6:26 AM 9/20/2022 - M.N.: It increasingly appears that the Wanda Vazquez case is simply a side show and the background for the attack on British PM Liz Truss and her chief of staff Mark Fullbrook. It does look like the Russian (GRU?) operation to bring down her new Cabinet in retaliation for her staunch support of Ukraine. What was the FBI role in all of this?
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Finally, the FBI #FBI is coming to its senses!
Define the #priorities, this is very important.
Do protect the #children but do it sensibly and wisely, do not blow it out of all proportions!
Assign this area to the highly trained specialists.
Consider help to all.
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