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Wednesday August 15th, 2018 12:45PM

LISTEN: Welcome to Putingrad

By Bill and Joel

Go inside the corruption that is Putin's Russia with the only individual ever to collect money from Vladimir Putin's Russia. Franz Sedelmayer talks about this and other interesting stories as he previews his book "Welcome to Putingrad".

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