Admitted Russian agent Butina to be sentenced in U.S., faces deportation

  Reuters 
Admitted Russian agent Maria Butina will be sentenced on Friday by a federal judge after pleading guilty in December to conspiring with a Russian official to infiltrate a gun rights group and influence U.S. conservative activists and Republicans.
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