What If The 12 Indicted Russians Never Face Trial in the US?

During the Cold War, the Soviet Union and the United States regularly exchanged accusations of espionage. The prototypical image of Cold War spies is etched in the minds of anyone who lived through that period or watched its movies – trenchcoat-wearing, “Spy vs. Spy” caricatures exchanging packages in dark alleys.

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Manafort Trial to Tip New Details on His Knowledge of Foreign Agent Rules

Prosecutors with the special counsel’s office said Wednesday they intend to introduce additional evidence during the trial of President Trump’s ex-campaign manager Paul Manafort in Washington, D.C., that will show he knew about foreign agent registration requirements.

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Manafort, in Change of Heart, Wants to Forego Jail Change

Concerned that a change in accomodations would impair their client’s ability to prepare for trial, attorneys for Paul Manafort asked a federal judge to reverse his decision to move the former Trump campaign chairman to a jail closer to the trial’s current venue.

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