Skip to comments.Russian journalists find a phone number in the documents possibly tying him to the GRU (Abbrev.)
Posted on 09/17/2018 4:29:27 PM PDT by BeadCounter
On September 14, the open-source intelligence group Bellingcat and the investigative news website The Insider released passport data belonging to Alexander Petrov, one of the men identified by British authorities as a suspect in the March 4 nerve-agent attack in Salisbury, showing that his passport files contain various top-secret markings that seem to contradict his claims that hes a mere civilian.
Hours later, the newspaper Novaya Gazeta reported that the leaked passport records include yet another piece of evidence linking Petrov to Russias intelligence services: below one marking, the phone number 195-79-66 appears. This number, the newspaper says, is linked to the Russian Defense Ministrys Military Intelligence Directorate.
According to Novaya Gazeta, the automatic telephone station number 195 is tied to Moscows Khoroshkovsky District, which is also home to the headquarters of the Russian Defense Ministrys Military Intelligence Directorate.
(Excerpt) Read more at meduza.io ...
Russian press itself, high chances they, meaning the government, lied about this.
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