The CBN report on Obama's reset policy which resulted in sharp multiplication of Russian spies in America, a whole gang of which consisting of 11 Russian thugs led by its leader, millionaire Fishenko, was busted on Wednesday by the FBI:
"When the Tejas Taco House in Houston opened Wednesday morning, it was not business as usual. Owner Abraham Solis saw FBI agents on his roof.
"As the documents lay out, Fishenko was trying to evade the export control act by getting classified electronics to the Russian military. That's spying", former Assistant US Attorney Eric Friedberg said.
According to the indictment, Fishenko may have done a lot of damage to national security, "sending hundreds of shipments" containing "thousands of controlled parts to Russia". Authorities estimate up to $ 50 million worth was stolen.
Fishenko apparently thought he could operate undetected in Houston.
"They (Russian spies - KC) are not going to go to a high profile area where the Russians have a high profile like New York or Chicago. They're going to go to a place where they can operate under the radar, and Houston is the perfect place for that", Houston Security Analyst Jim Conway said.
"This is obviously not an effort to just a get a couple of items to reverse engineer them, but the kind of effort to acquire technology in bulk, for deployment in systems", Friedberg said.
The bust comes four years into President Obama's "reset" policy with Russia, and the Moscow Times reported that Russian president was very pleased with Obama's kinder gentler approach. Wednesday's arrests may be one reason why", reports CBN.
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