Russian Federal Security Service has rescued a life of Ukrainian President
By Ludmila Goroshko
Date: June 10, 2003
Yesterday, the Federal security service of Russia arrested members of the radical Islamic Liberation Party at a Moscow factory where they were in hiding. Besides the operative information, the interception of e-mail became an occasion for arrests. The e-mail has contained the correspondence between the leaders of the Islamic grouping, which coordinated some details of attempt on Ukrainian, Uzbek and Azerbaijan presidents' life.
The purpose of the Russian branch of the radical Islamic Liberation Party was not an establishment of caliphate in territory of Russian Federation, not a dismissal of lawfully elected president Putin and not an act of terrorism in the Kremlin and not an explosion of that factory where they were in hiding. The attempt on a life of Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan leaders was the purpose of extremists.
So, FSS should find out how members of the radical Islamic Liberation Party intended to eliminate presidents of three states CIS by means of trotyl, plastid, and hand grenades.
Computer Crime Research Center
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