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Accused Kremlin agent Maria Butina co-wrote academic article about cybersecurity while spying on Republicans

The redheaded alleged agent, who’s the founder of a Russian gun rights group, offered sex to gain access to prominent GOP operatives while infiltrating the NRA on behalf of the Kremlin, according to court papers. Prosecutors say she was operating at the behest of Alexander Torshin, a sanctioned Russian oligarch who has close ties to President Vladimir Putin. Torshin is a lifelong NRA member and is facing scrutiny from Mueller for potentially funneling money into American politics by using the powerful gun group as a proxy.

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