The Russian girl, Maria Potina, recently released by Washington, revealed that the judge and the FBI and prosecutors had apologized to her for unfair trial.
"They (the FBI) apologized to me," she said on Sunday's Channel One television program. Start the trial.
Butina said that the United States does not have any judicial system, and that the judiciary there is working on the principle of "if a person is arrested, we will find the appropriate judgment."
Putina returned on Saturday morning to Moscow, after being released from a US prison, where she spent 18 months, and was greeted by her father and spokeswoman of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.
US authorities arrested Putina in July 2018 in Washington, DC, and local prosecutors charged her with conspiring against the United States, operating as a foreign agent without registering with the agencies concerned, and establishing relations with influential Americans in the country's policies.
After staying in prison, Putina agreed to a deal with the investigation, accepted cooperation in the "conspiracy" case against the United States, and confessed to one of the charges against her in order to speed up her trial and release her.
Source: RIA Novosti