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 Russie : arrestation d'un correspondant du Wall Street Journal soupçonné d'espionnage

How the Empire of Lies Operates

By  Stephen Lendman


March 31, 2023

US dark forces pursue every extrajudicial trick imaginable in pursuit of diabolical agenda.

It uses so-called MSM "journalists" as spies and when caught red-handed deny reality.

Russia's FSB caught WSJ reporter Evan Gershkovich in the act of spying.

In service to US imperial dark forces, he was caught trying to collect state secret information about a Russian military/industrial enterprise.

Part of the Journal's Moscow bureau, denial by him and his employer is refuted by indisputable evidence against him.

According to Russia's FSB:

He was "acting at the behest of the" Biden regime in Yekaterburg.

Under Article 276 of Russia's Criminal Code, he was detained on charges of spying for the empire of lies and forever wars on invented enemies.

If convicted of his criminal act, he faces up to 20 years in prison.

According to Russia's Foreign Ministry, his detention "had nothing to do with journalism."

Most likely it was used as cover for spying.

Time and again, US/Western dark forces were caught red-handed.

Ignoring what's indisputably true, the WSJ "denie(d) allegations from the FSB and seeks the immediate release of...Evan Gershkovich."

With indisputable evidence against him after being caught in the act, he'll be tried, convicted and imprisoned longterm for his criminal actions.

Last October, Vladimir Putin authorized local governments to deal with security issues.

It was done to preserve public order, aid industrial production and protect vital infrastructure.

Hegemon USA and its Western vassals are at war on Russia by hot and other means.

When caught, US/Western spies warrant accountability as the law requires.

Elements like Gershkovich are spies for the empire of lies masquerading as journalists.

When caught, their diabolical activities are over.

Gershkovich won't see the light of day outside of imprisonment for years.

Reprinted with the author's permission.

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