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 Russian Secret Service Plots to Kill Terrorist Leaders Girkin, Bolotov, and Bezler - Advisor the Interior Minister

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine has information that Russian secret services intend to eliminate the militant leaders as unwanted witnesses.

Advisor of the Head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Zorian Shkiriak says about it, Censor.NET reports.

"Basing on the information we have received, we can assume that the Kremlin is ready to "shoot" some leaders of Russian terrorist groups operating in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions of Ukraine," Shkiriak wrote on his Facebook page.

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According to his words, they [Russian secret service] considers such officers of the FSB [the Federal Security Service] - GRU [the Main Intelligence Directorate] as Igor Girkin-Strelkov ("Shooter"), Igor Bezler ("Demon") and Luhansk "governor" Valerii Bolotov.

"The only terrorist leader who retains the ability to return to Russia is Borodai as a personal political strategist of the Kremlin," Shkiriak writes.

He adds that after the monstrous act of terrorism when the Malaysian Boeing was shot down by Russian Air Defense specialists together with Bezler's gunmen, they [the terrorist leaders] became unwanted to the Kremlin as they possess information that may incriminate the President of the Russian Federation. Russian border guards have an order not to let the militants enter the territory of Russia and liquidate them if they try to.

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Shkiriak predicts that the Kremlin may send a special group of GRU (the Main Intelligence Directorate) officers to fulfil the task of killing. Still the assassins may be recruited from the inner circles of Girkin and Bezler.
"To pay for terrorist leaders' assassination, the Kremlin has to promise executors not only money, but also the guarantees that they will be allowed to return to Russia after the Ukrainian forces will totally defeat Russian terrorists, which will inevitably happen," concludes Shkiriak.




 
 
 
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