by Stefan Stanford, All News Pipeline:
All the way back on election day in November of 2016, Sergei Krivov was found just before 7 a.m. lying on the floor of the Russian Consulate in New York. Found unconscious with an unindentified head wound brought on by ‘blunt force trauma’, by the time emergency responders arrived, Krivov was dead. Initial reports said the then-nameless man had plunged to his death from the roof of the Consulate. That story was quickly changed to ‘he suffered a heart attack’. Police officers later called the death ‘natural’ and the case was closed. Three months later, the New York City medical examiner isn’t sure he had a heart attack after all.
According to this November report on the incident from Sputnik, Krivov was a ‘consular duty commander’ at the Russian Consulate. That position is no ordinary security guard. According to other public Russian-language descriptions of the duty commander position, Krivov would have been in charge of, among other things, “prevention of sabotage” and suppression of “attempts of secret intrusion” into the consulate. In other words, it was Krivov’s job to make sure US intelligence agencies didn’t have ears in the building.
While the death of Krivov raised no eyes nor ears from the mainstream media and this is the first we’re hearing about it, a brand new breaking story today makes us ask what is really going on in the global world of politics after the Russian Ambassador to the United Nations was also found dead in New York today.
While two deaths of those working in Russian politics here in America recently might not sound like much, in the last few months alone there have been AT LEAST 6 deaths and possibly 8 among Russian diplomatic channels.
The Russian ambassador to the United Nations, Vitaly Churkin, was recently found dead in New York according to this breaking story and the 2nd video below from Kev Baker in which our videographer asks, has another Russian diplomat been assassinated? Interestingly, Russian president Vladimir Putin had recently ordered extra security measures for Russian diplomats living abroad.
For those who have been paying attention and keeping track, back in December of 2016, 56-year-old Petr Polshikov was discovered with a bullet wound to his head at his home in Moscow. Polshikov’s death came just hours after Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey, 62-year-old Andre Karlov was killed at an art exhibit in Turkey. Back on January 9th of 2017, the Sun reported Russian diplomat Andrey Malanin had been found dead in his home in Athens, Greece. Also, back in January First Post reported that Russia’s Ambassador to India had succumbed to heart failure. Alexander Kadakin was 67-years-old and was awarded the Order of Friendship Russian recently, for his efforts in strengthening and the bilateral ties between India and Russia.
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