For those of you that have any doubt whether Russia, their intelligence services, or their current President are waging a second Cold War, give this New York Times article read. Nothing in it is a surprise but there are some things about which I was unaware: Unit 29155 being one. Combined with the numerous assassination of dissidents and reporters in Russia, the bombing of apartment complexes in Russia and blaming it on Chechen terrorists, and the poisoning of Russian dissidents abroad, Putain’s Russia is actually more active and dangerous than were the Soviets when he was a member of the KGB.How a Poisoning in Bulgaria Exposed Russian Assassins in Europe
I thought you might find this op-ed piece by Judge Webster in the New York Times of interest.NY TIMES OPINION By William Webster
I recently received this short rendering of public and congressional attitudes toward the FBI, attitudes within the organization toward management and leadership, and a spike in the number of applicants for the position of Special Agent. I thought I would pass it on as it contrasts with the general view held by the media and other segments of our nation on the morale and the current public view of the FBI.
Best regards, Rusty