COMEY TO CROSS-EXAMINE WITNESSES?

Mafia State Kills Witnesses

Today, at at the House Select Intelligence Committee hearing, Rep. Trey Gowdy (SC) asked Comey, FBI, and Rogers, NSA, to “… go find all the witnesses (pertaining to the Russian interference in the US presidential elections) and cross-examine them.” He ridiculed the concept of “anonymous” witnesses.

Mr. Gowdy is fortunate enough to be unaware of the Russian tradition of eliminating witnesses.

LATEST SUDDEN DEATHS: UNFORTUNATE COINCIDENCES

  • November 8, 2016 — Sergei Krivov, consular duty commander, found just before 7 a.m. on Election Day, in the NY Russian Consulate, unconscious and unresponsive, with an unidentified head wound. Initial reports said the nameless man had plunged to his death from the roof of the consulate; later he was reported to die of a heart attack.
  • December 19, 2016 — Andrei Karlov, ambassador to Turkey, was shot in Ankara and Peter Polshikov, chief adviser in the Latin American department of the Russian Foreign Ministry, was shot in Moscow.
  • December 26, 2016 — Oleg Erovinkin, former chief of the KGB a general in both the KGB and FSB and chief of staff at Russian state-owned oil company ROSNEFT, mentioned in Steele’s dossier, was found dead in his car in Moscow.
  • February 20, 2017 — Vitaly Churkin, ambassador to the United Nations, died at his desk in New York City. The Office of New York City’s Chief Medical Examiner said it would be unable to “disclose the cause and manner” of the death of Vitaly Churkin.
  • January 9, 2017 — Andrei Malanin, head consul at the Russian Embassy in Greece, was found dead on his bedroom floor.
  • January 26, 2017 — Alexander Kadakin, Russian Ambassador to India passed away at a hospital in Delhi of a heart attack.
Left: Russian President Vladimir Putin (left front), Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov (right front), top left: Viatly Churkin, ambassador to UN. Right: Russian Ren TV appeared to show footage of Polshikov’s body being carried from the crime scene.

RECENT PAST

The Kremlin and former KGB, now FSB, have been using assassinations, kidnapping, poisoning, torture and other methods of physical execution, to silence the opposition and witnesses for decades.

Left: Litvinenko on death bed. Right: Nemtsov’s corpse in a black plastic bag , St.Basil’s cathedral in the back.

Alexander Litvinenko, a former FSB officer specializing in organized crime, suddenly fell ill and was hospitalized in what was established as a case of poisoning by radioactive polonium-210 which resulted in his death on 23 November, 2006. A public inquiry in London concluded in January 2016 that Litvinenko’s murder was an FSB operation, that was probably personally approved by Vladimir Putin.

Boris Nemtsov, the leader of the Russian opposition, received a bullet in the back crossing a bridge from the Red Square on 27 February 2015, three days before the anti-governmental rally he was organizing.

56 journalists were killed during Putin’s stay in power, according to Committee to Protect Journalists.

Family members of the opposition are kidnapped and murdered.

LONG TRADITION

In August — October 1991, in the former USSR, 1,747 party officials owning secret foreign bank accounts committed “suicides,” many by falling out of the windows.

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