Название: Blowing Up Russia: Terror from Within (Second Edition)
Издательство: Gibson Square
Размер: 11,6 Мб
Blowing Up Russia: Acts of terror, abductions, and contract killings organised by the Federal Security Services of the Russian Federation
Blowing Up Russia contains the allegations of ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko against his former spymasters in Moscow which led to his being murdered in London in November 2006.
This book centres around the allegation that acts of terrorism attributed to Chechen Nationalists, including the September 1999 bombings of apartment buildings in which over 300 people died, were carried out by the FSB, Russia's Federal Security Bureau. Thoroughly researched, it highlights glaring flaws and omissions in the official versions of the events and describes numerous other instances of violence and extortion involving members of Russia's security services, as well as attempts by pressure groups and other official agencies to hold those responsible to account for their crimes.
In the book he and historian Yuri Felshtinsky detail how since 1999 the Russian secret service has been hatching a plot to return to the terror that was the hallmark of the KGB. Vividly written and based on Litvinenko's 20 years of insider knowledge of Russian spy campaigns, Blowing Up Russia describes how the successor of the KGB fabricated terrorist attacks and launched a war. Writing about Litvinenko, the surviving co-author recounts how the banning of the book in Russia led to three earlier deaths.
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