Intelligence Rebirth: Russian Operations in Europe Intensify Following Ukraine Invasion

Moscow, Russia – Defense experts have noted a rapid improvement in Moscow’s intelligence operations following the invasion of Ukraine. The recent violent assault on Leonid Volkov, a close adviser to the late Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, outside his home in Vilnius, Lithuania, has raised concerns about the resurgence of Russian intelligence activities in Europe. The attack, which left Volkov injured, was believed to be orchestrated by Russian special services, according to Lithuanian intelligence. In …

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Alleged Poison Seller Kenneth Law to Face 1st-Degree Murder Charge as New Intelligence Emerges in Case of Poison Seller

Mississauga, Ontario – Canadian authorities have discovered new intelligence suggesting that Kenneth Law, an alleged poison seller, will face an upgraded first-degree murder charge in connection with a death in Ontario. This significant development signals a shift in how the case is being approached by law enforcement. Law, 58, was initially charged with abetting suicide last year before 14 counts of second-degree murder were added. Toronto-area police have accused Law of operating websites that sold …

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