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Bruce Marks gives an interview to RIA News on Maria Butina's case

by | Apr 25, 2019 | M&S in Press, M&S Updates

April 24, 2019
Bruce Marks, former republican Pennsylvania State Senator and an experienced international business transactions lawyer, discusses Maria Butina’s case. He thinks that the “US Department of Justice’s decision to seek an 18 month sentence is embarrassing. Her real crime appears to be that she is Russian. The logical explanation is that the Government is retaliating against her for having to retract its embarrassingly false statements about her”
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