Investigative reporters reviewed thousands of photos and hours of video
International expert and journalist group Bellingcat together with the journalists of “Radio Liberty” found in the public domain photo, which confirms the similarity between the Russian officer Anatoly Caigoy and a suspect in the poisoning of Sergey and Yulia Violin Ruslan Bocharovym. About this writes “Radio Freedom”.
Investigative reporters reviewed thousands of photos and hours of video made by the graduates of the far Eastern higher military command school and a few visitors in the Museum of the history of the school to check out the posted photo of Anatoly Items on the stand “Alumni heroes” at the Museum.
And indeed, the search reporters found in the Museum of the history of DSSCO photo Anatoly Chepiga. The photo, taken during a meeting of the graduates of 2017, clearly shows: Anatoly Chapiha, read his name, surname and patronymic.
It is noted that the photo of the Arm on the stand, the Museum has had in 2014.
It is unknown whether there are any Detail photos in place after the scandalous revelations. To check it is not yet possible, as the Museum of the history of DSSCO closed to foreign visitors.
As reported 5.UA the suspect in the attempted Violinists GRU Colonel Chapiha-“Bocharov” evacuated to Russia Yanukovych. Thus, according to the Russian journalist, a member of the investigation, The Insider, and Bellingcat Sergei Kanev, GRU Colonel Anatoly Chapiha (aka “Ruslan Bashirov”) in early 2014, along with his unit of special forces arrived to the residence of Yanukovych – Mezhyhiria. Already from Kiev Chapiha transported Yanukovych in the Crimea and to Russia. Colleagues Chepiga told the Russian media that Chapiha was awarded the title of hero of Russia for the operation on the annexation of the Crimea. We will add that part > Chepiga in Yanukovych’s escape was confirmed by the head of the MIA of Ukraine Arsen Avakov.
We will remind, in the beginning of March 2018, Sergei Skripal and his daughter was poisoned by Russian combat toxin “Newbie” – they oiled the handle of the front door of their home in the British town Solebar. The British government and the majority of Western countries are sure that this was done by order of the Kremlin in retaliation for the spy-defector.
On 5 September, the UK police gave the names of Russian citizens suspected in the poisoning of Sergey and Yulia Violinists. According to the British law enforcement officers, they are employees of the Russian military intelligence Alexander Petrov, and Ruslan Bashirov. In turn, investigators Bellingcat and The Insider has learned that behind the pseudonym “Ruslan Bashirov” hiding GRU Colonel and hero of Russia Anatoly Chapiha from the Amur region. The villagers of Berezovka have confirmed that “Ruslan Bashirov” similar to their former countryman Anatoly Cephu. The Kremlin has not confirmed this information.