posted on Nov, 16 2010 @ 08:52 PM
Ok first let me say that if this has already been covered then i wish for ATS to remove it. That being said I also did not know where to post it so i
thought this would work.
I came across this article at Russia Today and found it interesting that the man that led to the uncovering of the Russian sleeper spies is now on the
run with his family in the U.S. and is being protected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. But what really got me thinking was at the end of the
article it said that an assassin has been dispatched to "punish" the traitor. ?!?!?!?!? ok? Why would they say that? To me it comes off as "So what
the Americans have him under their protection we are still going to kill him and "maybe" whoever gets in their way? Idk what to think of this? What
are yall's view or opinion?