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Topic - David Rubincam
White House press secretary Jay Carney told reporters on Wednesday that the U.S. has offered Russia “any assistance they might need to counter that threat." The unspoken response that came back: “You can show up, but you’re just going to be window dressing," according to David Rubincam, the FBI’s legal attache in Moscow.
"There were things that they would be more forthcoming on and things that they would just not respond to," Rubincam said of Russian intelligence officials.
Russia has been inconsistent in how much information it shares with the U.S. on counterterrorism issues, said David Rubincam, the FBI's legal attache in Moscow from May 2011 through October 2012.