American Spy in Russia: Now My Experience This Last week Makes Sense…

I wrote this article and explained that I was checked out by the Russian FSB at a routine traffic stop…

Travel in Russia: Are you a Spy? and Other Thoughts… (Part 1)

It caught my interest enough and sparked my inner feelings enough that I wrote a 5 part article all titled like above link. I just finished these articles today. Then all this other stuff pops up and well read for yourself…

44Russia’s counterintelligence agency has detained a CIA agent in Moscow trying to recruit an officer of the Russian secret service, the Federal Security Service (FSB) announced. The agent was operating under guise of career diplomat.

The FSB Public Relations Center has announced that the person detained is Ryan Christopher Fogle, the third secretary of the Political Section of the American embassy in Moscow.

The agency stressed that Christopher had special technical equipment, printed instructions for the Russian citizen being recruited, a large sum of money and means to change the person’s appearance.

The detainee was delivered to the FSB receiving office where he has been questioned and after all the necessary procedures he has been handed over to representatives of the US embassy in Moscow.

Now it all makes sense and the 40 people rounded up makes even more sense. This is the first time that I had to deal with the situation that I have dealt with this last week and I hope the last…

America keep your damn worthless spies away from Russia. I like it here and do not want any crap rocking the boat…

Here is the perfect ending…

US Ambassador to the Russian Federation Michael McFaul refused to comment on the detention of his subordinate for espionage activities. On his Twitter account he simply wrote ‘no’ answering a question about Ryan Fogle. But tomorrow he will definitely have to have an answer to the Russian Foreign Ministry, where he has been summoned to give an explanation concerning the incident.

Hmm…

Post by Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…


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