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This is getting too big to follow all the details but here goes.
In June 2018, Andrey Artemenko tells McClatchy that a few weeks before the November 2016 election, he starts talking with Sater about a Ukrainian “peace” plan. He had begun developing the plan in February with Ukrainian-American billionaire Alexander Rovt and former Rep. Curt Weldon (R-PA).
So this also ties into the Simpson testimony that I posted yesterday that mentioned Curt Weldon. …when I left the Wall Street Journal, one of the reasons why I left the Wall Street Journal was because I wanted to write more stories about Russian influence in Washington, D.C., on both the Democrats and the Republicans. And I had written up a couple cases, the Curt Weldon case, some other cases, and I had talked to some sources, and everyone said the Russians are back, and they are buying influence in Washington left and right, and it’s scary and crazy, and they are trying to bribe all these Congressmen.
And as I posted in another thread about Artmenko: March 2, 2017 Russian Behind Ukraine Meeting Dies. Alex Oronov, 69, a Ukrainian émigré businessman in New York, dies. “The cause of his death remains unknown,” USA Today reports in May. He reportedly had organized the January 2017 meeting among Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen, Felix Sater and Ukrainian parliament member Andrey Artemenko at the Manhattan Loews Regency Hotel about a peace plan for Ukraine. Oronov had been a business associate and the father-in-law of Michael Cohen’s brother, Bryan.
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