A suspected Russian troll in the U.S. tries to erase her past
For years, Agata Burdonova had shared nearly every aspect of her life online. That lasted until this past weekend, when a Russian TV news channel outed her as a former employee of a Russian troll factory now living in a suburb of Seattle.
Now Burdonova, 31, appears to be in hiding, and trying to erase her past links to the troll factory.
RAIN-TV, an independent Russian news channel says it confirmed through former employees of the Internet Research Agency, that Burdonova worked at the Internet Research Agency in St. Petersburg, Russia— a subject of the U.S. investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
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