Vladimir Putin became increasingly paranoid. Fearing that he might be poisoned, the Russian president made an unprecedented decision: he fired all Kremlin staff.
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As a result, more than 1,000 people lost their jobs last month, including laundry workers, secretaries and cooks. This information was revealed by American journalist Craig Copadas, who discovered everything from intelligence sources.
According to the journalist, the current Russian leader will have staff to taste his food before he eats it. “Putin fears intelligence assessment”Copetas mentions in an article published in Daily Beast.
Poison, the preferred method of Russian secret services
Over time, many of his enemies Vladimir Putin They drank poison. Craig Copadas reminds us that this is the preferred method of assassinating Putin’s secret services.
Alexander Litvinenko, a former dissident agent, died in 2006 in London from polonium poisoning. In 2018, former Russian spy Sergei Skribal, who was in the UK, survived after drinking poison with the neurotoxin Noviciok.
In 2020, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny escaped a new attack on Russian services.
Who is Craig Copadas?
Craig Copetas, who has worked in journalism for nearly five decades, has worked for several prestigious publications, including The New York Times, Harper’s Magazine and Inc. Magazine.
At one point, the American was active in Moscow. In 1990, he received the New York University School of Journalism Award for Outstanding Reporting in the Soviet Union.
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