Originally posted by PURIFIER
Sounds like a sure kill - undetected, unprovable... I wonder why they went with all this trouble in London a couple of years ago (radioactive)?
Somebody forgot to pass a memo?
Also, posting on ATS, please educate yourself a little, preferably not by 007 movies: In Soviet times KGB was internal investigations only (equal to
FBI) and belonged to Communist Party, GRU was used for outside operations and belonged to Military. Now both of them are replaced by FSB - at least
get the names right!
Although nominally termed the Comittee for internal state security,the KGB was involved in foreign operations also.The KGB could not really be
compared to the FBI as they were not accountable to any Former Soviet governmental department,they were a direct equivalent of both MI5 and the
SIS,conversely GRU,the military intelligence service was principally involved in internal investigations of the Soviet military.
Maybe follow your own advice before castigating another member's post on this topic in such a puerile manner?