Louis Freeh has been hired to investigate stolen Russian cash. But he repped one of the alleged money launderers in another case—alongside Russia’s Trump Tower meeting lawyer.
Michael Weiss is the coauthor of The New York Times bestseller ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror and of The Menace of Unreality: How Russia Weaponizes Information, Culture and Money. He lives in New York.
‘Chris was simultaneously the most glamorous and adventurous person who’d ever walked among us.’
Since the start of the pandemic, the Kremlin has spun out the message that only it can save the world. But sometimes its lies are exposed for the bad jokes they are.
From Birmingham to Richmond, from the polls in Ferguson to dissent at the Pentagon, we’ve had a chance to see what truly does make America great.
The bottom line for spy recruitment comes down to this: look for the losers, especially the ones who want to think they are winners because they hang on to important positions.
With Trump’s permission, Turkey will now ethnically cleanse the Syrian Kurds who fought ISIS on behalf of the U.S., leaving no one to hold off the terror group.
Before Zelimkhan Khangoshvili was taken down with a silenced Glock, he’d thwarted terror attacks and fingered Russian agents. An exclusive interview with his Georgian case officer.