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The Lure: The True Story of How the Department of Justice Brought Down Two of the World’s Most Dangerous Cyber Criminals by Steve Schroeder

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Chapter 4. The Sting

The Russians were due to arrive in Seattle on Friday, November 10, Veterans Day. In anticipation, the multi-District undercover team began assembling in Seattle the evening of November 8. By the Ninth, the Seattle FBI’s conference room was bustling with activity. In addition to the three Assistant U.S. Attorneys, Mark Califano, Scott Christie, and Steve Schroeder, the FBI had agents present from at least four Divisions. Special Agents represented Connecticut, Newark, and the Santa Ana office of the Los Angeles Division.[1] The Seattle FBI Office was represented by Marty Prewett, Mike Schuler, Melissa Mallon, Milan Patel, and Dana MacDonald, among others. The United States Secret Service was represented by Special Agent Mike ...

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