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President Obama's official White House photographer has come out with claim that a photograph of Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in Moscow also captured a young undercover KGB officer just an arm's length away from Reagan--one Vladimir Putin.

Pete Souza worked for Reagan long before Obama, and recalls that the crowd's questions for Reagan at the time were unusually pointed. It was common practice for the KGB to plant officers in such situations, but Putin experts aren't convinced.

"Vladimir Putin was a major serving in Dresden and he wasn't important enough at that time to be brought to Moscow," Putin biographer Andrey Piontkovsky told Sky News. He calls the claim "nonsense."



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