Skip to comments.FSB planning major crackdown [of British intelligence in Russia]
Posted on 02/09/2006 6:52:52 AM PST by Wiz
Investigations of alleged British espionage activities in Russia are continuing. The FSB has been tracking the past movements of the four diplomats it has accused of spying. Visits made last year by one named diplomat to the cities of Kirov and Saratov have sparked an FSB probe of any organisations the individual concerned may have met, as well as anyone connected with the trip. So far, the most exciting 'revelation' seems to have been that some aid money was officially handed over to the local police academy in Kirov.
While no new scandals have yet been uncovered, JID's sources in Moscow warn that in addition to the publicised arrests of two individuals alleged to have worked for British intelligence, the FSB is questioning many other Russians known to have links to either the British embassy in Moscow or to the 12 non-governmental organisations accused of having received funds from the British diplomats. Sources based in Russia point to the "chilling" effect this probe is having in the capital.
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Investigations of alleged British espionage activities in Russia are continuing. The FSB has been tracking the past movements of the four diplomats it has accused of spying.==
Alerged?! Even british don't deny it:).
Those NGOs should avoid dirty money. When FSB found that they are on payroll of British intellegence then obviously thier reputation is damaged. Who is guilty? I think those who gave those money and those who took it.
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