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‘He shunned pretty women’: How Marine vet ‘spy’ aroused suspicion of Russian intelligence and was ‘caught red-handed in Moscow hotel room with flash drive containing names of Russian secret agents’

'He shunned pretty women': How Marine vet 'spy' aroused suspicion of Russian intelligence and was 'caught red-handed in Moscow hotel room with flash drive containing names of Russian secret agents'
Metropol Hotel in Moscow, Russia

Retired US Marine Paul Whelan was detained by Vladimir Putin‘s secret services because he received an electronic database with a list of ‘secret’ employees of a Russian agency, it was reported in Moscow.

The 48-year-old had fallen under suspicion on frequent visits to Russia because while saying he went to have ‘fun’ he shunned ‘pretty women’ and instead made contacts with males who might have access to confidential information.

Family Says Detained U.S. Citizen Is Innocent, Was In Moscow For Wedding

Minutes after receiving a flash drive in his five-star hotel room in Moscow, armed Federal Security Service (FSB) operatives moved in and detained him, reported Rosbalt news service, which has close links to the security services…

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