Surprising: U.S. took the visa of a TN journalist for being “a spy for Russia”
May 4, 2012
The State Department, in cooperation with the FBI, took the visa to TN journalist Guillermo Lobo as they considered him a spy for Russia.
Like a fable, like a James Bond movie, but true. Since the fall of the Soviet Union, the U.S. struggle to dismantle the extensive spy networks of the former communist nation continues.
As with fellow journalist Daniel Santoro Clarín group, the United States judged from an interrogation that Lobo was a spy, so they will not let him enter the country.
According to the FBI investigation, the reporter went to Spain in 2005 and received in Madrid a false passport to travel to Moscow. There, he received and delivered information, returned to his family and made his return to Argentina, this time with real documents.
Since then, the U.S. follows in the footsteps of Wolf, and suspect that since 1993 working for the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) of Russia.