Russia has secretly used vaccine viruses to spy on the United States for decades, according to a new book.
In the book, “Citizen Spies: How Putin’s Secret Police and Russian Agents Interrogated America” by Nicholas Weaver, former FBI agent and author Robert Hanssen tells the story of how Putin’s secret police used viruses to infect American citizens and spies during the Cold War.
Hanssen told Bloomberg News that Russian agents used the influenza virus that was being tested by the US on Americans to infiltrate US intelligence and spy agencies in the 1960s.
Russian spy poisoned American reporter with virus The CIA was also known to have used viruses in the 1940s and 50s to infect Americans, Hanssen said.
Russian spies infected reporters with influenza viruses to influence public opinion in the early 1950s, according, Hansson.
The virus was first introduced into the US as a vaccine for smallpox in 1939.
But the first US government-sanctioned use of the virus was in 1947 by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), according to the book.
The CIA developed a vaccine against influenza in the 1950s but the vaccine didn’t work, Hansssen said in a statement.
The agency wanted to see if a virus could be developed and produced for its use.
It decided to study viruses to see whether they could be made more effective and, eventually, produce a vaccine, he said.
After an influenza outbreak in 1953, the CIA began testing vaccines against the virus.
The Cold War between the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union was underway at the time.
The Soviet Union had developed its own vaccine, known as T-Virus, which was administered intravenously and injected into the bloodstream.
After the United Nations’ World Health Organization (WHO) approved the T-virus vaccine in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the U.S. government decided to use the vaccine instead of the T.V. vaccine because it was more widely available and cheaper, according.
In 1962, the T virus vaccine was approved by the Food and Drug Administration and became available in 1963.
But because it had only been tested on people, the vaccine wasn’t as widely used.
It wasn’t until 1976 that the government started testing other vaccines on Americans, and by then, the virus had been around for decades.
The first vaccine for influenza was introduced in the U, by the World Health Association in 1948.
Hanssson said he was inspired by an incident when a reporter in the United Arab Emirates received a small dose of T-vector.
The reporter went home and was shocked to find out that the vaccine had already been injected into him.
The journalist, who was also a journalist, wrote a book called “Virus: The Coldest War in Human History,” about the event, according the book’s Amazon page.
The CDC was already using the vaccine in 1949, but it wasn’t widely used because of a lack of data, Hanssdson said.
The vaccine was finally approved in the mid-1950s, but because of the limited number of doses, there wasn’t enough information to test the effectiveness of the vaccine.
The United States used the vaccine on American citizens for a long time, he told Bloomberg.
When a US military unit started vaccinating civilians in the 1970s, they were told to start testing other vaccinations and vaccines on US citizens as well.
The US government was using the virus vaccine on US civilians in Vietnam, where it was tested on some of the first Americans.
The Pentagon also started using it in the Korean War, according Hanssons book.
By the 1980s, T-vaccine had become the most widely used vaccine for the US.
However, the US government began to discontinue the use of T virus vaccines for civilians after the World War II.
After that, the World Anti-Communist League (WACL), a US group, began to distribute T-covirus vaccines.
The WACL was created by US intelligence officials in the 1980’s.
It used T virus viruses to infiltrate the US military and intelligence agencies to spy and monitor Americans, according a press release from the WACF.
A spokesperson for the WACA, which monitors the use and effectiveness of vaccine, told Bloomberg that T virus was never used to spy.
A group of US veterans who served in the military said they were vaccinated with the T vaccines in the 1990s to make it easier for them to receive the vaccines, according Reuters.
But many vets in the group said they still had questions.
What is the true health benefit of the vaccines?
The WACA says the vaccines are not medically necessary for Americans to be vaccinated, according Bloomberg.
The government said in 2016 that the vaccines do not provide any significant benefits over a lifetime.
The World Anti Communist League also claims that the T vaccine was not needed because the US. had no vaccine.
But former Army Capt. Christopher W. Kup