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‘She VANISHED’ – Grandmother of second Salisbury suspect Alexander Mishkin DISAPPEARS – Express.co.uk
Putin allegedly gave Skripal poisoning suspect hero’s award – The Guardian
Putin ‘decorated’ second Salisbury poisoning suspect – Radio New Zealand
Skripal suspects believed to have followed him in Czechia long before attempted poisoning – Radio Prague
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Salisbury poisoning suspect was ‘awarded top military honour by Putin’ – euronews
British website identifies Skripal poisoning suspect as a Russian military doctor – CBC.ca
Skripal, suspects visited Czech Republic in 2014 – Guardian (blog)
My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms from the previously arranged dead drops. – 9:06 AM 10/10/2018
Poisoning suspects `tracked Sergei Skripal in Czech Republic in 2014´ – Daily Mail
Russian Novichok Suspects Shadowed Skripal In Prague, Report Says – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Russian spy chief ‘taken ill’ as Putin carpets him over novichok debacle – Express.co.uk
Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning: BBC journalist – Reuters
Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Reuters
Reuters: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Kyiv Post
Russian website Fontanka identifies third Skripal suspect as Sergey … – The Times
Third suspect in Salisbury Novichok attack named by Russian news … – Evening Standard
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Russian Website Names Third GRU Officer Involved in Salisbury … – The Moscow Times
Novichok attack: Third man was involved in attempted Skripal assassination, website claims – Express.co.uk
The Postcards from Skripal: Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia pictured in Salisbury Zizzi restaurant… – 12:10 AM 10/12/2018
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‘She VANISHED’ – Grandmother of second Salisbury suspect Alexander Mishkin DISAPPEARS – Express.co.uk
 


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‘She VANISHED’ – Grandmother of second Salisbury suspect Alexander Mishkin DISAPPEARS
Express.co.uk
The website revealed on Monday night that Alexander Mishkin, who entered the UK under the alias Alexander Petrov, is a trained military doctor employed by the GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency. It was also reported he was made a Hero of the …
Researchers identify second suspect in nerve agent poisoning as Russian intel officerWTVD-TV
Full report: Skripal Poisoning Suspect Dr. Alexander Mishkin, Hero of Russiabellingcat
Skripal Suspect Boshirov Identified as GRU Colonel Anatoliy Chepigabellingcatall 92 news articles »

Putin allegedly gave Skripal poisoning suspect hero’s award – The Guardian
 


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Putin allegedly gave Skripal poisoning suspect hero’s award
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Bellingcat suggested he might have been picked to ensure the poison was applied to Skripal’s front door handle in a way that prevented self-poisoning. Traditionally, officers working in Russian intelligence’s secret “poisons factory” in Moscow have 
Suspect in poisoning of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal is military doctor, report saysUSA TODAY
Russian doctor behind Sergei Skripal nerve agent attack given Hero of Russia award by PutinTelegraph.co.uk 
Skripal attack: Second Russian Salisbury suspect namedBBC News
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Second Suspect in Skripal Poisoning Identified as Russian Intelligence Doctor, Says ReportTIME
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Putin ‘decorated’ second Salisbury poisoning suspect – Radio New Zealand
 


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Putin ‘decorated’ second Salisbury poisoning suspect
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Outlining in detail how it identified the Salisbury suspect as Dr Mishkin, Bellingcat said it had pieced together his identity using various databases online, including telephone and car insurance records, and later obtained copies of his passport and 

British Investigator: Putin Lied About Suspects in Salisbury Poisoning – Voice of America
 


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British Investigator: Putin Lied About Suspects in Salisbury Poisoning
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The founder of the British investigative group Bellingcat says Russian President Vladimir Putin lied when he said he had never met either of the two suspects in the novichok poisoning attack in England. Two Russian agents are believed to have traveled  
Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoningReuters

‘She VANISHED’ – Grandmother of second Salisbury suspect Alexander Mishkin DISAPPEARSExpress.co.uk 
Suspect in Salisbury poisoning receives hero’s honor in Russia, Bellingcat saysKXLH Helena News
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Skripal suspects believed to have followed him in Czechia long before attempted poisoning – Radio Prague
 


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Skripal suspects believed to have followed him in Czechia long before attempted poisoning
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The suspected perpetrators of the Novichok attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal reportedly visited the Czech Republic in 2014, at the time when Skripal himself was in the country, allegedly helping the Czech counter-intelligence service 
Second Skripal Poisoning Suspect Identified as Dr. Alexander Mishkinbellingcat
Salisbury poisoning: Russian doctor identified by Bellingcat as second Skripal suspectCNN Internationalall 123 news articles »

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Salisbury poisoning suspect was ‘awarded top military honour by Putin’ – euronews
 


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Salisbury poisoning suspect was ‘awarded top military honour by Putin’
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Investigative webste Bellingcat has claimed that the second suspect in the Salisbury poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal is a Russian doctor who received a top military honour from President Vladimir Putin. Read full article … 

British website identifies Skripal poisoning suspect as a Russian military doctor – CBC.ca
 

British website identifies Skripal poisoning suspect as a Russian military doctor
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The second of two Russians who Britain blames for the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal was named by investigative website Bellingcat as a military doctor for Russia’s GRU intelligence service. The website identified him as 39-year-old … 

Skripal, suspects visited Czech Republic in 2014 – Guardian (blog)
 


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Skripal, suspects visited Czech Republic in 2014
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Investigative group Bellingcat on October 9, 2018 identified the second suspect in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal as a doctor employed by Moscow’s GRU military intelligence service. “We have now identified ‘Alexander Petrov’ to be 
Czech Media Claim Salisbury Poisoning Suspects Spied On Skripal In Czech Republic In 2014UrduPoint Newsall 10 news articles »

My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms from the previously arranged dead drops. – 9:06 AM 10/10/2018

Spread the Knowledge1          1Share My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but the contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms or “wirelessly” from the previously arranged dead drops (in cathedrals or public squares, for example).  This is further illustrated by their “near meeting” in Prague in 2014 reported by the … Continue reading“My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms from the previously arranged dead drops. – 9:06 AM 10/10/2018”
Poisoning suspects `tracked Sergei Skripal in Czech Republic in 2014´ – Daily Mail
 


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Poisoning suspects `tracked Sergei Skripal in Czech Republic in 2014´
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British police say the two suspects were agents from Russian military intelligence unit GRU, and that they used a Soviet-made nerve agent Novichok to poison Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia on March 4. Russia denies wrongdoing and the Czech … 

Russian Novichok Suspects Shadowed Skripal In Prague, Report Says – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
 


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Russian Novichok Suspects Shadowed Skripal In Prague, Report Says
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British authorities allege that the two Russians smeared a Soviet-designed nerve agent called Novichok on the front door of Skripal’s home in the English city of Salisbury on March 4, the day the former Russian intelligence officer spy and his daughter 
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Russian spy chief ‘taken ill’ as Putin carpets him over novichok debacle – Express.co.uk
 


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Russian spy chief ‘taken ill’ as Putin carpets him over novichok debacle
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VLADIMIR Putin left the head of his GRU spy agency in “ill health” after a carpeting over the bungled Salisbury novichokpoisoning, it emerged yesterday. The furious Russian president tore into Colonel General Igor Korobov, 62, for the “deep 
New Report Claims To Identify 2nd Suspect In Novichok PoisoningNewsChannel5.com
Second Suspect Accused of Novichok Poisoning in Salisbury Outed To Be Medical Officer with Russia’s GRULatestLY
We should be asking for answers about the Skripals and Bellingcat – and not just from RussiaThe Independentall 125 news articles »

Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning: BBC journalist – Reuters
 


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Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning: BBC journalist
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LONDON (Reuters) – The Russian website @fontankanews has named a third GRU military intelligence operative, Sergey Fedotov, as having been involved in trying to kill ex-spy Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, the BBC’s Mark Urban reported. A general view … 

Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Reuters
 


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Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning
Reuters
LONDON (Reuters) – The Russian news website Fontanka named on Wednesday a third GRU military intelligence operative, Sergey Fedotov, as having been involved in trying to kill ex-spy Sergei Skripal in the English city of Salisbury. The website said …
British Investigator: Putin Lied About Suspects in Salisbury PoisoningVoice of America
‘She VANISHED’ – Grandmother of second Salisbury suspect Alexander Mishkin DISAPPEARSExpress.co.uk 
Putin ‘decorated’ second Salisbury poisoning suspectRadio New Zealand
 
Suspect in Salisbury poisoning receives hero’s honor in Russia, Bellingcat says

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Reuters: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Kyiv Post
 


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Reuters: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning
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Reuters: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning. By Reuters. Published Oct. 10 at 10:25 pm. Eliot Higgins, founder of online investigation group Bellingcat, speaks to the media on College Green in London on Oct. 9 

Russian website Fontanka identifies third Skripal suspect as Sergey … – The Times
 


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Third suspect in Salisbury Novichok attack named by Russian news … – Evening Standard
 


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Third suspect in Salisbury Novichok attack named by Russian news  website 
Evening Standard
A third suspected member of the hit squad behind the Salisbury nerve agent attack has been named, according to a respected Russian news website. Sergey  
Novichok attack: Third man was involved in attempted Skripal …Express.co.uk
Skripal Novichok assassins may have had an accomplice who flew …The Sun
Russian Website Names Third GRU Officer Involved in Salisbury …The Moscow Times
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 Fedotov, 45, reportedly travelled to the UK on the same day as the two suspects already charged … 

The Prospect Podcast #54: Who was Sergei Skripal? A conversation with Mark Urban – Prospect
 


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The Prospect Podcast #54: Who was Sergei Skripal? A conversation with Mark Urban
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The historian, author and BBC commentator Mark Urban discusses his new book on the former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, who was poisoned in Salisbury, along with his daughter. Who was Skripal, who tried to kill him and why? Plus, Alex Dean on politics … 

Russian Website Names Third GRU Officer Involved in Salisbury … – The Moscow Times
 


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Russian Website Names Third GRU Officer Involved in Salisbury …
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The Fontanka news website named on Wednesday a third GRU military intelligence operative, Sergey Fedotov, as having been involved in trying to kill ex-spy …
Third suspect in Salisbury Novichok attack named by Russian news …Evening Standard
Skripal Novichok assassins may have had an accomplice who flew …The Sun 
Russian media claims another suspect in Skripal case112 International (blog)
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Novichok attack: Third man was involved in attempted Skripal assassination, website claims – Express.co.uk
 


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Novichok attack: Third man was involved in attempted Skripal assassination, website claims
Express.co.uk
A THIRD man was involved in the Novichok attack on Russian double agent Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, a Russian investigative website has claimed – but police probing the assassination attempt have declined to comment on what a spokesman said …
Russian website Fontanka identifies third Skripal suspect as Sergey FedotovThe Times
Skripal Novichok assassins may have had an accomplice who flew in and out of UK on the same dates as two GRU …The Sun
Scotland Yard finds third suspect in Skripal casehttps://en.crimerussia.com/
Evening StandardThe Moscow Times
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The Postcards from Skripal: Ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and daughter Yulia pictured in Salisbury Zizzi restaurant… – 12:10 AM 10/12/2018

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“Off The Rails?”

Of course not. The problems have to be formulated, analyzed, understood, comprehended, and addressed. 

But first of all and most of all, this is the overarching strategic condition: 
Restore the  Great WW2 Alliance. This might be the most suitable and viable design for the modern security architecture. 
The Alliance had its own difficulties at that time, it should work better now, and there are very powerful forces which do not want it to be restored and functioning. And lately, Skripal and his shenanigans might have been the very significant part of these forces. 
Driving the multiple wedges between the Allies was the logical Abwehr’s strategy which they pursued with the fanatical and dogged persistence, and this simple but effective strategy continues to be the same to this day. 
Consider the revision of the military doctrine in which “the West” is painted as the main “enemy”, reject this doctrine in both the spirit and the letter. Russia is the inseparable part of the Western Civilization, History, and Culture.
The most recent (last 20-25 years) phenomenon of the open, cynical, self-destructive, Mafioso Oligarchic Robbery of Russia is an Abomination. Address these issues, work together on eradicating the Global Organized Crime which came to play a certain role in the modern Intelligence Operations. These “by necessity” ties corrupt the Intelligence Organisations visibly and invisibly, it seems to me. Ziz iz not the Leftist position, this is the common sense position. 
The important, screaming “gaps in strategic intelligence” have been acknowledged and they are been addressed in order of importance. 
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Anytime a clandestine agency is in the global headlines on a daily basis, something strange is going on. That has certainly been the case with Russia’s military intelligence agency, known by its former abbreviation, the GRU.

British intelligence identified two suspected GRU agents as the culprits in the March nerve-agent poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, setting off a chain reaction of revelations about one of the men, identified as GRU Colonel Anatoly Chepiga, and his likely involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine and the 2015 assassination in Ankara of Chechen rebel commander Abdulvakhid Edelgiriyev.

On October 4, authorities in the Netherlands released a trove of information on an alleged GRU operation in that country aimed at hacking and disrupting international organizations including the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and the Dutch investigation into the 2014 downing of a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet over the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine.

The most emblematically risible piece of evidence was a taxi receipt showing that one of the men had traveled to a Moscow airport directly from GRU headquarters.

In addition, suspected Russian agents have been busted in Norway, Estonia, Greece, and Montenegro in recent months.

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Writing in The Guardian on October 5, Moscow correspondent Andrew Roth called the developments “embarrassing.”

“The exposure of several consecutive European operations should raise questions about whether Russian military intelligence is being intentionally provocative or has simply gone off the rails,” Roth wrote.

Russian state-controlled and state-friendly media have widely reported official denials of any government involvement in the alleged incidents and have denounced them collectively as a new wave of “spymania.”

The Vesti nightly news report for October 5 was typical, arguing that the new accusations were both a “pretext” for imposing new, already planned sanctions against Russia and a bid to unify a fractured West on the cusp of the United Kingdom’s expected withdrawal from the European Union.

But, in other searches for explanations to the onslaught of revelations, some observers have speculated that the GRU was being undermined by another Russian security agency such as the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR) or the Federal Security Service (FSB).

The GRU has benefited financially and in terms of prestige from the Kremlin’s conviction that Russia is engaged in a hybrid confrontation with the West, the argument goes, and other security agencies want a bigger piece of the action.

“I have heard many conspiracy theories along the lines that this is a struggle between the FSB and the GRU, but this is impossible,” Roman Dobrokhotov, editor of The Insider, a Russian publication that partnered with the open-source investigations group Bellingcat to publish many of the recent revelations, told Current Time TV. “It is just that people are trying to rationalize all this — they think it can’t really be so absurd. But for one thing, there is a famous maxim that you should never use a conspiracy to explain something that can be explained by incompetence. And this maxim applies to Russia even more strongly than in any other country.”

Dobrokhotov noted, for example, that his investigations had revealed recently that a GRUagent had sent money to a group in Serbia that was being used to carry out a coup in neighboring Montenegro using Western Union. And he used the address of GRUheadquarters on the delivery order.

Vladimir Frolov, a political analyst who is believed to have been a Russian intelligence agent involved in the handling of notorious FBI double agent Robert Hanssen, made a similar point for the website Republic.ru.

“Of course there have been no attempts by the Russian special services to somehow ‘undermine the GRU‘ by planting information in the media about military spies,” he wrote. “This is a popular myth. The Russian special services are in stiff competition with one another, but no one is going to settle matters by committing high treason or exposing state secrets.”

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Part of the explanation for the GRU‘s lapses might lie in the nature of the organization itself. It is a large military operation that is ultimately controlled by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, one of President Vladimir Putin’s closest and reportedly politically ambitious friends, and Chief of the General Staff Valery Gerasimov, who has become the public face of Russia’s doctrine of “hybrid war.”

“Because Shoigu is ambitious, he’s increasing GRU operations abroad to make the Defense Ministry a bigger player in Russian foreign policy,” Russian security analyst Andrei Soldatov told The Telegraph in September.

Mark Galeotti, a nonresident fellow at the Institute of International Relations in Prague and an expert on Russian organized crime and the security forces, wrote in July that the GRU is emerging from a long funk that it endured under former Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov.

“The GRU is back,” Galeotti wrote. “Its budgets are buoyant, its confidence high and its role in international operations reflect its relatively aggressive, military mind-set, where accomplishing the mission is more important than avoiding risks.”

Journalist Dobrokhotov says the GRU‘s rapidly expanding agenda may partially explain its current embarrassing lapses.

“I think it has to do with personnel issues and that there isn’t money to properly train people,” he told Current Time, which is run by RFE/RL in cooperation with VOA. “They don’t have the proper resources. They send the same agents, who have already let the country down, out on new assignments a second time. It would seem to be pure chaos, just a mess. The whole world has learned the word ‘Novichok.’ Now it is time for foreigners to learn the word ‘bardak’ [mess]. It is the best description of what is going on.”

The agency, like the Defense Ministry as a whole, clearly seems to be having trouble coming to grips with the sheer amount of information publicly available on the Internet. In 2014, when the Kremlin was denying all involvement in the conflict in eastern Ukraine, researchers at Bellingcat and elsewhere had no difficulty finding photographs on social media posted by Russian soldiers and boasting of their activities in Ukraine.

Using open sources, Bellingcat has been able to put together a narrative about the shooting down of the MH17 passenger jet in July 2014 that runs circles around the various, often contradictory theories put forward by the Russian Defense Ministry itself.

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Other observers, though, are not so sure the incompetence theory explains the situation entirely. In recent years, the Kremlin has seemingly perfected the tactic of throwing out masses of theories and purported evidence and salacious stories as a way of confusing the information space and diverting attention.

As late as October 1, for instance, the mass daily tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda, probably Russia’s most broadly influential newspaper, published an interview with an anonymous “university instructor” who supposedly knows the alleged GRU agent in the Skripal case who is known as “Aleksandr Petrov.”

Petrov, the unidentified source said, is a Kremlin-connected businessman who provides high-ranking officials with “miracle supplements” that are not available in Russia.

Still other commentators have been reminded of the common practice of the Soviet-era KGB of sending intimidating signals to targets. Russian rights activist and former Soviet dissident Viktor Davidoff posted on Facebook that he left Moscow four years ago after returning home one day and finding bits of wire and melted solder on the floor of his apartment.

“Someone was installing eavesdropping equipment and was doing it dirty [intentionally],” he wrote.

In this context, the Kremlin could see the exposure of its overseas efforts not as weakness, but as evidence of its multipronged activity. The tip of the iceberg, so to speak.

New York Times London correspondent Ellen Barry touched on this idea in an October 5 post on Twitter.

“Lots of talk today about GRU incompetence, but it’s equally true that they’ve been getting away with an indefinite number of similar operations for an indefinite period *without* getting caught,” Barry wrote.

Current Time TV correspondent Yegor Maksimov contributed to this report

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Ben Wallace, the Minister of State for Security, made the remarks on the potential threat from terrorist groups during a national security summit, when he discussed the potential threat of terrorist groups using deadly toxins to kill. He told the meeting:

“As I speak, terrorists continue to explore new ways to kill us on our streets. Chemical and biological weapons are marching in closer. They have developed and worked on a better arsenal, and we have to be prepared that might come to our streets here.

“Be under no doubt the threat is real. Our open, liberal and free societies are easy prey to those that fear little and care even less.”

Wallace said the security services were undergoing a “gargantuan” struggle to prevent such attacks taking place, reports The Times.

His comments come months after the chaotic government response to a state-sponsored chemical weapons attack in Salisbury, England, in March. Men believed to be officers of the Russian GRU military intelligence bureau used the Cold War-era nerve agent Novichok in an assassination attempt against a Russian defector and his daughter.

Although the agents were not successful in killing the pair, the Novichok agent they used hospitalised a police officer and contaminated several sites in the city.

The response by the British government, police, and public health bodies to the failed attack saw a number of shortcomings, including residents in Salisbury being advised by Public Health England (PHE) that there was no risk to the public despite photographs circulating in the national media of soldiers wearing full hazardous material suits and breathing masks decontaminating the area.

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Other areas in Salisbury were only quarantined days later, and it took over a week for government advice for locals who may have been exposed to the deadly agent to wash their clothes and shoes to be issued. Regardless, PHE maintained the risk to the public was minimal.

Despite the reassurances from the government, the decontamination effort was discovered to have been a failure when one man was subsequently killed by Novichok, four months after the initial attack. Charlie Rowley found a discarded bottle of the nerve agent, disguised as a perfume bottle, which the police investigation and army decontamination mission had failed to remove.

Rowley gave the bottle as a gift to his girlfriend Dawn Sturgess, who was killed by the chemical. Rowley was also hospitalised but survived.

The failure to properly contain the Salisbury attack, despite it being a targeted assassination attempt against two individuals, may raise questions over the ability of Britain’s security services to protect the public against a mass-casualty attack using chemical or biological weapons.

A risk matrix maintained by security agencies and the Cabinet Office suggests the chances of a terrorist group being able to weaponise Chemical, Biological, Radiological, or Nuclear (CBRN) materials remains low, and less sophisticated attacks which are easier to plan but harder for police to intercept remain more likely.

Nevertheless, there have been a number of high-profile attempts, both successful and foiled, and Wallace’s comments signal a change in attitude towards the capabilities of terror groups by the British government. Among those attacks most present in the minds of counter-terror operatives is the successful chemical nerve agent attack on the Tokyo subway in March 1995.

A religious cult released liquid sarin onto trains on three lines, which was able to evaporate and come into contact with over 1,000 passengers. Ultimately, there were 12 fatalities. Agence France Press reportedthe terror-inducing scene of the attack, which it said left a “psychological scar” on the nation of Japan, and described as:

Images from the time show soldiers sprinting up escalators and stairs, carrying unconscious victims slumped on their backs.

Hundreds of ambulances screamed through the streets and helicopters landed on busy roads to evacuate the injured to some 90 hospitals.

Passers-by and medics administered life-saving heart massages on pavements as others stood by, their eyes streaming with tears, either from grief or the effects of the toxin.

Others lay on the ground shaking violently but there were not enough people to attend to them immediately.

Responding to Ben Wallace’s comments on potential chemical weapon attacks, Britain’s most senior counter-terrorism officer Neil Basu said:

“These things have been used on the battlefield, and what’s used on the battlefield will eventually be adapted to be used on domestic soil… I think he [Mr Wallace] is as concerned as I am that these are the kind of threats that we’ve got to take seriously and we’ve got to make sure that we have the right preparations to counter that threat, should it appear.”

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Special counsel Robert Mueller achieved a major victory for his Trump-Russia investigation on Wednesday when a California man investigated by his office pleaded guilty to a felony identity fraud charge and was sentenced to six months in prison and six months of home confinement.

28-year-old Richard Pinedo admitted in February that he unknowingly sold stolen bank accounts to Russian internet trolls, who in turn used that information to purchase internet advertisements with the plan of disrupting America’s political discourse during the 2016 presidential election, according to Politico. In his statement to the court, Pinedo accepted “full responsibility” for what he did and asked for leniency on the basis of his cooperation with Mueller’s investigation and the fact that he has received threats since his involvement in the Russian meddling became public.

“Never did it cross my mind that the services I was providing would be used in crimes at the highest level,” Pinedo told U. S. District Judge Dabney Friedrich in a statement. He claimed that his life had been turned “upside down” and argued that he was worried about his physical well-being because “every knock on the door comes with anxiety about who it may be.”

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Pinedo may have actually received the leniency that he sought from the court, as Politico reported:

While Friedrich’s sentence was the longest Mueller has obtained, it was on the low end of the sentencing guideline recommendations. Still, Pinedo’s attorney had asked that his client get no prison time. Mueller’s prosecutors let the judge factor in other cases of similar caliber and didn’t recommend any specific sentence.

“This is a very difficult case,” Friedrich said as she ticked through how Pinedo had “opened the door” for Russian actors to upend an American presidential election and made between $40,000 to $95,000 on the transactions from 2014 to 2017.

She also considered Pinedo’s immediate admission of guilt when FBI agents came to his home and the grand jury testimony delivered to help Mueller’s investigation in Washington, D.C.

“I can tell you are genuinely remorseful for your actions,” Friedrich said.

This was the second major win for Mueller since the start of the month. Last week, convicted former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort met with Mueller’s team as part of his cooperation agreement. Although a source close to Manafort said after the initial plea hearing that “the cooperation agreement does not involve the Trump campaign. … there was no collusion with Russia,” the agreement itself required Manafort to “cooperate fully, truthfully, completely and forthrightly with the Government and other law enforcement authorities identified by the Government in any and all matters to which the Government deems the cooperation relevant.”

President Donald Trump has denounced the Manafort investigation from its inception, characterizing it as a “witch hunt” against his administration that had no factual merit. He has persisted in making this claim despite the convictions and guilty pleas of many people connected to his campaign including George Papadopoulos, Michael Cohen, Michael Flynn, Rick Gates and Manafort himself.

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A man identified as Alexander Petrov at Gatwick airport in England on March 2. Investigative group Bellingcat reported Monday that he is actually Alexander Mishkin, a doctor working for the Russian military intelligence unit known as GRU. (Metropolitan Police/AP)

One of the most satisfying moments in any spy thriller is when the bad guy — the black-hat operative who has been killing and tormenting his adversaries — does something dumb and gets caught. That’s essentially what’s been happening recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s pet spy agency, the GRU.

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A man identified as Alexander Petrov at Gatwick airport in England on March 2. Investigative group Bellingcat reported Monday that he is actually Alexander Mishkin, a doctor working for the Russian military intelligence unit known as GRU. (Metropolitan Police/AP)

One of the most satisfying moments in any spy thriller is when the bad guy — the black-hat operative who has been killing and tormenting his adversaries — does something dumb and gets caught. That’s essentially what’s been happening recently with Russian President Vladimir Putin’s pet spy agency, the GRU.

What’s fascinating about the GRU revelations is that they seem to reflect an aggressive pushback after several years in which Putin (chiefly through the GRU) launched recklessly aggressive covert actions against the West. The West is retaliating (at least in part) with public information that blows GRU covers and operating methods and, frankly, makes them look clumsy and incompetent.

These disclosures are the latest in a string of disasters for the GRU, a military spy service known for its panache and daring. Now, we should add sloppiness to that list of operational trademarks. The GRU’s spycraft occasionally looks closer to TV’s Maxwell Smart than John le Carre’s vaunted fictional spymaster, Karla.

The latest exposé of the GRU’s not-so-secret tradecraft came Tuesday, when a British investigative group shredded a layer of the lies surrounding Russia’s attempt to poisonformer agent Sergei Skripal in March. It was the equivalent of the tough guy in the trench coat getting caught with his undershorts around his ankles.

Bellingcat, as the group calls itself, presented photographic evidence showing that a suspect in the Skripal attack, who the Russians had claimed was a tourist named Petrov who worked in the sports nutrition business, is really a GRU doctor named Alexander Mishkin. Last month, Bellingcat had exposed another suspect, whose cover identity was Ruslan Boshirov, as GRU Col. Anatoliy Chepiga.

The most detailed exposures of GRU tradecraft came in a Justice Department indictmentthat was unsealed Oct. 4, in tandem with supporting statements from Britain and the Netherlands. The indictment, which named seven GRU officers, included details about Russian spy operations that could have been collected only by the CIA and National Security Agency and its foreign partners. (Three of the Russians had also been named in July’s indictment of 12 GRU officers for meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.)

Last week’s indictment is a treasure trove for spy mavens. One GRU hacking operation sought to sabotage the World Anti-Doping Agency’s effort to punish Russia for systematically drugging its Olympic athletes; a second, chilling GRU hack stole information from Westinghouse about advanced U.S. nuclear-reactor technology. A third targeted two investigations of the Novichok nerve agent used in the Skripal hit, one by an international chemical weapons group in The Hague and another by a chemical laboratory in Switzerland. These were brazen operations, but they were also messy.

The dry pages of the indictment reveal tradecraft secrets that could animate a half-dozen spy novels. The GRU operatives used spoof websites to “spearphish” victims into revealing login information (creating a “westinqhousenuclear.com” site, with the misspelled “q,” for example). They made payments in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. (Weren’t those supposed to be untraceable?) They used malware tools with names such as “Gamefish,” “Chopstick” and “X-tunnel.” They dumped their hacked information by sending direct messages on Twitter to 116 reporters and exchanging emails with 70 journalists.

For the past few years, the CIA, NSA and FBI have watched as hackers and whistleblowers (perhaps with a helping hand from Moscow) revealed the agencies’ hacking techniques. For U.S. intelligence officials, revenge is a dish best eaten cold.

The most astonishing disclosure came from the Dutch, who caught four GRU officers red-handed in The Hague as they were hacking the headquarters of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons. As Dutch intelligence officers intervened, “the conspirators abandoned their equipment,” including a backpack and other gear that revealed techniques and a string of other operations, according to the indictment. The Dutch even found a taxi receipt showing that a member of the team had left the rear entrance of the GRU headquarters in Moscow and headed to the airport.

The implicit message in all of this: If you hit us, one of the ways we will retaliate is by exposing your operatives, sources and methods. There are other reprisals underway, but these public disclosures undermine the GRU’s operational capabilities. And they must make the Russian spy service wonder: What else do the Americans and their allies know? If agent A is blown, then what about his colleagues B, C and D?

The CIA and its foreign allies don’t normally like to divulge secrets like these, because they reveal how much they know about their adversary. The revelations are a public warning to Putin: Knock it off; you’re more vulnerable than you think.

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