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Ex-FBI informant admits Russia was source for Hunter Biden dirt

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Prosecutors revealed new details about Alexander Smirnov, the former FBI informant charged with lying about the Bidens’ dealings in Ukraine.

They said Smirnov admitted that Russian intelligence officials were involved in passing him a false story about Hunter Biden.

Smirnov reportedly met with Russian spies as recently as November-December 2023 and is “actively peddling new lies that could impact US elections.”

Prosecutors argued Smirnov should remain jailed given his “extensive and extremely recent” contacts with Russian intelligence, from whom he could get help fleeing prosecution.

They noted his previous false allegations targeting Joe Biden as a presidential candidate in 2020 continue to impact US politics.

“It targeted the presumptive nominee of one of the two major political parties in the United States. The effects of Smirnov’s false statements and fabricated information continue to be felt to this day,” prosecutors said.

“Thus, Smirnov’s efforts to spread misinformation about a candidate of one of the two major parties in the United States continues,” prosecutors wrote.

The revelations raise concerns about foreign election interference through the spread of disinformation.

“What this shows is that the misinformation he is spreading is not confined to 2020,” they wrote.

“He is actively peddling new lies that could impact U.S. elections after meeting with Russian intelligence officials in November. In light of that fact there is a serious risk he will flee in order to avoid accountability for his actions.”

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