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All right here that this story was this guy verses high a Russian security officials kicking US diplomat Ryan -- out.
Of the country watches video out there accusing him of recruiting for the CIA he was arrested wearing a weird -- waiting to carry a lot of cash disguises.
And other equipment in -- Kellogg's live in London -- too -- -- -- this so what are the latest developments on -- -- Wal-Mart that even -- broad -- -- more serious newspapers here are finding this story bizarre as well.
With some humorous headlines for example the Financial Times saying.
Is blonde and of course that -- a reference to the -- the man.
Arrested had on him now the Americans are not saying anything further today they won't even name him.
As Ryan -- which the Russians have done all that we'll say.
Is that an officer of the US embassy in Moscow was briefly detained overnight on Monday.
The US ambassador to Russia might -- fault was called in for eight to march.
By Russia's Foreign Ministry which is diplomatic speak for the calling in and a member of the foreign government to explain something.
Or to listen to protest about an action.
Or answer some questions now -- -- incredibly media friendly generally in tweets a lot is making absolutely no comment.
About this the embassy generally is not saying anything today and meanwhile lots of analysts Martha are weighing in saying.
Really something here does not add up one was quoted.
As saying that look Russia is the most saturated and top counterintelligence.
Doesn't really make sense that someone would have these wigs sunglasses and an app list of Moscow on them mark has changed how thanks to a -- now about what he was allegedly trying to accomplish that.
Well the Russians have said that he was trying to recruit a counterterrorism expert with knowledge.
Of the caucuses and that is the region that includes Chechnya and Pakistan of course areas.
That the US has been looking very closely at in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
But again there's been nothing more from the US government's.
Apparently also according to the Russians.
This man had on him and noted instruction for the person he was trying to recruit.
With an offer of potentially a million dollars a year if his work turned out to be good.
Now some point out again analysts say that it's odd that Russia has made such a public display of this arrest but Martha frankly.
Some say that could be for public consumption.
For Russia to be able to say it it's people hey look we caught an American -- -- I think interesting Amy thank you there are quite.
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