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The amazing “coincidence:

On March 2, 2018, Friday: Yanukovych Calls For Direct Talks Between Kyiv, Separatists.

The same day March 2, 2018, the “Russian team”: “Boshirov, Petrov, Fedotov”  arrive from Moscow just for 2-3 days. On March 3, Skripal’s daughter arrived. 

It is possible that the team brought the message directly from Yanukovych and/or others confirming that the separatist war in Donbass is over

Hypothetically, Skripal got hysterical and staged his own and his daughters’s poisoning, sending the message back: “YOU POISONED ME!” 

It is very possible that he had secret plans to reunite Russia and Ukraine and to revive the USSR. After his arrest he claimed that he was not bound by any oath because he gave it to the Soviet union, not Russia. 

He probably poisoned himself, and he himself is THE POISON. 

Michael Novakhov

10.10.18

Links

Sergei Skripal – Google News: The Prospect Podcast #54: Who was Sergei Skripal? A conversation with Mark Urban – Prospect

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Sergei Skripal – Google News: The Prospect Podcast #54: Who was Sergei Skripal? A conversation with Mark Urban – Prospect
salisbury novichok – Google News: Third suspect in Salisbury Novichok attack named by Russian news website – Evening Standard
Global Security News: The amazing “coincidence” on March 2 2018, Friday, “Yanukovych Calls For Direct Talks Between Kyiv and Separatists”, at a press conference. The same day March 2 2018 the “Russian team”: “Boshirov, Petrov, Fedotov”  arrive from Moscow just for 2-3 days. On March 3, Skripal’s daughter arrived. – 7:29 PM 10/10/2018
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Russian website names third man involved in Salisbury poisoning – Cyprus Mail
Skripal – Russia News: M.N.: This intimate knowledge of the Russian Passport system and the names of the operatives could come from Skripal himself and/or his associates and connections. | Russian Lessons: Федот, да не тот! Name of third Russian agent ‘sent by GRU to target Sergei Skripal’: Fedotov’s passport number differs by only a few digits. – 3:44 PM 10/10/2018 | The(-)odor “Odor Test”
Salisbury Poisoning – Russia News: M.N.: This intimate knowledge of the Russian Passport system and the names of the operatives could come from Skripal himself and/or his associates and connections. | Russian Lessons: Федот, да не тот! Name of third Russian agent ‘sent by GRU to target Sergei Skripal’: Fedotov’s passport number differs by only a few digits. – 3:44 PM 10/10/2018 | The(-)odor “Odor Test”
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Reuters: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Kyiv Post
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Revealed: Name of third Russian agent ‘sent by GRU to target Sergei Skripal’ – Telegraph.co.uk
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Russian suspect in UK poisoning is hero to his home village – WECT
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Russian Website Names Third Person Allegedly Involved In Skripal Poisoning – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Russian suspect in UK poisoning is hero to his home village – WLOX
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning – Reuters
salisbury poisoning – Google News: Russian website names third GRU officer involved in Salisbury poisoning: BBC journalist – Reuters
salisbury novichok – Google News: Russian spy chief ‘taken ill’ as Putin carpets him over novichok debacle – Express.co.uk
salisbury novichok – Google News: Russian Novichok Suspects Shadowed Skripal In Prague, Report Says – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Russian Novichok Suspects Shadowed Skripal In Prague, Report … – RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Poisoning suspects ‘tracked Sergei Skripal in Czech Republic in 2014’ – Independent.ie
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Poisoning suspects `tracked Sergei Skripal in Czech Republic in 2014´ – Daily Mail
Sergey Skripal – FBI News Review: My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms from the previously arranged dead drops. – 9:06 AM 10/10/2018
Salisbury Poisoning News Updates – FBI News Review: My Hypothesis: “Boshirov-Chepiga – Petrov-Mishkin” were not the poisoners but contacts for Skripal. They picked up and delivered the digital microfilms from the previously arranged dead drops. – 9:06 AM 10/10/2018
Sergei Skripal – Google News: Skripal, suspects visited Czech Republic in 2014 – Guardian (blog)

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“The GRU was described in the meeting, MBK said, as “deeply incompetent,” “infinitely careless,” “morons,” and people that “would still wear the budenovka” — a phrase that means being outdated. The budenovka was a military hat worn in the late 1910s and early 1920s, shortly after the Russian tsar was deposed.”

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Skripal poisoning suspects’ explanation does not add up
 

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The explanation offered on Russian television on Thursday by the men known as Ruslan Boshirov and Alexander Petrov for their trip to London and Salisbury throws up as many questions as answers.

The men – leading suspects in the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia – say they were so keen to visit Salisbury cathedral that they travelled to the city on two consecutive days.

On Saturday, March 3rd – which the British authorities claim was the date of a reconnaissance mission – they got to Salisbury train station but say they were driven back by snow, even though local newspaper pictures show people going about their business with little difficulty. They were less than a mile from the cathedral – perhaps a 12-minute walk – but say they could not get there that day.

The next day they accept they may have been close to the house of Sergei Skripal at the time his home was sabotaged with nerve agent, although his address is about 3km from the cathedral – their supposed destination in Salisbury and nowhere near other attractions they say they were interested in, including Old Sarum and Stonehenge.

WHY DO BOSHIROV AND PETROV SAY THEY WERE IN THE UK?

They claim they were in the UK for pleasure rather than business. They arrived on Friday, March 2nd, and say the UK was gripped by transport chaos. That is true – Storm Emma had met the so-called Beast from the East, causing a blast of heavy snow. More than 1,900 flights to or from UK and Irish airports were cancelled. In Wiltshire, a major incident was declared.

WHY DO THEY SAY THEY DECIDED TO VISIT SALISBURY?

Petrov said their friends had been suggesting for a while that they visit the “wonderful” city of Salisbury. The pair said the initial plan had been to make a day trip. “One day in Salisbury is enough. There’s not much you can do there,” said Petrov. “It’s a regular city. A regular tourist city,” said Boshirov.

WHAT DO WE KNOW OF THEIR MOVEMENTS ON SATURDAY, MARCH 3RD?

The British authorities have said the pair left their hotel in east London and arrived at Waterloo station in the capital at 11.45am, where they caught a train to Salisbury and arrived at about 2.25pm. They were in Salisbury for just under two hours, leaving at about 4.10pm. Why such a short stay?

Petrov said the pair had planned to visit not only the cathedral but Stonehenge and the ancient settlement of Old Sarum, which is north of the city centre.

“We wanted to walk around the city but since the whole city was covered with snow, we spent only 30 minutes there,” said Petrov. “We were all wet.” He added: “It didn’t work out because of the slush. The whole city was covered with slush.” Petrov said they returned to the station and spent about 40 minutes there drinking coffee in the station cafe. “We were drenched up to our knees,” added Boshirov.

The account makes little sense. The cathedral is only 1.2km from the train station – a walk of about 15 minutes. They could easily have strolled there in the half hour they said they spent there. There was snow on the ground but people were going about their business.

The Salisbury Journal’s live blog showed that by the time the pair were there, the snow on city centre pavements was sparse.

SO WHERE WERE THEY IF THEY COULDN’T MAKE IT TO THE CATHEDRAL?

British counter terrorism police have said they believe the March 3rd visit was a reconnaissance mission. But the police have only released one image from Salisbury on the Saturday – the men at 4.11pm at the railway station, about to return to London. No images or timeline have been issued of the men’s movements around Salisbury that day. The British police have not said if they were seen near the Skripal house.

THEY SEEM WELL-INFORMED ABOUT THE CATHEDRAL?

Petrov takes the lead on his description of the cathedral: “It’s famous throughout Europe and, in fact, throughout the world, I think. It’s famous for its 123m spire. It’s famous for its clock. It’s the oldest working clock in the world.” He later refers to it as the “cathedral of the blessed Virgin Mary”. The phrase is a little clunky and is not commonly used in modern-day Salisbury.

But Wikipedia does use the phrase and gives details about the spire and clock.

WHY DO BOSHIROV AND PETROV SAY THEY RETURNED ON SUNDAY, MARCH 4TH?

They say the snow had melted in London and it was warmer. “We really wanted to see Old Sarum and the cathedral,” said Petrov. They imply that this time they did reach the cathedral and possibly Old Sarum. “The cathedral is very beautiful,” said Boshirov. The pair said they took pictures at the cathedral – and would have been spotted by CCTV cameras there. No images have been released by the counter-terrorism police of them at or near the cathedral. Sources at the cathedral said they have no knowledge of them visiting. They could not have visited Old Sarum – it was closed.

WHERE ELSE DO THEY CLAIM THEY WENT?

They say they visited a park and coffee shop. Mention of a park will prick up the ears of security officials – and Salisbury citizens.

A city centre park, Queen Elizabeth Gardens, was cordoned off and searched after Charlie Rowley and Dawn Sturgess were poisoned with Novichok. The pair had been in the park the day before they fell ill. Police have said they do not know where the pair dumped the Novichok used in the attack on Sergei Skripal’s home.

DOES THE RUSSIANS’ ACCOUNT TALLY WITH WHAT BRITISH POLICE HAVE SAID?

According to the UK authorities, after arriving in Salisbury at 11.48am on March 4th, the men did not go straight to the city centre or the cathedral. They should have turned right into the city if they were on the tourist trail. Instead they turned left and walked directly to the residential area northwest of the city where Skripal lived. They were caught at 11.58am by a CCTV camera at a Shell petrol station on Wilton Road. On the opposite side of the road is a tree-lined path that leads up to the Skripal house on Christie Miller Road. If they went straight to the house and carried out the attack, they would have been at the Skripal front door shortly after noon.

WHAT DID THEY THEY SAY ABOUT THE SKRIPAL HOME. DID THEY GO CLOSE TO IT?

“Maybe. We don’t know,” said Petrov. “Maybe we passed it, or maybe we didn’t,” said his colleague. There is no reason for them to be anywhere near it – it is 3km northwest of the cathedral.

WHAT DID THE PAIR DO NEXT?

About an hour after the attack, at 1.05pm, they were in the city centre on Fisherton Street, according to the British authorities. The police have not given details of how they got there. At this point they were within a few minutes’ walk of the cathedral. There is a gap of about 40 minutes in the timeline the police have provided between when the pair were seen in Fisherton Street and when CCTV footage picked them up at the station at 1.50pm on their way back to London.

Why spend so little time in Salisbury? Again they say they were put off by the snow. “There was heavy rain with snow . . . so we left early,” said Petrov. If they were so keen to get to Stonehenge, they could have made it. At 9.39am English Heritage was tweeting: “We’re looking forward to giving all our visitors a warm welcome to Stonehenge today. We’re open until 5pm with last tickets at 3pm.” – Guardian

Sergei Skripal – Wikipedia
 

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On 4 March 2018, Skripal and his 33-year-old daughter Yulia, who was visiting from Moscow, were found “slipping in and out of consciousness on a public bench”[49] near a shopping centre in Salisburyby a doctor and nurse who were passing by.[50][51] Paramedics took them to Salisbury District Hospitalwhere medical staff determined that the pair had been poisoned with a nerve agent.[52][53][citation needed]The police declared a major incident as multiple agencies were involved.[54] Following the incident, health authorities checked 21 members of the emergency services and the public for symptoms;[55][56]two police officers were treated for possible minor symptoms, said to be itchy eyes and wheezing, while a third, Detective Sergeant Nick Bailey, who had been sent to Sergei Skripal’s house, was in a serious condition.[57][58] As of 11 March 2018, Bailey remained seriously ill but stable.[59] By 22 March 2018, he had recovered enough to be discharged from the hospital.[60] As of 15 March 2018, Skripal and his daughter remained critically ill.[7] On March 29, Yulia was reported to be out of critical condition, ‘conscious and talking’.[11]

Yanukovych Calls For Direct Talks Between Kyiv, Separatists
 

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Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych has called for “direct peace talks” between Kyiv and Russia-backed separatists in Ukraine’s east to end a conflict that has killed more than 10,300 people since April 2014.

At a press conference in Moscow on March 2, Yanukovych vowed to ask the European Union, the United States, and Russia to assist in organizing the talks to reintegrate the territories controlled by the separatists into Ukraine.

“There is only one way to stop the war, which is to start peace talks with the mandatory participation of Donbas [separatists] and international observers,” Yanukovych said.

According to Yanukovych, the law on reintegration of the territories under separatist control recently adopted by Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada contradicts the Minsk peace agreements and “clearly shows” that Kyiv “has no desire to solve the crisis peacefully.”

Russia-friendly Yanukovych fled Ukraine in February 2014 following months of mass street protests in Ukraine and has been residing in Russia since.

Russia’s subsequent seizure of Crimea and its backing of the separatists in eastern Ukraine have triggered waves of U.S. and EU sanctions targeting Russian officials, companies, and economic sectors.

Yanukovych also said at the press conference that in the note he wrote to Russian President Vladimir Putin in February 2014, he never asked Putin to send troops to Ukraine.

“I proposed to hold consultations in accordance with a procedure that is stipulated in the Treaty of Friendship and Cooperation between Ukraine and the Russian Federation,” Yanukovych said.

Answering a question about the investigation of the killings of Euromaidan activists in February 2014 by snipers in downtown Kyiv, Yanukovych placed the blame on the protesters themselves, saying the buildings that the snipers shot the protesters from were under the activists’ control.

Yanukovych has been charged in absentia with high treason, violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity, and other crimes. His trial is under way in Kyiv.

With reporting by TASS and Interfax
Everyone says Paul Manafort’s case has nothing to do with the Trump campaign. Here’s what they’re forgetting
 

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Analysis

President Donald Trump’s defenders responded to the news of Paul Manafort’s plea deal on Friday with the usual refrain: His case has nothing to do with the Trump campaign or allegations that it colluded with Russia in 2016.

They’re wrong. Why? Because they’re overlooking the blackmail factor.

Special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation has painstakingly documented evidence of Manafort’s role in a 10-year scheme involving money laundering, tax evasion and illicit lobbying — crimes that could lead to decades in a prison cell. Given Manafort’s extensive ties to Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs, Russian President Vladimir Putin would almost certainly have had detailed knowledge of Manafort’s transgressions. And that means that, when Manafort was promoted to chairman of Trump’s campaign in May 2016, the Kremlin probably had vast amounts of material it could use to blackmail him. When it was revealed in August 2016 that Manafort had received at least $12.7 million in secret payments from the pro-Kremlin party of Viktor Yanukovych, Ukraine’s ousted president, that alone was enough to end his nascent return to U.S. politics.

The use of blackmail, or kompromat, in the former Soviet Union is as common as beet dishes. Indeed, Putin has cultivated his system of power around selective use of compromising information, especially evidence of financial malfeasance. And its use is reserved not only for his opponents. As the Russian journalist Yulia Latynina once wrote, “To keep kompromat on enemies is a pleasure. To keep kompromat on friends is a must.” The regime’s use of the tactic is so widespread that one scholar of modern-day Russia has described the country as a “blackmail state.”

The use of blackmail, or kompromat, in the former Soviet Union is as common as beet dishes

The gathering of kompromat is an organic process. Rarely is there a long-term strategy behind it; it often functions as a kind of insurance in business or political dealings. Accordingly, to say that the Russian government would have access to kompromat on Manafort is not necessarily to argue that its procurement was part of a sustained, centrally orchestrated campaign. Instead, it could have been casually generated through Manafort’s dealings with Kremlin-connected oligarchs and politicians, as well as Konstantin Kilimnik, his right-hand man, who Mueller has alleged had active “ties to Russian intelligence” through 2016.

Kilimnik was integral to Manafort’s decadelong scheme to defraud the United States. He was a close confidant, business associate, interpreter and someone Manafort often described as his “Russian brain.” In Kiev, Kilimnik was known as “Manafort’s Manafort,” and he probably helped the American lobbyist to use stolen or false Ukrainian identities to set up offshore shell companies that were used to launder some $30 million. Kilimnik ran Manafort’s office in Ukraine, where investigators found forged invoices, including one that billed a Manafort front company $750,000 for hundreds of nonexistent computers. The intimate relationship between Manafort and Kilimnik is perhaps best captured by Kilimnik’s frustrated attempts to contact witnesses in Europe to ensure they would not disclose Manafort’s secret lobbying in the United States, which violated the Foreign Agents Registration Act.

When Manafort agreed to work for Trump for no salary, he reportedly owed Deripaska almost $30 million

Kilimnik was also Manafort’s main conduit to Oleg Deripaska, a sanctioned Russian oligarch within Putin’s inner circle. Kilimnik facilitated Manafort’s failed investments of Deripaska’s money and communicated with Deripaska on Manafort’s behalf when the latter wanted to use his new role as Trump’s campaign chairman to “get whole.” When Manafort agreed to work for Trump for no salary, he reportedly owed Deripaska almost $30 million, including for a $10-million unpaid loan. (It is worth noting that the Justice Department attempted to persuade the oligarch to “give up Manafort” — apparently without success.)

If Kilimnik and Deripaska knew of Manafort’s crimes and crippling financial distress, so did the Kremlin. We can safely assume that Manafort was a compromised man when, on June 9, 2016, he met with a Russian government attorney to, in an ironic twist, receive illicit “dirt” on Hillary Clinton.

But Manafort was not the only person on the Trump campaign vulnerable to potential kompromat possessed by the Kremlin. Like his campaign chairman, Trump has been plagued by self-engineered financial distress. He has grown reliant on money from the former Soviet Union, including Russia. He worked closely with politically connected oligarchs and corrupt business partners. His financial empire is shrouded in the secrecy of hundreds of shell companies. And questions about his tax and bank documents abound. The parallels between Trump and Manafort are many, but they do not end there.

Manafort’s cooperation with Mueller could soon reveal how the Kremlin employed kompromat to attack U.S. democracy, because if Putin had compromising information on the campaign chairman of a major party candidate in a U.S. general election, he would probably put it to use. The same applies to the candidate himself.

— Diana Pilipenko is associate director for anti-corruption and illicit finance at the Center for American Progress

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He Says He’s an Innocent Victim. Robert Mueller Says He’s a Spy.

New York TimesApr 6, 2018
Mr. Manafort’s former client President Viktor F. Yanukovych was … role in a reported effort by Mr. Manafort to contact a Russian oligarch, Oleg V. … chairman of the Trump campaign, Mr. Manafort emailed Mr. Kilimnik … In a court filing last year, Mr. Mueller asserted that Mr. Kilimnik was now based in Russia.

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Christopher Steele, the Man Behind the Trump Dossier

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The dossier had infuriated both Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump by divulging … “You’ve got oligarchsrunning both superpowers,” the friend said. ….. Steele’s possible financial ties to Deripaska recently prompted Senator … (Manafort has been indicted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller on charges of …

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Gates Claims Manafort Did Political Work For Ukraine’s Poroshenko …

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Gates Claims Manafort Did Political Work For Ukraine’s Poroshenko, Who Denies It … Rick Gates, a former campaign official for U.S. President Donald Trump (file photo) … millions in fees, much of which was paid by Ukrainian oligarchs. After Yanukovych was ousted by popular protests in 2014, Manafort’s …
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Manafort trial has Ukraine freshly nervous about Trump – POLITICO

 

https://www.politico.eu/…/paul-manafort-donald-trump-russia-ukraine-viktor-yanuko…

Aug 20, 2018 – Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort arrives at the Albert V. … in Ukraine against officials and oligarchs who lavished Manafort with cash. … former Russia-friendly president, Viktor Yanukovych, and his political party, … potentially linking the country’s current leader to Manafort’sdealings as he …

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Russian charged with Trump’s ex-campaign chief was key figure in pro …

 

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Jul 3, 2018 – Robert Mueller believes Kilimnik is currently in Russia and has ties to Russian … Among Manafort’s clients were Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and other … Viktor Yanukovych, who became the president of Ukraine in 2010.

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He Says He’s an Innocent Victim. Robert Mueller Says He’s a Spy …

 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/…/robert-mueller-kilimnik-ukraine-russia-manafort.html
Apr 6, 2018 – Konstantin V. Kilimnik once worked for Paul Manafort’s political … the Trump campaign’s possible collusion with Russia by asserting in … Mr. Manafort’s former client President Viktor F. Yanukovych was … Mr. Kilimnik also played a role in a reported effort by Mr. Manafort to contact a Russian oligarch, Oleg V.

Manafort First Up As Russia Probe Reaches Trial – RFE/RL

 

https://www.rferl.org/a/manafort-first-up-as-russia-probe-reaches…/29398601.html
Jul 30, 2018 – U.S. President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, will … While questions relating to possible Russian involvement in the 2016 vote … did for a Ukrainian political party and its ousted president, Viktor Yanukovych. … Manafort’s business dealings also included Ukrainian oligarch Rinat …
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Aug 20, 2018 – Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort arrives at the Albert V. … should trigger new criminal action in Ukraine against officials and oligarchs … former Russia-friendly president, Viktor Yanukovych, and his political party, … potentially linking the country’s current leader to Manafort’sdealings as he …

Missing: abwehr ‎skripal

Investigators detail Manafort money from Ukrainian corruption …

 

https://www.cnn.com/2018/06/28/politics/mueller-search…manafort/index.html

Jun 28, 2018 – New court documents in Paul Manafort’s criminal case give the fullest picture yet of what prosecutors say was the former Trump campaign chairman’s financial … of corruption and a Russian oligarch, while he allegedly schemed to … how prosecutors believe former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, …

Missing: abwehr ‎skripal

Russian charged with Trump’s ex-campaign chief was key figure in pro …

 

https://www.cnbc.com/…/russian-charged-with-trumps-ex-campaign-chief-is-key-figu…

Jul 3, 2018 – Konstantin Kilimnik, who is now indicted alongside Paul Manafort on witness … election toward TrumpManafort and Kilimnik pondered the risks to Russia if the … Among Manafort’s clients were Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and other … any proposal for new Manafort business during the campaign.

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Mueller: Paul Manafort may have been Trump campaign ‘back …

 

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Apr 21, 2018 – Prosecutors say they have long suspected former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort of being a back channel to Russia during the election. … Party of Regions, and former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych. … Manafort is also associated with Oleg Deripaska, a wealthy Russian oligarch.

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Salisbury Poisoning 2018 – The News & Times

 

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Is the plot of Yanukovych and his oligarchs to come back to power in Ukraine behind … near Volgograd – Putin secretly met with Yanukovych because of Manafort, – media …. Donald Trump may be drawn into double agent Sergei Skripal’s ‘poisoning’ … <a href=”http://fbinewsreview.org/2018/10/07/the-major-” rel=”nofollow”>http://fbinewsreview.org/2018/10/07/the-major-</a>newabwehrs-coup/ …

Posts | Global Security News – Part 28

 

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8:41 AM 9/19/2018 – Manafort and AbwehrMaybe that’s exactly what … Russia blames Israel after Syria, an ally, killed 15 by downing a Russian plane in a wild … Seth Meyers Skewers Trump Over Paul Manafort’s Plea Deal – New York Times …. His work was in the service of Ukraine’s then-President Viktor Yanukovych, …

Brexit | Global Security News

 

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German Chancellor Merkel has a new rival with powerful supporters: her own spy chief ….. Viktor Yanukovych, a Ukrainian politician, ran a divisive and ultimately … possible cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russian interests. … Manafort signed a contract in 2006 with Russian oligarch and Putin friend Oleg …

Aside – Page 70 – FBI News Review

 

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German Intelligence, Deutsche Bank, Oligarchs, Mafia, and FBI – 6.28.18 … 10:05 AM 6/27/2018 – The “German Hypothesis” Of The “Trump – Russia Affair” ….. Justice Department gives Congress newclassified documents on Russia probe … the revived Abwehr to keep the US out of Ukraine (Manafort – Yanukovich Affair), …

Aside – Page 68 – FBI News Review

 

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Mueller investigation and The “German hypothesis” of the “TrumpRussia scandal”… … Allegations intelligence hybrid war – Google Search Manafort Yanukovych … 8:03 AM 6/30/2018 – German Intelligence, Deutsche Bank, Oligarchs, Mafia, … Skripal was close to consultant who was linked to the Trump dossier | Putin: …
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