind bars as he listens to the verdict as he is sentenced to 15-years in prison for spying, at a courtroom in Moscow.
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“Kiss Me You Fool!”
Since: Jan 08
Atlanta via Brooklyn NY
#2 Jul 8, 2010
Arizona immigration law would never catch these threats. They don't "look illegal" to most Arizonians. But they can do the most harm.
Even though the biggest bust of illegal workers in U.S. history happened in Phoenix, when they caught 425 Russians, Israelis, and Mexicans working in that chicken plant, the Russians and Jews would have never been stopped on the street, because they won't fit the profile.
Yet their spying does more harm to U.S. defenses than any Hispanic illegal migrant worker could.
...and the owners of that plant with 425 illegals alked away with a small fine. Go figure.
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