Another Russian spy has been detained by the US government. According to Mashable:
"The alleged 12th spy, Alexey Karetnikov, was an employee of Microsoft at its headquarters in Redmond, Washington. According to the Washington Post, he was deported to Russia on Tuesday after a judge ordered his removal on Monday. Law enforcement officials say that he was “in the early stages” of his spy work, but had yet to obtain any useful information."
The first 10 spies have been deported to Russia in a rare prisoners' swap, while an 11th spy is still on the loose.
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Reddit user Chestpants12's 9 year old struggled with a bit of homework, so he decided to help his son, Ryan. But instead of keeping things hush, Ryan let it slip that his dad had helped him out. He posted this to Reddit: Read more