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On August 9, 1990, two U.S. Embassy employees trying to enjoy a beer at the Mezhdunarodnaya Hotel in Moscow were interrupted by a stranger, who ended up sharing a bottle of wine. The embassy workers would later learn they had come face-to-face with one of the FBI's most wanted: Edward Lee Howard, an ex-CIA officer trained in counter-surveillance who only a few years earlier had outwitted the Bureau to escape the county.
Virginia county sheriff hosting anti-Muslim training by disgraced conspiracy theorist. John Guandolo says Muslims "do not have a First Amendment right to do anything." Now he's instructing law officers.
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