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and it makes it a Russian agent will be sentenced Friday in the US in December Maria booted up pleaded guilty to conspiring with a Russian official to infiltrate the national rifle association and influence American conservative political activists and Republican politicians , you up for more gun rights the US justice department says the thirty year old graduate of American University in Washington work for a Russian official identified as a deputy governor of the country's central bank %HESITATION Tina pleaded guilty and cooperated with investigators in a court filing prosecutors said booting up quote was not a trained intelligence officer but the actions she took were nonetheless taken on behalf of the Russian official for the benefit of the Russian federation and those actions had the potential to damage the national security of the United States Russia has accused the United States of forcing boot you know to falsely confessed what a foreign ministry spokeswoman called absolutely ridiculous charges the charges against Putin are separate from special counsel Robert Muller is twenty two month probe into alleged Russian interference in the twenty sixteen US election prosecutors have asked booting up be sentenced to eighteen months in prison before deporting her back to Russia Putin as lawyers are asking should be sentenced to time served arguing she's already spent nine months in custody it's not clear when booting up a native of Siberia will be deported but defense lawyers asked the judge to send her home to her family