Apparently, the United States Secret Service hired a Russian spy to work at the United States embassy in Moscow. It would be safe to assume that they missed the fact that she was a Russian spy, but any Russian national should be assumed to have that capability. This woman worked in the embassy for 10 years and was never noticed. When informed of the spying by the women look how long it took to act on the information. Can you guess what they did to her? Not in a million years.
As Written and Reported by Karen Townsend for Hot Air:
This is weird even by 2018 standards.
Holy foreign spy intrigue, Batman! What if I told you that a suspected Russian spy worked in the U.S. embassy in Moscow for more than 10 years before being caught? How about if I said it was the Secret Service that hired her? I know, it’s all sounding a bit crazy, even for 2018. Yet, that’s the story coming from The Guardian.
It wasn’t until 2016 that a routine security sweep brought this to light. She had access to highly confidential information, including the schedules of the president and vice-president. This isn’t Trump collusion story stuff, either. That would be Obama era story stuff. As it turns out, she was having “regular and unauthorized” meetings with members of the FSB, Russia’s principal security agency.
Two investigators from the U.S. State Department’s Regional Security Office (RSO) informed the Secret Service in January 2017 but it took more than six months for the Secret Service to act. No investigation was called and instead of prosecuting the woman, the Secret Service chose to simply fire her and keep it all swept under the rug. (The Guardian)
The Guardian has been told the RSO sounded the alarm in January 2017, but the Secret Service did not launch a full-scale inquiry of its own. Instead it decided to let her go quietly months later, possibly to contain any potential embarrassment.
An intelligence source told the Guardian the woman was dismissed
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