Inside the luxury resorts where Russian spies roamed free for DECADES: Obama’s ‘cold war’ directive shuts down two huge properties in Maryland and Long Island – leaving many angered that they were allowed to exist on U.S soil in the first place

Thursday, December 29, 2016
By Paul Martin

Maryland property is a luxurious 45-acre compound once owned by man who built the Empire State Building
The property is located in Pioneer Point, a peninsula where the Corsica and Chester Rivers meet
The New York property is known as Killenworth, a 49-room mansion once owned by George Dupont Pratt,
Dupont Pratt is the wealthy son of the famous Standard Oil magnate Charles Pratt, who died on May 4, 1891

By Liam Quinn and Ariel Zilber
29 December 2016

The ultra-luxurious secret world of Russian spies living in the United States has been revealed, complete with million-dollar mansions, ‘vodka parties’, and sprawling estates.

The conditions were uncovered after President Obama lifted the lid on two ‘spy bases’ after he ordered operatives out of the country as part of sanctions announced for their alleged role in hacking during the election.

Obama outlined the punishments in a statement released on Thursday, for what he said where the country’s attempts to ‘interfere with democratic governance’ and harassment of U.S. diplomatic officials in Russia.

The President all but named Putin in his statement – saying hacking was ‘ordered at the highest level’.

In the hours since the announcement, further details on the extravagant Russian compounds have emerged, after White House officials said they are: ‘recreational but also used for intelligence activities.’

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