On March 31, 2017, the DOJ transferred convicted and incarcerated Russian spy Evgeniy Buryakov to the DHS, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which released him to Russia within a few days. He was released 4 months earlier than scheduled.
That happened when James Comey was the FBI Director, supposedly investigating Russian activities. An early release of a convicted Russian spy while investigating Russian activities doesn’t make sense. But it makes perfect sense, if Comey used investigation of alleged Russian activities as a pretext in the coup attempts.
Buryakov was apprehended and convicted with the assistance of a former naval officer Carter Page. After Buryakov was released, the DOJ doubled down on its persecution of Carter Page.
via Science Defies Politics
October 29, 2019 at 08:02PM