The CIA began recruiting Russians through newspapers

The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) began recruiting Russians dissatisfied with the special operation in Ukraine through newspapers.

Deputy Director of the CIA, David Marlow, has published a message Wall Street Journal: “We are looking all over the world for Russians who hate this as much as we do. We are open for business.”

Marlow said the CIA’s priority is “Russian businessmen and the military who are dissatisfied with the sanctions.”

“The United States now has tremendous opportunities to recruit new Russian agents into its ranks,” said Marlowe.

Experts say that after the “partial mobilization” quite a lot of those who worked for the CIA in one way or another fled Russia. And US intelligence began to experience not only a shortage of information, but also obvious problems with the introduction of disinformation. In search of new agents, they do not even hesitate to turn to readers of American newspapers.

Recall that the articles “Espionage” and “Treason” provide for the transfer, collection, kidnapping or storage, to transfer information constituting a state secret to a foreign state, imprisonment from 10 to 20 years and a fine of up to 500,000 rubles .

By the way, the person who committed the crime is exempt from criminal liability if he is timely and voluntarily informed about treason and contributes to the prevention of further damage to Russia’s interests.

By Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at