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The Network has released the identity of the "Russian agent" from protests in the United States

Netizens have disclosed the identity of an American police officer with a tattoo with the word "Russia", which provided security during the protests in Texas.

In early June, this picture appeared in social networks. Journalists drew attention to the unusual tattoo men and jokingly called him a "Russian agent".

One of the users "Vkontakte" found a page of the police on Facebook. He was a resident of Texas Michael Askew.

In the profile of the American stated that he knows Russian language. In 2012 he visited Khabarovsk, and on the cover page is a picture of Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral of this city. The picture shows one of the relatives Askew seen that on his left arm there is a tattoo with the word "Khabarovsk".

On the page of the police there are photos from his wedding, where a prominent poster in the Russian language. Netizens found his wife and Askew — a girl from Russia. Probably, he dedicated a tattoo lover.

From the end of may in many major U.S. cities held protests and unrest in connection with the death of an African-American George Floyd with the arrest by the police. One of the guards, which for several minutes he felt a knee in the neck of Floyd, charged with murder, three others of aiding and abetting the murder.