What an extraordinary piece of reporting here from on assassinations ordered by Russia: Russia Ordered a Killing That Made No Sense. Then the Assassin Started Talking. (And a clowder of cats)
Do read this. This is what Russia does.
The long arm—and long memory—of Russian intelligence. A gripping, gruesome tale by the brilliant .
"You have a work flow, you write articles. They have a workflow, they murder people.”
“Assassinations happen frequently enough in Ukraine that they are often just blips in the local news cycle... ‘For the [Russian] intelligence services, as bad as this sounds, murdering people is just part of the work flow.’”
"A used bullet": ⁦⁩ dives deep into the murky world of Russian hit jobs and ends up talking with an assassin.
Amazing piece. Reads like a movie.
A chilling read!: Russia Ordered a Killing That Made No Sense. Then the Assassin Started Talking.
Russia assassinated Ukrainian ex-military that advised Georgia during the Russo-Georgian War. They've pretty much become a terrorist state now. They do not deserve the benefit of the doubt on anything.
Russia Ordered a Killing That Made No Sense. Then the Assassin Started Talking.
"You have a work flow, you write articles. They have a workflow, they murder people.” What an astonishing yarn has written here.
Incredible brave reporting + pursuit of truth by I can’t think of a more interesting dinner guest—or a more dangerous one to eat with. Half-joking.😬 He is unweaving a cat’s cradle of chaos...cc
Russia Ordered a Killing That Made No Sense. Then the Assassin Started Talking. - The New York Times
Russia Ordered a Killing That Made No Sense. Then the Assassin Started Talking.