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Posted on 04/15/2014 2:12:50 PM PDT by WhiskeyX
It is not ruled out that newly-appointed FSB deputy director Alexander Borodai will seriously take up the apartment bombings in Moscow and Volgodonsk The Russian Federal Security Service (known by the initials FSB) is experiencing a reshuffling. Alexander Borodai was appointed FSB deputy director, responsible for the information policy and special projects; the newly-appointed deputy director will organize the FSBs most delicate operations in the political sphere.
It is rather interesting, but, until recently, Alexander Borodai worked in the editorial office of a Russian patriotic newspaper Zavtra, whose editor-in-chief Alexander Prokhanov is famous for his rather complicated relations with the FSB.
It is not ruled out that, following Alexander Prokhanov, his namesake, Alexander Borodai, will seriously take up the hexogen explosions. To be more precise, he will be working on the neutralization of disclosures made by not unknown Lieutenant Colonel Litvinenko, who, in London, declares that the FSB was involved in the apartment bombings in Moscow. Alexander Borodai was appointed to a new post right on the day when Litvinenko made the statement. Observers think this is a rather interesting fact.
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Rossiya Segodnya (official name: Federal State Unitary Enterprise International Information Agency Rossiya Segodnya; from Russian: Россия Сегодня, Russia Today) is the official Russian government owned international news agency founded by presidential decree on 9 December 2013. Rossiya Segodnya incorporates the former RIA Novosti news service and the Voice of Russia international radio service (formerly Radio Moscow).