A Russiandiplomat found dead on the sidewalk outside the embassy in Berlin is believed by German authorities to have been a secret agent for a Russian intelligence agency. He fell from an upper floor of the Russian embassy building in the German capital.
Bellingcat has identified the individual who fell from a window of the Russian Embassy in Berlin & died as the son of FSB’s Director of the Directorate for Protection of Constitutional Order, the same FSB squad that follows and poisons Russian dissidents.
A 35-year-old was reportedly found dead on the sidewalk below the Russian embassy in Berlin, and his body was spirited back to Moscow before anyone could investigate.
What people are saying?
John White Russia has a shortage of window cleaners so diplomats like to help out, when they can, by cleaning consulate windows. As conscientious as they are they’re not all skilled at this job and so accidents happen. It’s just a normal risk in a diplomats life.
Edgar Kløvfjell Unfortunately Russians working for the State or working against the State, seems to more often and “accidentally” than other nationalities, falling from upper floors, especially out of windows…Thx Oslo Norway.