Thursday, March 2, 2017

Is The Russian Ambassador To The United States A 'Master Spy'?

Sergey Kislyak (L), Russian ambassador to the United States, arrives with Dmitry Medvedev, prime minister of Russia, for the G8 Summit in Chantilly, Virginia, May 18, 2012. Photo: Reuters

Michael Weiss, Daily Beast: Did Sessions Meet With a Spymaster?

Questions Swirl Around Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak.

Some reports say Sergei Kislyak is a top Russian intel recruiter. But many say he’s just a top diplomat. Either way, Sessions is in trouble.

On March 20, 2014, Kyle Parker, a Russia specialist at the U.S. Helsinki Commission, received an email from a sender called “Lost Soul.” The subject, written in Cyrillic, translated as “Burn in hell.” The tone hardly improved from there:

“Well, well, American bitch, get your cosseted ass ready for a fucking. And we’ll do the same to that rat called Lyosha, you well know in your case it’s better to tell the truth, the whole truth about your selfish intentions… sorry I cannot personally execute you Anglo-Saxon geek… now whore, prepare the vaseline hahahah.”

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Update #1: Kremlin dismisses US media spying allegations against Russian ambassador (RT)
Update #2: Kremlin blasts US media’s ‘fake news’ that Russia’s envoy to Washington is rumored ‘spy’ (TASS)

WNU Editor: I would be shocked if he is.

1 comment:

B.Poster said...

The way Mr. Sessions expressed his more conciliatory tone is spot on I could not have put this any better myself.