Accuracy in Media Exposes Olympic-Sized Russian Corruption
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Washington, D.C. – As the 2014 Olympics prepare to open in Sochi, Russia, security issues have captured the media headlines, warning of a possible terrorist attack. But the Olympic-sized corruption of Putin and his regime has been given a pass.
In this report you will find about the crackdown on journalists, and violations of human rights in Russia. Have trade agreements made things better, or exposed the inherent problems in working with this country?
“Russia’s embrace of NSA leaker Edward Snowden, who has severely damaged U.S. surveillance activities, also suggests that the Obama/Clinton ‘re-set’ has been a complete failure,” writes Gussack.
Nevin Gussack is available to talk about these issues as the Winter Games begin. To arrange an interview, contact Spencer Irvine at 202-364-4401, ext. 103, or preferably by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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