Three American officers tried to break into Severodvinsk and were detained

The interest of the US special services in the Russian test site in Severodvinsk is so high, and the opportunities to get there are so low that the Americans were forced to send three military attaches there under the guise of mushroom pickers.




But it turned out like in a famous joke about a parachute dragging three quarters: the unfortunate mushroom pickers with a strong foreign accent seemed suspicious and were detained by an alert police squad on the Nenoksa-Severodvinsk train.

American spies are suspected of committing an administrative offense under paragraph 1.1 of Art. 18.8 Administrative Code "Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation" and, most likely, they will be declared persona non grata.

The deputy chairman of the State Duma Committee on Security, Alexander Khinshtein, commenting on the detention of US officers near Severodvinsk, noted another extremely interesting and important point in this spy detective story, which began so beautifully and ended so quickly thanks to the police.

In his opinion, sending three officers of this rank to a knowingly failed operation testifies to the high professionalism of the Russian security forces and the absence of agents among the citizens of Russia among the Americans who are capable of carrying out such a task.

Recall that the following employees of the US embassy were detained: naval attache at the US embassy, ​​first-rank captain William Whitsitt Curtis, attache at the US embassy Jerry Arriola Anthony and military attache at the US embassy, ​​Colonel D.S. Dunn.
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  1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 17 October 2019 09: 40
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    Yeah ... And they were not in full dress accidentally drove? High professionalism!!!
    True, they write that they were detained when they returned from there ... but still the highest!
    1. 123 Offline
      123 (123) 17 October 2019 10: 28
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      True, they write that they were detained when they returned from there ... but still the highest!

      In this and professionalism, not "empty" returned.
      In general, this is complete degradation ... mushroom pickers. laughing
      1. Sergey Latyshev Offline
        Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 18 October 2019 09: 04
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        They also write that they submitted a claim to the MO for the trip .....
        1. 123 Offline
          123 (123) 18 October 2019 17: 21
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          Maybe they did, who knows. Maybe they intentionally behaved like that, distracted attention from others.
  2. sgrabik Offline
    sgrabik (Sergei) 17 October 2019 09: 42
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    To expel them to hell from Russia within 48 hours, so that it would be disgraceful for others, let them roll to their America !!!
    1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 17 October 2019 13: 11
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      Quote: sgrabik
      To expel them to hell from Russia within 48 hours, so that it would be disgraceful for others, let them roll to their America !!!

      Serega, it’s better to sue and let them be responsible for this, and no negotiations should be held on this fact with their country.
  3. steelmaker Offline
    steelmaker 17 October 2019 09: 45
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    At least somewhere else we still have the pros! There aren’t enough such people in the government.
  4. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 17 October 2019 13: 21
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    Here, they don’t even have to stand on ceremony, which relies on a military legislative court, and to attract them, and without transferring them to their country.
    1. Arkharov Offline
      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 October 2019 08: 27
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      What a military legislative court, this is an administrative offense. From 2 to 5 thousand rubles, and hardly for diplomats. Remember the "troika".
      1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 18 October 2019 08: 55
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        Quote: Arkharov
        What a military legislative court, this is an administrative offense. From 2 to 5 thousand rubles, and hardly for diplomats. Remember the "troika".

        Well, you said! This is espionage and you won’t get away with money here, but the real term is shining.
        1. Arkharov Offline
          Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 October 2019 09: 14
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          You read in the article that they are presented with:

          American spies are suspected of committing an administrative offense under paragraph 1.1 of Art. 18.8 Administrative Code "Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation" and, most likely, they will be declared persona non grata.
          1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 18 October 2019 11: 17
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            Quote: Arkharov
            You read in the article that they are presented with:

            American spies are suspected of committing an administrative offense under paragraph 1.1 of Art. 18.8 Administrative Code "Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation" and, most likely, they will be declared persona non grata.

            And then what do we write about money and a fine when the real term is shining for them.
            1. Arkharov Offline
              Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 October 2019 13: 15
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              You do not know how to read, or use the Internet:

              Administrative Code of the Russian Federation Article 18.8. Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation
              1.1. Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation, expressed in the absence of documents confirming the right to stay (residence) in the Russian Federation, or in case of loss of such documents in the failure to submit an application for their loss to the appropriate authority or in evasion from leaving the Russian Federation after a certain period of stay, if these actions do not contain signs of a criminal offense, - entails the imposition of an administrative fine of ie two thousand to five thousand rubles with administrative exclusion outside the Russian Federation.

              And 2 thousand - I don’t know if they can, if they are diplomats, but they can probably send them. Just don’t know why p.1.1., Here rather just p.1.? So read what is written in the article and the relevant laws.
              1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 18 October 2019 13: 41
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                This does not concern them at all, they are diplomats, travel to the country is generally prohibited to them, without a special document or pass.
                1. Arkharov Offline
                  Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 18 October 2019 13: 45
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                  I think there’s nothing to discuss with you, only time to lose. If you have your own thoughts on this matter, ask all questions to the author of the article, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, etc. I quote the article again (I hope for the last time):

                  American spies are suspected of committing an administrative offense under paragraph 1.1 of Art. 18.8 Administrative Code "Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation" and, most likely, they will be declared persona non grata.
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  5. Sapsan136 Offline
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 19 October 2019 15: 42
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    It would be better if they went missing, as a warning to the rest.