Karim Baratov, age 22, is a Kazakh-Canadian who was among those indicted by U.S. prosecutors this week as part of a ring allegedly run by two Russian intelligence agents that engineered a massive breach of Yahoo.
Karim Baratov, age 22, is a Kazakh-Canadian who was among those indicted by U.S. prosecutors this week as part of a ring allegedly run by two Russian intelligence agents that engineered a massive breach of Yahoo. Screengrab/Instagram
Karim Baratov, age 22, is a Kazakh-Canadian who was among those indicted by U.S. prosecutors this week as part of a ring allegedly run by two Russian intelligence agents that engineered a massive breach of Yahoo. Screengrab/Instagram

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