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With a large diamond stud earring in his left ear and a gold chain around his neck, Mike Ribeiro "looks like a rapper," in the words of coach Adam Oates. But the most important piece of jewelry Ribeiro owns is the ring on his left hand.
An American success story of an immigrant from Kazakhstan who made millions off his Texas export firm took a Cold War-era turn on Wednesday when U.S. authorities accused him of being a secret agent who's been stealing military technology for the Russian military.
"I will speak when I know what's going on," she said.