Blowing up Russia: The Secret Plot to Bring Back KGB Power

Blowing up Russia: The Secret Plot to Bring Back KGB Power

Alexander Litvinenko, Yuri Felshtinsky

Language: English

Pages: 204

ISBN: 2:00245857

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Strikingly written and based on Litvinenko’s 20 years of insider’s knowledge of Russian spy campaigns, Blowing up Russia describes how the successor of the KGB fabricated terrorist attacks and launched war to have the unknown Putin - Litvinenko’s former superior at the Russian secret service - elected with a landslide victory.

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was leaked to the press to show that the Akhmadovs and Baraev had protectors in very high places. A number of Moscow newspapers published material stating that Baraev was in Moscow in August 2000, and stayed in a house on Kutuzovsky Prospekt. It had been ascertained that Baraev met with highly placed Russian officials and apparently the cars, which had pulled up at the entrance to Baraev’s apartment, included one bearing the number of head of the president’s office, Alexander Voloshin. Possibly

book is its precise date. We are absolutely convinced that this decree will be promulgated at some time in the near future. If not, then what would be the point of our writing this book? ABOUT THE AUTHORS ALEXANDER LITVINENKO was born in Voronezh in 1962. After graduating from school in 1980, he was drafted into the army and over the next twenty years, he rose through the ranks from private to lieutenant colonel. Beginning in 1988, he served in the counterintelligence agencies of the Soviet

was born in 1951. Lazovsky was one of his secret agents. Suslov officially quit the intelligence service and went into business in 1995, after which he made repeated journeys to war-torn Grozny, Baghdad, Teheran, the Arab Emirates, and other countries in the Middle East. In fact, Suslov was organizing extra-legal reprisals. In order to carry out missions involving acts of coercion and killings, he hired qualified former operatives from special units, in particular from the special missions unit

were convinced that any leak of hexogen from secret defense plants, known only by their numbers was, virtually impossible. Since hexogen was used by the terrorists in large quantities, it would have been easy to determine just who had bought or been given the substance, especially since the experts could always determine exactly where any particular batch had been produced. It was impossible for tens of tons of hexogen to have been stolen. Thousands of tons of TNT-hexogen mixture were kept at

to commit a terrorist act, and carrying out bombings in four cities requires far more than that number. State Duma Deputy Vladimir Volkov also believed that the September bombings were the ork of the secret services: “This is the second time in a row that presidential elections have apparently by accident coincided with a change for the worse in Chechnya. This time the Chechnya campaign was preceded by terrorist attacks in Moscow, Buinaksk, Volgodonsk, Rostov.... But for some reason the bombing

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