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Russia wants America to extradite supposed criminals to the federation, but that could be a bad idea altogether

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Ahead of Joe Biden and Vladamir Putin meeting to discuss a number of things — Russia ‘s Vladamir Putin has openly claimed that he is willing to work with the bewildered American President. Work that some say appears to be yet another case of manipulation by the Russian leader, who, is widely known for his tactics to secure what he wants and then turn his back on others.

Russian State media reports that Putin made the comments ahead of the meeting. Comments that appear to suggest that Putin is ready and willing to extradite supposed Russian hackers (those that hacked the U.S meat plant and the gas line for example) to the United States. For Russia to complete such a mission though, Putin claims that America must be willing to do the same for any Americans or others accused of crimes by Russia.

That last part may be a death sentence for any American or other sent to the federation as Russia ‘s track record of human rights abuses spans nearly greater than that of China. It is widely expected that the two leaders will discuss the issue of ransomware attacks during their coveted meeting in Geneva.


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