Even the most dedicated patriots must take wartime news reports with a grain of salt.
Reality check . . . The cold war with the Russians is back on.
Actually, under the leadership of Prez Biden, the US in now a full scale economic war with a nuke power.
Again . . . Don't get it twisted, recent allegations of war crimes perpetrated by Vlad and his homies reveal that the Russians are, in fact, pretty ruthless and very dangerous.
And this passage instructs readers to fear the Russkies on the plains as well . . .
They were on a sophisticated cyber reconnaissance mission to learn about the inner workings of the plant to prepare for a possible precision electronic assault by the Russians.
That is the story that broke March 24, when the U.S. Department of Justice suddenly and somewhat mysteriously unsealed an indictment against the hapless trio. The indictment was filed under seal on Aug. 26, 2021, in the U.S. District Court in Kansas City, Kansas, and lay gathering dust for seven months.
Context matters, and in this case it explains why the Sunflower State and its lone nuclear plant have been woven into a saga laced with John le Carré spy novel overtones.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Over the course of five years, a group of Russian spies targeted the Wolf Creek nuclear power plant in Burlington, Kansas. The Justice Department alleges they were on a sophisticated cyber reconnaissance mission to learn about the inner workings of the plant and prepare for a precision electronic assault.