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"Hunting for foreigners." How do the USA seize foreign citizens, including Russians, on the territory of other states

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One of the widely tested tools of American pressure on other countries and constantly emphasizing the significance of the United States in the modern world is the widespread practice of arresting and extraditing foreign citizens at the request of the United States. This problem in recent years has acquired great significance for Russia. It is no coincidence that the Russian Foreign Ministry, summing up the main results of the past 2015 year, noted that Russian diplomats, including, “insisted that the US law enforcement agencies cease“ hunting ”on Russian citizens in third countries” (cit .: Main X / NUMX foreign events / / http://www.mid.ru/foreign_policy/news//asset_publisher/cKNonkJE02Bw/content/id/2003505). If the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the official level already notes the significance of this problem, then it is really extremely serious. In the meantime, before talking about the practice of persecuting Russian citizens by the US special services and law enforcement agencies, you should take a brief look at history.


USA "stepped on the foot" "crocodile baron"?

It is known that the United States of America throughout the twentieth and coming XXI centuries. by all means they strive to assert their political influence in the world, including resorting to the requirements of extraditing politicians, businessmen, military, and even ordinary citizens who, for some reason, did not suit the American authorities. Initially, this practice was applied, primarily, in relation to Latin America. Since the second half of the 19th century, the USA considers the southern part of the Americas and, especially, the countries of Central America (the “isthmus” and islands of the Caribbean) to be its “fiefdom”. In this connection, any political activity on the territory of these countries that is in conflict with American interests is highly negatively assessed by Washington. Measures of a punitive nature act immediately. So, at the end of 2015, the United States demanded that Honduras extradite Honduran politician and entrepreneur Jaime Rosenthal to American justice. Jaime Rolando Rosenthal Oliva is eighty years old. He comes from a rich and influential family of immigrants of Jewish descent who settled in Honduras and played an important role in the political and economic life of the country. Rosenthal has a fortune of 690 million dollars and is the owner of one of the largest crocodile farms on the continent with livestock in 10 000 crocodiles. Of course, both Jaime Rosenthal himself and his relatives are difficult to suspect of communist or anti-American sentiment. But, nevertheless, an elderly Honduran politician "for some reason" was required by the American law enforcement agencies.

October 7 2015 American bank accounts owned by Jaime Rosenthal and his relatives - 50-year-old son Yani Rosenthal and 46-year-old nephew Yankel Rosenthal Antonio, were arrested. The formal reason for this is the accusation of the Rosenthal family of money laundering, criminally acquired money, namely, the receipt of income from drug trafficking. But is it worth doubting that in no way the alleged involvement in the drug business was the real reason for the demand to issue Rosenthal? Jaime Rosenthal was a member of the Honduran National Congress in 2002-2006, and at the end of 1980's, from 1986 to 1989, he served as vice president of the country. Rosenthal himself hopes to prove his innocence in court: “We will win in court, because these accusations are false. We will struggle hard and hope that the truth will prevail with God's help ”(http://secretmag.ru/news/2015/10/13/rozental/). It is necessary to understand that Rosenthal and his activity did not please the American leadership. But it is very strange. After all, Honduras has long remained one of the most reliable American satellites in Central America. Unlike Guatemala, El Salvador or Nicaragua, the USA had practically no problems with Honduras. In particular, a powerful partisan communist movement, which would be comparable in importance to the fronts of them, has never been formed here. Farabundo Martí in El Salvador and the Sandinista front in Nicaragua. Honduran politicians of pro-American orientation, to which, without any doubts, Rosenthal could have been attributed until recently, have done a great deal of merit. What is behind the requirement of its issuance? It is possible that the reason for all - "financial offense." He did not share with someone, did not pay taxes, and so on. But the fact of the demand from a sovereign state to issue the policy of the "first echelon", which was once the second person in the country, is impressive. The United States, by the way, shows that it retains the role of a “host” in Central America. Apparently, a criminal case was opened against Jaime Rosenthal and in Honduras itself - an elderly entrepreneur is accused of tax evasion - in the near future he can still be arrested and extradited to American special services.

Capture Noriega. To kidnap the president, the United States launched a war

It should be noted that, until now, the conclusion of the former dictator of Panama, Manuel Noriega, who was captured by 26 years ago, in early January 1990, is still serving his sentence. 11 February 2016, he should be 82, he was born in 1934. The very life of Noriega is quite typical for a Latin American political leader of the second half of the twentieth century. He graduated from military school in Peru and in 1962, he began serving in the National Guard of Panama with the rank of junior lieutenant. Then he rose to the captain's shoulder straps and became the battalion commander. In the 1968 year, being already a major, he supported the military coup of General Omar Torrijos and was appointed to the post of commander of the military zone in the province of Chiriqui. In December, 1969 of the year headed the Directorate of Military Intelligence and Counterintelligence of the General Staff. Naturally, all this time Noriega actively collaborated with the American intelligence services - without this, he could not get high military posts in Panama, the former one of the US satellites. It is known that in 1967, he even began to receive a salary from American intelligence. For obvious reasons, after the death of Omar Torrijos in a plane crash in 1981, he headed the general staff of the armed forces of Panama, and in 1983 he became the commander of the Panama National Guard, then the commander of the National Defense Forces of Panama. Thus, by 1983, Noriega actually concentrated the highest power in the country - in Panama, as in many other countries of the region, the military elite played a crucial role in political life. But in the second half of 1980's. Relationship Noriega and the American leadership significantly deteriorated. The reason for this was the growing ambitions of the Panamanian leader (officially his post was called the “Supreme Leader of the National Liberation of Panama”) and the transition to an overly independent policy. Most of all, the United States was worried about the possibility of nationalizing the Panama Canal zone - it was for this that General Omar Torrijos, the predecessor of Noriega, who perished in a strange disaster, spoke out. The United States feared it as a fire — after all, the economic and political losses from the nationalization of the Panama Canal would have been disastrous for Washington.

After Panama, under the leadership of Noriega, began to strengthen friendly relations with neighboring Nicaragua, where the Sandinistas were in power, the American leadership decided that Noriega no longer satisfies American interests. These suspicions intensified after Noriega refused to grant the territory of Panama for subversive activities against Nicaragua in 1987. In particular - for the bases of the Nicaraguan counterrevolutionaries "Contras". Relations between the United States and Panama have deteriorated. In June, the 1987 Foreign Minister of Panama, Habadia Arias, has become so impudent that he sent a diplomatic note of protest to the US Secretary of State, in which he expressed his displeasure with the US interference in the internal affairs of the Panamanian state. Washington could not tolerate such "arrogance" on the part of a small Latin American country. In July, the 1987 The US government officially announced the cessation of former military and economic assistance to Panama. Simultaneously, work began on the overthrow of Manuel Noriega. The US government has resorted to its favorite pressure mechanism - accused the Panamanian dictator of drug trafficking and money laundering. However, Noriega had or did not have any involvement in the drug business - a minor question, it is important that American intelligence services became interested in Noriega’s alleged criminal activities only after Panama’s foreign policy contradicted American geopolitical interests in Central America. In February, the 1988 The US Department of Justice's Anti-Drug Administration has filed charges of drug trafficking and a number of other criminal offenses, including extortion, against the commander of the National Defense Forces of Panama, General Manuel Noriega. A Florida court has “established” that Manuel Noriega is a member of an organized criminal group that extorts and transports drugs from South American countries to the United States. Thus, the American special services openly accused the former ward of drug trafficking and money laundering - as we see, this is a “duty accusation” to intimidate Latin American politicians. In March, the 1988 The United States imposed a ban on the provision of any assistance to Panama, in April 1988. increased military contingent in Panama on 1300 military personnel, and in May 1988 appealed to Manuel Noriege with a proposal to leave Panama and give up power in exchange for the removal of charges of drug trafficking. Manuel Noriega refused the American offer, after which in April 1989. US economic sanctions against Panama were introduced. In May, the 1989 2000 of American servicemen were also sent to the country, ostensibly to “ensure the safety of American citizens”. In fact, the US government conducted open preparations for the impending invasion. In parallel, however, used other methods. So, October 3 1989 a group of Panamanian officers, which received the support of the American special services, attempted to carry out a military coup in the country in order to remove Noriega. The conspirators were headed by officers who underwent military training in the United States and, most likely, were recruited by the American special services while they were still studying - Major Moises Giroldi Vega, Colonel Ou Wong and Lieutenant Colonel Palacios Gondola. However, government forces managed to crush the resistance of the rebels. Major Vega was killed, 9 conspirators died, and 37 soldiers who participated in the coup were arrested. After that, Noriega conducted an investigation, a number of Panamanian officers were shot on charges of treason. At the end of October 1989 Panama deported a group of Americans from the UPI news agency - they published materials that discredited the Panamanian policy. 15 December 1989, General Manuel Noriega, speaking in the Panamanian parliament, said that the country is at war with the United States. At the same time, a number of provocations were undertaken - for example, the Panamanian soldiers (it is possible that they received the task) shot the American lieutenant of the marines, and wounded another officer, his wife - raped him.

Around 1: 00 20, December 1989 of the year began a US military operation against Panama, in which the 26 000 of the US military was involved. They had to crush the resistance of the 12-thousandth Panama Defense Forces. Naturally, the parties were completely unequal in terms of strength, armament, and level of training. Already in the morning of December 21, American troops seized the building of the General Staff of the Panama Defense Forces. Nevertheless, Noriega armed the population of the country through trade union organizations, which appealed to Panamanian citizens to continue the armed struggle against the American aggressors. The fighting in Panama, the capital of the country, lasted several days. The US military blocked the entrances to the embassies of Cuba, Nicaragua, Peru and Libya, because they feared that Noriega would be able to hide in the territory of the embassy of any of these countries and receive political asylum. In the end, Noriega really fled to the embassy - not only Cuba or Libya, but the Vatican. After that, the United States appealed to the Vatican with the requirement to issue a Panamanian leader. The embassy of the city-state was cordoned off by the US military, and through special speakers at a deafening loudness began broadcasting rock music. It became impossible to stay in the Vatican Embassy and, in the end, 3 in January 1990 in Noriega itself went out to the Americans and surrendered. In the meantime, this orgy continued in Panama. The Americans released several hundred criminal offenders from prisons, which led to a sharp deterioration in the criminal situation in the city. On the other hand, hundreds of Panamanians who resisted the American invasion were arrested. Approximately 300-500 civilians in Panama died as a result of the actions of the American military. Opposition leader Guillermo Endar Gallimani, who 10 February 1990 decided to disband the Panama Defense Forces, became the country's new president. The family of Manuel Noriega - his wife, three daughters and granddaughter - were able to escape thanks to the help of Cuba, in whose embassy they hid until March 1990, after which they left for Cuba and then to the Dominican Republic, where they received political asylum.

"Hunting for foreigners." How do the USA seize foreign citizens, including Russians, on the territory of other states


American aggression against Panama was the first example of the armed invasion of the American army under the slogan of "restoring democracy". The head of a sovereign state, disagreeable to the United States, was armed by force captured in the capital of his country. Nevertheless, all countries of the world, including the Soviet Union weakened by Gorbachev’s policy, “swallowed” this spit of American imperialism in the face of humanity. Manuel Noriega was flown by an American helicopter to the US Air Force base in the Panama Canal zone, from where he was transported to the United States. 10 July 1992. An American court sentenced 58-year-old Norieg to 40 years in prison for drug trafficking and extortion. At the same time, Jesuit had taken into account the collaboration of Noriega with the CIA in his younger years - during this episode, the Panamanian general was “cut off on time” and eventually gave 30 years of imprisonment. At the same time, Noriega officially had to serve his sentence as a prisoner of war, which eliminated the possibility of his extradition to a third party. But after 17 years after his arrest, in August 2007, the United States spat on international rules for the second time. Manuel Noriega was extradited to France, where a French court back in 1999 filed accusations in absentia of money laundering and drug smuggling to the Panamanian dictator and sentenced him in absentia to seven years in prison with confiscation of bank accounts. In 2010, the city of Noriega was transported to France, but already 11 in December, 2011 was extradited from France to Panama - there he was to “sit down” the term. After all, back in 1995, the pro-American court of Panama sentenced Noriega in absentia to 20 years in prison for organizing political assassinations. From now on, Noriega is serving a sentence in El Renacer (Revival) prison in Gamboa, Panama.

Bout's case

The seizure of Manuel Noriega is the most famous and blatant example of the “hunt” of American special services for objectionable citizens of other states. Meanwhile, less scandalous arrests of foreign citizens on behalf of American law enforcement agencies are much more common. The satellite countries of the United States absolutely meekly give out to American “justice” not only foreign nationals found on their territory wanted by American special services, but also their own citizens who are disagreeable to the United States. Trying on the role of the “world gendarme”, the United States appropriated the right to arrest, judge and impose sentences on foreign nationals. No exception and citizens of Russia. According to Konstantin Dolgov, the authorized representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for Human Rights, Democracy and the Rule of Law in an interview with the newspaper Izvestia, 22 knows a similar case regarding citizens of the Russian Federation. The case of the Russian citizen Viktor Bout received the widest publicity.

Recall that the Russian businessman Viktor Anatolyevich Bout, born in 1967, since the beginning of the 1990s. was aviation broker. Since 1993, he resided in the United Arab Emirates, and his airline transported a wide variety of cargoes - mainly in third world countries. In 2001, Bout had to leave the Emirates and move to the Russian Federation. However, already in 2002, the UN banned Bout from moving, and in 2005 the United States demanded to freeze all its accounts and the accounts of enterprises and citizens associated with it. In 2006, then President of the United States George W. Bush signed a decree to freeze Victor Bout's assets. The formal reason for this was the accusation of Bout of activities threatening the implementation of American policy in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In 2008, the United States resorted to its favorite tactic, employing specialists from the US Drug Enforcement Administration. They lured Victor Bout to Bangkok, posing as Colombian rebels from the FARC (Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia - Army of the People) - ostensibly in order to enter into supply transactions weapons, after which 6 March 2008. Viktor Bout was detained by Thai police. A warrant for his arrest was issued by a court in Thailand, who accused Bout of helping Colombian "terrorists", who introduced themselves to US intelligence officials. However, 11 August 2009 Thai court refused to extradite Viktor Bout to the United States because he did not have the proper amount of evidence of guilt. In addition, a Thai court found that the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia are not a terrorist, but a political organization. However, the refusal to extradite to the United States did not lead to the release of the Russian citizen. 2 September 2009 Mr. Victor Bout was refused release on bail. A long “bargaining” between Thailand and the United States began, which ended not in favor of the Russian. 20 August The 2010 Court of Appeals of Thailand decided to grant the US request for the extradition of a citizen of the Russian Federation Viktor Anatolyevich Bout.



16 November 2010, Viktor Bout, accompanied by six employees of the US Drug Enforcement Administration, was flown by a special flight to the air base of the US National Guard in the city of Newburgh, 60 km. north of new york. So a citizen of the Russian Federation was in the hands of American intelligence services. Soon the court of the Southern District of New York chose in relation to Bout as a preventive measure, detention at the Temporary Detention Center on Park Row. The Russians were placed in complete isolation, in solitary confinement. Walks were banned. In these terrible conditions, Viktor Bout spent 15 months. On October 11, 2011 was launched a lawsuit against Viktor Bout, and on November 2, a jury of the jury unanimously convicted Victor Bout. 2011 On April 5, a federal court in New York sentenced citizen of the Russian Federation Viktor Bout to 2012 years in prison. The arrest and detention of Viktor Bout in the USA caused a wave of protests in the Russian Federation itself. Thus, in Moscow and St. Petersburg, a number of pickets were held outside the buildings of the US Embassy and American consulates, demanding the extradition of Viktor Bout to his homeland, to Russia. However, at the present time, Viktor Bout continues to be in an American prison.

Russian pilot - in an American prison

Another high-profile case involving the detention of a citizen of the Russian Federation on the territory of a “third country” and its subsequent extradition to American law enforcement agencies is the arrest of the Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko in Liberia. A native of Rostov-on-Don, Konstantin Vladimirovich Yaroshenko was born in 1968, after graduating from the Krasnokutsk civil aviation school, he worked at the Rostov helicopter plant as a co-pilot of the An-32. Since 1998, periodically engaged in freight and passenger traffic in several African countries. 28 May 2010, Konstantin Yaroshenko was arrested in Liberia by members of the local special service, the Liberian National Security Agency. As in the Booth case, the Colombian rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia again appeared in the Yaroshenko case. Initially, the Liberian authorities accused the pilot of preparing a large shipment of cocaine for transportation. Two days after the arrest, 30 May 2010, Yaroshenko was handed over to employees of the US Drug Enforcement Administration. There was no doubt about that, given that Liberia is one of the key US satellites in West Africa - Liberian statehood was created at one time with the direct participation of the United States, and “American repatriates” from the United States — African Americans — became the backbone of the Liberian political and economic elite moved to Liberia. The pilot was brought from Liberia to the United States. Four other people were arrested along with him - Chigbo Peter Umeh, Jorge Ivan Salazar Kasatno, Nathaniel French and Kudufia Mavuko. They were citizens of Nigeria, Colombia and Ghana. American justice has accused Yaroshenko of preparing for the shipment to Liberia and Ghana of three batches of cocaine weighing a total of 4 tons and worth 100 million dollars. Suppliers of cocaine, according to the Americans, were the militants of the left-wing radical organization FARC - Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia.

7 September 2011 American court sentenced Konstantin Yaroshenko to 20 years in prison, and in June 2013 the appellate court refused to consider the appeal in the case of Yaroshenko. It is significant that Yaroshenko was not even accused of transportation, but of preparing to transport cocaine from Colombia to Liberia and Ghana. Why, in this case, was the pilot arrested by the US authorities and convicted in the United States? After all, it would be more logical to investigate this matter to the law enforcement agencies of Liberia or Ghana. Meanwhile, the American court explained the need to convict Konstantin Yaroshenko in the United States very strange: “as a pilot and a businessman, I agreed to supply aircraft, pilots and crews that were to be used to ship cocaine from South America to Liberia, as well as from Liberia to others items in west africa. He realized (!) That part of this cocaine from Liberia would later be imported into the United States, so we can conclude that he was involved in a conspiracy to import cocaine to the United States worth more than 100 million dollars "(http: // www. pravda.ru/world/northamerica/usacanada/17-02-2014/1192643-udav-0/).



American journalist and writer Stephen Landman believes that the pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko was a victim of political intrigues of the United States of America, so he can rightfully be considered a political prisoner of the United States. Landman reports that according to his data, Yaroshenko was demanded to testify against Viktor Bout, but he refused to do so. “There was no weapon. No money passed from hand to hand. But it did not matter for the so-called American "justice," Lendman brings his resume under the high-profile case of Viktor Bout (http://www.pravda.ru/world/northamerica/usacanada/17-02-2014/1192643-udav-0/). Thus, Russian citizens have added to the list of political prisoners in the United States, which, according to Landman, far more than one hundred people - here are activists of opposition political organizations of the left-radical and right-radical orientation, and human rights activists, and military personnel or officials who tried to tell the truth about the “underworld” American politics. Although formally there are no political prisoners in the United States, and the States themselves position themselves as the most important fighter for human rights and democracy, in fact hundreds of people receive gigantic sentences in US prisons, are subjected to psychological and physical abuse. As American lawyer Stan Willis noted, the American authorities in their country “practice injustice with a capital letter” - they are imprisoned and subject to slow painful death of people whose whole fault lies in purely political disagreement with the existing American regime. The Russians detained by the American authorities, Viktor Bout and Konstantin Yaroshenko, were no exception.

The theme of the use by the American government of methods prohibited by international law in relation to its political opponents, prisoners of war, citizens of other states suspected of criminal offenses, is very undesirable in the American press. Nevertheless, the issue of multiple violations of human rights in the United States and in zones of American jurisdiction is increasingly being raised. Russian Foreign Ministry Commissioner for Human Rights Konstantin Dolgov notes that the problem of secret prisons created and used by the US Central Intelligence Agency has not yet been resolved (http://izvestia.ru/news/600690). Such prisons existed, and some of them may still exist today, on the territory of such states as Afghanistan, Iraq, Djibouti, Morocco, Thailand, Poland, Lithuania and Romania. For decades, the American authorities used the practice of abducting foreign nationals suspected of committing any crimes or undesirable activities for the American state. Torture methods, prohibited by international law, were used against people who got into American dungeons. But, despite the fact that various international organizations have repeatedly drawn attention to human rights violations in US prisons, the authorities of the United States of America practically do not respond to public outcry. Those guilty of using unlawful methods bear no real responsibility for their criminal actions. Thus, the story of the Guantanamo prison, in which the 2015 prisoners were in December 107, is widely known. Almost all of them are held in prison for many years, indefinitely and without charge. This is a flagrant violation of international law, to which the United States of America does not pay any attention. The Russian position on the prison on the basis of Guantanamo and other similar institutions remains unchanged - the Russian Federation is in favor of closing them and ensuring the legal rights of all prisoners held in such prisons.

What to do with the "hunt for the Russians"?

On Viktor Bute and Konstantin Yaroshenko, unfortunately, the list of our compatriots who fell under the “thresher” of the American judicial system does not end. Third countries, most often politically and economically dependent on the United States, are unable to deny US law enforcement agencies that they are required to extradite Russian citizens. So, 27 August 2014 Lithuania issued the United States a citizen of the Russian Federation Dmitry Ustinov. He is accused of smuggling American night vision devices and thermal imagers. Another Russian, Maxim Chukharev, in the spring of 2014 was issued to the United States from Costa Rica. He was suspected of committing illegal money transfer transactions. 5 July 2014 at the airport of Malé, the capital of the Maldives, US intelligence officers detained a citizen of the Russian Federation Roman Valerievich Seleznev, 1984, who was born. The man was detained in the presence of his wife and young child. Later, the President of the Maldives Republic, Abdullah Yamin, said that the Maldivian policemen had detained Seleznev, otherwise it would be completely ugly that the American agents were operating in the Maldives as at home. Roman Seleznev is the son of State Duma deputy from the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia Valery Seleznev. American intelligence agencies accused Roman Seleznev of committing numerous hacker attacks. He was arrested and taken to a US military base on the island of Guam in Micronesia. Seleznev is suspected of computer fraud, hacking, hacking bank accounts, stealing personal data of credit card holders, which, according to US law enforcement officials, caused US damage to 2 million dollars. According to American law, Roman Seleznev can be sentenced to several decades in prison. The American side claims that 18 million dollars were found in Roman Seleznev’s bank accounts, which a man could have received as a result of illegal operations. It is known that Roman Seleznev was transferred from Guam to Seattle, where he is awaiting trial. Roman Seleznev’s father, deputy Valery Seleznev, denied the possibility of his son’s participation in hacker attacks, since the latter does not have the appropriate skills to carry them out. In July 2014, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation regarded the detention of a Russian citizen Roman Seleznev as an abduction and recommended citizens of the Russian Federation to refrain from visiting the Maldives if claims against them could arise from third-party law enforcement agencies. “The position of the Maldivian authorities, which, contrary to existing international legal norms, allowed the special service of another state to kidnap a Russian citizen and take it outside the country, cannot but cause indignation,” the Russian diplomatic department said in a statement (http://www.gazeta.ru/social/2014/07/08/6101421.shtml).

- Roman Seleznev, a Russian citizen held in the USA

New high-profile arrests and extraditions followed at the end of the last 2015 year. So, December 13 2015 was detained in Israel by a citizen of the Russian Federation Alexey Burkov. He was arrested at the request of the American authorities and accused of committing cybercrimes related to banking data. Despite the absence of an Interpol detention order, a Russian citizen was arrested by the Israeli police. So far, more precise details about the nuances of this case have not been disclosed - both the US and Israeli law enforcement agencies are silent. 19 December 2015 in Finland, also at the request of US law enforcement, was arrested a citizen of the Russian Federation Yuri Efremov. The details of this case are also kept secret. As the wife of the detainee reported to the press, the American special services were interested in visiting Ephraim’s arms exhibition in the US in 2011. Speaking about the case of Burkov’s detainee in Israel, the Russian Foreign Ministry’s plenipotentiary for human rights, democracy and the rule of law, Konstantin Dolgov, noted that ““ we, of course, immediately formulated our position. We proceed from the fact that the Israeli authorities are listening to our argument - to the fact that this is a vicious practice, an illegal practice - and will not extradite Burkova to the United States. But of course there is no guarantee ”(http://lenta.ru/articles/2015/12/29/transit/).

Meanwhile, the widespread practice of detaining Russian citizens in third countries and their subsequent extradition to the United States of America causes the increasing interest of the Russian authorities. The fact is that a dangerous precedent has been created for the use of criminal charges as an instrument of political pressure. It is not by chance that the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs drew attention to this practice, which characterized it only as a “hunt” for the Russians. On the other hand, in the State Duma and the Council of Federation of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation, they are also concerned about what is happening. In particular, the Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, Andrei Klishas, ​​stressed that it is necessary to create legal mechanisms to counteract the extraterritorial application of the laws of the United States of America against citizens of the Russian Federation. It is obvious that some diplomatic notes in response to illegal detentions and seizures of Russian citizens in other countries on the “order” of the American special services and law enforcement agencies have a very weak impact on the real situation. In fact, they are not able to correct it, which makes the Russian state the need to develop new measures that will allow it to respond more effectively to the actions of the United States. It is likely that these may be sanctions measures, as well as retaliation against citizens of the United States of America taken by the Russian law enforcement system - of course, if there is evidence of their guilt in committing crimes in the territory of the Russian Federation or third countries. Sanctions measures can be directed not only against the United States itself, but also against those third countries that are involved in the extradition of Russian citizens to the American side. They must be convinced that the response of the Russian state will be symmetrical and that issued by a Russian citizen on trumped-up charges can be expected of serious economic sanctions.
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  1. GRAY
    GRAY 7 January 2016 07: 56 New
    15
    From relatively recent:
    1. svp67
      svp67 7 January 2016 08: 49 New
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      Quote: GRAY
      From relatively recent:

      Israel, generally young people, was detained not upon arrival or at the time of arrival, but on departure, when a person had already spent his money and the state of Israel could not be more useful ...
      1. Kaiten
        Kaiten 8 January 2016 14: 36 New
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        Quote: svp67
        Israel, generally young people, was detained not upon arrival or at the time of arrival, but on departure, when a person had already spent his money and the state of Israel could not be more useful ...

        And you remember the story of the Israeli colonel Klein, whom Russia wanted to extradite to Colombia. We have a good memory. You first started this stupid game. As they say do not dig another hole.
        http://samsonblinded.org/ruforum/topic.php?id=15
        1. Mahmut
          Mahmut 8 January 2016 17: 53 New
          +3
          So betrayed or not. Wishlist is subject to no jurisdiction.
          1. Kaiten
            Kaiten 8 January 2016 20: 53 New
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            Quote: Mahmut
            So betrayed or not. Wishlist is subject to no jurisdiction.

            So we still have not transferred your handsome USA.
    2. pts-m
      pts-m 7 January 2016 08: 57 New
      +4
      This ad for Israel resembles an almost free "mousetrap". And "mice" will always be enough at any time "day or night".
      1. boni592807
        boni592807 7 January 2016 15: 47 New
        +4
        I will not argue with you. hi
        But, the wise have long spoken.
        "... A clever one will get out of any trouble, and a wise one will never get into this trouble!"
        "... from any experience (positive, negative) we must draw the CORRECT CONCLUSIONS ..."
        Therefore, there is no need to rush, one must think and evaluating the mistakes of others and their consequences, at worst, take the CORRECT CONCLUSIONS and ACT!
        "... There are 3 ways to live wisely:
        1st, reflecting and analyzing. The wisest
        2nd, observing and making timely conclusions. Simplest,
        3rd, collect your "bumps" and correct your mistakes, The most painful ... "
        Russia has its HUGE experience of errors and solutions to diverse issues and problems. You just need to remember your story and be aware of the experience of others.
        An example from the not so distant past. When the United States wanted to "hang" satellites over the USSR to broadcast its propaganda and place other amenities in space. The USSR proposed to implement this program of fantastic cost as soon as possible. Stating that then he would simply launch rockets with warheads with loose bolts into their orbits. At the same time, offering the US administration to calculate the economic and political effect, as well as the consequences based on the results of their program and our "bastard" asymmetric response.
        The question is how to approach the solution of the existing problem with us ... and what will be the answer repeat
    3. Dan4eG
      Dan4eG 7 January 2016 09: 43 New
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      Czech Republic rejected Russia's request for extradition of Israeli businessman, and he returned home
      http://www.newsru.co.il/israel/06nov2015/bilig8005.html
      1. NIKNN
        NIKNN 7 January 2016 12: 53 New
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        Israel does not require extradition at all, they urinate on the spot, but with amers it’s politics ... request
        1. Dan4eG
          Dan4eG 7 January 2016 12: 55 New
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          come on! all sorts of wise men yes, maybe no one will give them away, but they will give out attackers!
    4. padded jacket
      padded jacket 7 January 2016 13: 20 New
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      Quote: GRAY
      From relatively recent:

      It seems to me that it is necessary to officially warn all citizens traveling to countries of the allied USA that you can be arrested at any time and extradited to Washington. Especially you need to be careful with countries like Colombia, some African countries and especially Israel where there is no law and only the law of force and shekel is in effect. there is one who is stronger than that and is right and who is richer that is right.
      Unfortunately, many pilgrims from our country come to Christian shrines in Israel, and any of them may be afraid that they will be seized by Israeli paid US authorities.
  2. yuriy55
    yuriy55 7 January 2016 08: 09 New
    10
    I don’t know how with respect to citizens of foreign states, and with regard to citizens of Russia, a law must be passed that excludes their lack of rights before the American (any other foreign) Themis.
    1. would
      would 7 January 2016 11: 15 New
      0
      Well, let's accept. How are you going to ensure its implementation in the United States or third countries? Well, that would be without a subsequent world war.
      1. Scraptor
        Scraptor 7 January 2016 13: 37 New
        +9
        If they want to let them start - what are the problems?

        Some kind of toothless ending to the article. And the word "of course" in her last paragraph is clearly redundant. It turns out that lawlessness is going on in relation to Russian citizens, and we will "observe the laws"?
        This "hunt" for Russians is treated by ritual cutting off of American and all other testicles.

        According to the facts of the deed, the American judicial system and the DEA are necessarily recognized as criminal organizations (like the SS and SD, or as the Communist Party in the Baltic countries are now their mini-allies), strange things begin to happen with their headquarters and branches, it’s possible even in the style of 911 and Oklahoma. Their members are caught as mad dogs (by the way, it is high time) and transported to Russia or elsewhere. In case of bad behavior - fed to pigs (unless of course they eat and refuse to go on hunger strike).

        If, then or immediately, the American government does not take immediate measures to release Russian citizens and close the CIA criminal prisons in third countries, then their diplomatic mission is surrounded by armored personnel carriers and tanks, and in the best case moves to Kolyma (and what, from there it is closer to the USA) or to which Gorodomlyu to Seliger on the Belarusian model. As the Belarusian Father did at one time, he moved all the foreign agents to one suburban cottage community protected from the outside, so that there would be less running around and the country would be harmed from them.
        If understanding is still not achieved then the signboard of the embassy quarter is simply removed from the village.

        In general, it’s high time to sequester this thawed country before it used nuclear, defoliants, white phosphorus and other delights against anyone else. In the south of Russia, it’s already full of strange epizootics, like the Anthrax strain in Yekaterinburg was not local
        As you know, criminals, drug addicts and psychos are not supposed to have weapons, especially WMDs. And they behave accordingly.
        It is quite possible to do this without even forcing the Bering Strait, simply by distributing to its neighbors primarily in its continent (your Brazil may rejoice) new technologies and weapons, after which they will first and foremost give a damn about it.
        Even Kaknada, not to mention Mexico, has long requested the Su-27, and Canada’s MBT is never Abrams but the German Leopard, as in distant Australia. Automatic machines - Austrian. And how Americans sit in the cookies of everyone else is generally indescribable - almost the whole world hates them.
        The country of America is still not able to receive even aviation structural titanium itself - it buys Russian, which was even allowed in the USSR with s, x-inventory. All SR-71s are made of Soviet titanium, the Mother of Pearl once only said one clever thing.

        This is not a banter, the MIA mormons with drugs and MANPADS crawled towards me myself at the time, and their bad boys from bast milk with red mercury, and other things like that.
  3. svp67
    svp67 7 January 2016 08: 48 New
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    Meanwhile, widespread practices of detention of Russian citizens in third countries and their subsequent extradition to the United States of America, arouses increasing interest of the Russian authorities.
    And just that? But what about the struggle for every citizen of his country? Where are our illustrious SSpN and the elusive Su and Tu? Yes, it is necessary to fight, up to tough measures with respect to such actions. But only the condition must be met that if a person is a criminal, he must be in prison. Only in ours, Russian.
  4. carabiner sks
    carabiner sks 7 January 2016 08: 54 New
    +3
    Quote: yuriy55
    I don’t know how with respect to citizens of foreign states, and with regard to citizens of Russia, a law must be passed that excludes their lack of rights before the American (any other foreign) Themis.

    Especially given that Themis is not only blind, but also deaf ... Natural chaos, however.
  5. Magic archer
    Magic archer 7 January 2016 09: 04 New
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    Take a couple of Americans to the cause, arrange demonstration courts and send them to Kolyma or Mordovia to feed mosquitoes. Then they can itch! And then no matter how we take some American ghoul, we’ll immediately be extradited to the states! We must stop!
    1. aba
      aba 9 January 2016 09: 53 New
      +1
      Take a couple of Americans to the cause, arrange demonstration courts and send them to Kolyma or Mordovia, to feed mosquitoes. Then they can comb themselves!

      This is hardly .... What is a couple of Americans for them ?! Every day they kill each other more. One or two episodes do not change the situation. Only systematic events become clear to everyone.
  6. Nagaibak
    Nagaibak 7 January 2016 09: 07 New
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    This will continue until our state begins to detain Americans by the decisions of its courts. Most countries, of course, we will certainly not delay and forward them. But, you can detain their citizens who violated our laws or steal from other countries))) and make it clear that this will be so until they themselves are not bored. Respond to the same. And so, we can continue to cluck about the arrests of our citizens around the world.
    1. GRAY
      GRAY 7 January 2016 10: 47 New
      +7
      Quote: Nagaibak
      delay or steal from other countries)))

      To detain on its territory this by itself. But at the expense of the abductions, this is too much.
      There is another option, no worse than that - to begin to extradite American citizens and citizens of states waving, in this area, the United States (including the Dada and Israel) at the request of third countries. There are good options for such cooperation - North Korea, Palestine, Somalia.
      Yes, in general, in the end, give out to everyone.
      In the mattresses, along with their sixes will rejoice.
      1. Dan4eG
        Dan4eG 7 January 2016 11: 11 New
        -8
        based on what? war crimes? haha good luck!
        1. GRAY
          GRAY 7 January 2016 11: 30 New
          +8
          Quote: Dan4eG
          based on what?

          Based on everything.
          On the basis of what are Russian citizens given out to Americans? They provide some documents - a court decision is there, or simply at the request of special services.
          It is also necessary to act, mirror.
          Malyava came from the Somali prosecutor’s office - hands behind his back and forward to the blacks laughing
          1. Dan4eG
            Dan4eG 7 January 2016 11: 55 New
            -9
            little thing? do you use zeks' slang? the main thing is that from the Ukrainian prosecutor's office "malyava" does not come, otherwise the tourists may turn into criminals!
            1. GRAY
              GRAY 7 January 2016 12: 23 New
              +2
              Quote: Dan4eG
              the main thing is that from the Ukrainian prosecutor's office "malyava" does not come, otherwise the tourists may turn into criminals!

              What is the truth? And Burkov, where did you turn into?
              To you, and so ride dumb, and then they can also bind. Fuck you then, instead of tourists.
              1. Dan4eG
                Dan4eG 7 January 2016 12: 45 New
                -10 qualifying.
                I was always pleased with how easily you associate yourself with countries and groups! and most importantly not a shadow of doubt and shame! so to you hell and not tourists, if such garbage begins, you think someone will go from Europe or America? and Somali or vacuum cleaners seeing such impunity will overwhelm you with lawsuits for everyone!
                1. GRAY
                  GRAY 7 January 2016 13: 00 New
                  +1
                  Quote: Dan4eG
                  impunity

                  Oh, someone here remembered impunity?
                  Here I am also against impunity.
                  1. Dan4eG
                    Dan4eG 7 January 2016 13: 19 New
                    -1
                    well, then imprison Vasilyev, and also before the yellow river of all bureaucrats and their children, and then we will talk about the inevitability of punishment!
                    so why do you love countries like somalia and palestonia so much?
                    1. GRAY
                      GRAY 7 January 2016 13: 56 New
                      +1
                      Quote: Dan4eG
                      well, put Vasilyev, and also before the juanhe of all kinds of bureaucrats and their children,

                      This is not for me, I am not a prosecutor.
                      Quote: Dan4eG
                      so why do you love countries like somalia and palestonia so much?

                      What makes you think that I love them? I sympathize with the Palestinians - yes.
                      1. Dan4eG
                        Dan4eG 7 January 2016 14: 35 New
                        0
                        and with our sympathy we are ready to put Russia in the position of a scoundrel who, in the hope of spoiling everyone, is selling people into slavery and protecting all kinds of terrorists! if you have evidence of entry, judge and sit down! And yes, the United States has a dock, and if not, hire lawyers and throw lawsuits over them!
                        By the way, recently in America, Polard was released, put for espionage in favor of Israel in 1987 came out in 2015
                2. sla1372
                  sla1372 7 January 2016 20: 01 New
                  +1
                  America is also a criminal and what
                3. sla1372
                  sla1372 7 January 2016 20: 01 New
                  0
                  America is also a criminal and what
        2. Same lech
          Same lech 7 January 2016 12: 40 New
          +2
          based on what? war crimes? haha good luck!


          Well, it’s very simple ... with you through fake men they will play a fun game of terrorists ... and then the question of technology to visit you with a bunch of articles with the intentions of organizing a terrorist act ... this is just one way ... smile there are other multi-way combinations ... do not think that nowadays to hide a person behind bars is a problem ... it is just a matter of time.
          1. Dan4eG
            Dan4eG 7 January 2016 12: 51 New
            -2
            well, try it! I want to see the results!
            1. Same lech
              Same lech 7 January 2016 15: 04 New
              0
              well, try it! I want to see the results!


              What for?? what ?
              1. Dan4eG
                Dan4eG 7 January 2016 15: 32 New
                0
                Well, why? Americans a whole bunch to catch and plant, and then change them on their own! it's so easy!
                1. Same lech
                  Same lech 8 January 2016 05: 21 New
                  +2
                  Well, why? Americans a whole bunch to catch and plant, and then change them on their own! it's so easy!

                  Well, you just talk like a child ...
                  firstly not a bunch ... but a certain category ...
                  secondly, this must be done at the right time and on time.
                  Thirdly ... the funniest thing the Americans themselves are throwing ideas on how to easily plant a person ...
                  Remember the story with STRESS KAN ....
                  A respectable man in an instant turned out to be slandered and lowered below the baseboard ... he didn’t even have to be arrested.
                  Also, special services can act with any other person ... and you are no exception smile if you get in their way.
                  1. Dan4eG
                    Dan4eG 8 January 2016 08: 48 New
                    -4
                    Do you need ideas to throw up? you rummage in the archives of the KGB there should be a lot of great ideas how to smudge a person and select everything!
        3. sla1372
          sla1372 7 January 2016 19: 49 New
          0
          do not worry to find a reason for arrest just spit bright example America
    2. Same lech
      Same lech 7 January 2016 12: 35 New
      +1
      as well as retaliatory actions against citizens of the United States of America undertaken by the Russian law enforcement system - of course, if there is evidence of their guilt in committing crimes in the territory of the Russian Federation or third countries


      Nui, what are we waiting for ... why are we snot chewing until the next arrest of a RUSSIAN citizen for fun in the USA.
      A state that is unable to protect its citizens is not viable, no one respects such countries ... it's time to understand this KREMLYA and the Russian Foreign Ministry.
  7. silver169
    silver169 7 January 2016 10: 12 New
    18
    Can't you answer America the same? I doubt very much that all the Americans in the Russian Federation are crystal-clear. US citizens who have violated the legislation of the Russian Federation need to be found, regardless of where they are and imprisoned - the answer to Washington's malicious insinuations should be mirrored. And to express "deep concern" as it is done now is simply unworthy of a great power.
    1. ilyaros
      8 January 2016 11: 20 New
      0
      for example, Mormons ... Their activities are very doubtful even in terms of current legislation
  8. semirek
    semirek 7 January 2016 10: 39 New
    +5
    I fully agree with my colleagues regarding the adequate actions against the Yankees. It's time to stop the boltology - you need to defend your sovereignty with real deeds, and the detention of our citizens by the Americans (sorry, the evil empire on the planet) is an encroachment on our state. It is necessary to apply sanctions to those countries who delay and extradite our citizens to the states, Israel would not even be among our friends. Our leaders still lack understanding or decisiveness in this matter, I hope our actions in Syria will be the first sign of upholding our independence.
    1. Kaiten
      Kaiten 8 January 2016 14: 44 New
      -6
      Quote: semirek
      I would not record Israel among our friends.

      You also detain our citizens at the request of 3 countries. And how can we be friends if Iran and Hezbollah are your friends?
  9. TVM - 75
    TVM - 75 7 January 2016 10: 50 New
    +4
    Judging by the reaction of Dolgov, in our country there are no special services and the ice axes have ended.
  10. Tambov Wolf
    Tambov Wolf 7 January 2016 10: 51 New
    +6
    Some countries, being our "partners and friends" for their citizens, aircraft carriers bring and spread rot the country where its citizens are suffering. And in our country they either show "interest" or give discounts on raw materials. Soon the last bum on the planet will know that the citizens of Russia are bad people, with whom you can do whatever you want, there will be no response, maybe even fed for free.
  11. lexx2038
    lexx2038 7 January 2016 10: 52 New
    +4
    Well, who else wants to relax over the hill? Why are everyone pinching there? Is it smeared with honey? I'm planning to make a road trip Krasnoyarsk-Far East, I think I'll get much more impressions than someone from contemplating a herd of black-asses in the sultry sands of the desert. I am a cold person, I like the taiga more, and rivers, so with rapids. Who stormed the great rapids? It is worth all of Antalya combined. And most importantly, the ndos are not visible anywhere. The country is huge - life is not enough to go everywhere, and most importantly there are no "Private" signs.
    1. would
      would 7 January 2016 11: 19 New
      0
      What are they all pushing for? Is it spread with honey?


      Climate, service, budget, exotic.
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    3. ViewfromUSA
      ViewfromUSA 7 January 2016 23: 21 New
      -6
      “I think I’ll get more impressions than anyone from contemplating a herd of black-footed animals in the sultry sands of the desert. I’m a man of cold, I like taiga more ... ”

      That's right, love the cold. Indeed, in the desert the jacket should be removed, and without a jacket you will immediately become nobody! And so you are someone, even respected ... !!!
    4. ilyaros
      8 January 2016 19: 58 New
      0
      There are wonderful places in Russia. Altai, Baikal, Sochi, Derbent, Crimea ... For all my life, do not travel ...
  12. Born in USSR
    Born in USSR 7 January 2016 11: 08 New
    +3
    What is the use of talking about it. While the faithful adherents of Faitington are sitting in the Kremlin, there can be no question of any answers. They bucks is all that matters in their life. Money, kids, property, over the hill, what the hell is the answer. Once again, it's easier to attend to it.
  13. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 7 January 2016 11: 42 New
    +1
    Quote: rait
    Well, let's accept. How are you going to ensure its implementation in the United States or third countries? Well, that would be without a subsequent world war.

    why without war? if the article says policy for pressure. why not smack the ryah exceptional for a citizen?
    1. would
      would 7 January 2016 12: 05 New
      0
      Probably because then, in an optimistic scenario, part of the world will turn into radioactive wasteland? And personally, I would not want this, it is necessary to find less traumatic options for exposure.
  14. lilian
    lilian 7 January 2016 13: 27 New
    +1
    The "sanctions measures" against the USA are already ridiculous. Has Russia ever introduced them against the United States? Although it is clear who incites the Europeans and who brewed it in Ukraine.
  15. realist
    realist 7 January 2016 17: 00 New
    +2
    are there really no options to punish the American state machine, we must probably trap Americans around the world and put us in jail (and so that we can complain about our difficult life, we asked to be released) and those who are involved in the detention of our citizens in other countries will automatically be recorded as terrorists and wet without statute of limitations (and Americans and third-country nationals who participated in the capture of our citizens). Yes it is difficult and expensive, but is there another option?
  16. Chak
    Chak 7 January 2016 17: 10 New
    +2
    Until we start responding to the kidnapping of our people by anybody, at least by someone else, i.e. to catch / shoot the citizens of their country, the chaos will continue. Our special services should instill the same horror on the "civilized society" as the KGB and the GRU in the USSR. Why not a single Ukrainian who shot down our planes in the 08.08.08 war has not yet gone to the forefathers or, at worst, to serve a life sentence in Russian prisons?
    1. Arikkhab
      Arikkhab 8 January 2016 17: 43 New
      0
      sure ? and then on the Internet the information went that today ALL Ukrainian comrades who participated in beechs in the war on 08/08/08 have already died, and not from natural causes
  17. Orionvit
    Orionvit 7 January 2016 18: 21 New
    +2
    Quote: Magic Archer
    Take a couple of Americans to the cause, arrange demonstration courts and send them to Kolyma or Mordovia to feed mosquitoes. Then they can itch! And then no matter how we take some American ghoul, we’ll immediately be extradited to the states! We must stop!

    Revive the case of Sudoplatov. I think over time the United States and all the partners will need to recall all the facts of lawlessness and ask on all counts, and in all severity. I just think by that time there are no states, this small bastard will not be there anymore.
  18. ViewfromUSA
    ViewfromUSA 7 January 2016 23: 08 New
    -7
    Just do not make yourself innocent lambs! On December 23, due to a hacker attack on electric networks in Ukraine, 800 thousand people were left without light (by the way, your former brothers). IT experts from the United States and Europe determined that the attack was from Russia. After 2-3 years they will go to this group or to a specific one and arrest them in a third country. And do not say / cry / sob that "this is arbitrariness and lawlessness" ...
    1. would
      would 8 January 2016 04: 59 New
      +2
      due to hacker attacks on electric networks


      Hacker attack on electric networks ... hacker attack on electric networks ... laughing wassat

      Apparently the bot does not know that according to all the rules, network management cannot have access from the Internet.
      1. Kaiten
        Kaiten 8 January 2016 14: 47 New
        -1
        Quote: rait
        Apparently the bot does not know that according to all the rules, network management cannot have access from the Internet.

        Iranian centrifuges also did not have access to the Internet, but they were unlucky.
        1. would
          would 8 January 2016 17: 09 New
          0
          Known thing. Only there was not a hacker attack from the Internet, but a virus infection.
          1. Kaiten
            Kaiten 8 January 2016 20: 57 New
            0
            Quote: rait
            Known thing. Only there was not a hacker attack from the Internet, but a virus infection.

            And here the same thing could be
    2. kartalovkolya
      kartalovkolya 8 January 2016 10: 25 New
      0
      Insanity and debility is growing stronger not only in the officialdom of the Americans, but also among such as viwfromUSA! You half-respected forgot to mention that Russian hackers disabled their sewers in Berdichev and throughout Western Ukraine! And they say that they only get the flu together, and they go crazy alone! The mass madness of these businessmen is a good sign of their approaching collapse! Sooner or later, the states will still have to answer for their atrocities and answer in full!
  19. lexx2038
    lexx2038 8 January 2016 09: 12 New
    0
    Cool hackers at us, already the power line poles are falling. In general, the next time McCain comes to us, we need to arrest him, he is a war criminal. For about ten years, then ten years to judge ...
  20. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 8 January 2016 10: 32 New
    0
    Well, what else can be added to all of the above, well, except perhaps to add a Russian proverb (which belongs to the most zealous "commentators" from the USA): "Fools do not sow or reap, they grow by themselves!"
    1. ViewfromUSA
      ViewfromUSA 8 January 2016 22: 11 New
      -1
      you said - “Fools do not sow and reap, they themselves grow!” I completely agree with you !!! Especially on a dung ground like yours!
      Google the name of the Russian Maxim Senakh and find out that Finland detained him and, perhaps, extradits him to the United States for fraud on the Internet. And if in Russia a short term is absorbed by a long term, then in the USA all terms are summed up. And it shines for more than a hundred years. Sooner or later, they will find those who engage in crime on the Internet, so the tears of your Foreign Ministry about the “lawlessness” are not quite the case.
  21. Kibl
    Kibl 8 January 2016 12: 17 New
    +1
    But why the hell did Seleznev run into the Maldives, to hell with pies with a small child? Is it really necessary to fly to rest on an island in the Indian Ocean! It’s time to know that all Russian high-flying officials and their families, relatives and their friends are under a cap of American intelligence services! So wait for provocations and other tricks! Sit at home, relax in the country!
  22. gendir.grifon
    gendir.grifon 8 January 2016 12: 56 New
    +1
    It is necessary, like the good old days, to secretly introduce the practice of a kind of hostage taking and hostage exchange. The Americans detained ours, and we, under the same "weighty" pretext, will detain their citizen, plus the citizen of the country that contributed to the detention, plus economic sanctions against the laying country. An eye for an eye a tooth for a tooth. Nothing in this world changes, they still respect and understand mainly strength. What the fuck ... democracy and international law. They are remembered only when it is profitable.
  23. napalm
    napalm 8 January 2016 14: 45 New
    0
    Unfortunately, Russia also extradits people and even managed to accept Russian citizenship and allows the special services of the Central Asian republics to be abducted. It practically does not give refugee status to anyone at the same time knowing what will happen to them.
  24. su163
    su163 8 January 2016 15: 21 New
    0
    Quote: Orionvit
    Quote: Magic Archer
    Take a couple of Americans to the cause, arrange demonstration courts and send them to Kolyma or Mordovia to feed mosquitoes. Then they can itch! And then no matter how we take some American ghoul, we’ll immediately be extradited to the states! We must stop!

    Revive the case of Sudoplatov. I think over time the United States and all the partners will need to recall all the facts of lawlessness and ask on all counts, and in all severity. I just think by that time there are no states, this small bastard will not be there anymore.


    The work of Comrade Andrei lives and thrives. But with the abduction of foreign citizens, a serious howl will rise and we will have to maintain a circular defense. There are other methods of influencing countries and the leadership of these countries, why it is not applied in full - this is unfortunately not for me. It's a pity......
  25. Dam
    Dam 8 January 2016 17: 04 New
    0
    It is necessary to stupidly shoot people making such decisions. Just an American official, a gay man and another scumbag should be afraid of personal responsibility for their actions. We must recall the experience of Comrade Sudoplatov.
  26. Balagan
    Balagan 8 January 2016 18: 07 New
    0
    Well, once or twice to catch, interested in our guys from the dangerous service, America somewhere in Latin America, and even better in Europe ... And why are the pucks only at our gates?
  27. alex_V15
    alex_V15 8 January 2016 19: 16 New
    0
    It is necessary to open criminal cases against agents carrying out seizures, judges, prosecutors, etc. And let the criminal hang! Moreover, submit them to Interpol!
    And the point.
    Everything will be clear to everyone, but just creating inconvenience (and uncomfortable press issues) to these Amer figures will be good.
    There is a possibility of arrest and export to us for the administration of justice of such amer characters - it is necessary to realize. And then - exchange for ours. And if they merge their there - make noise on the whole planet.
  28. Sagittarius36
    Sagittarius36 8 January 2016 23: 11 New
    0
    Real America is Hitler Germany, which in 30-40 applied the same methods to citizens of other states. How it all ended, the Americans forgot. Americans want absolute power over the world. But what if Russia answers the same?
  29. kapitan92
    kapitan92 9 January 2016 00: 05 New
    +5
    Quote: Kaiten
    Quote: semirek
    I would not record Israel among our friends.

    You also detain our citizens at the request of 3 countries. And how can we be friends if Iran and Hezbollah are your friends?

    Let’s more specifically, when and what Israeli citizens in Russia were detained at the request of 3 countries?
    Why should "we" be friends? Does Israel Have Friends? Israel has always had commercial interests ahead. When Israel is profitable, they will have anyone in their "friends".
    Iran is Russia's partner in the fight against ISIS, and this is fixed in international agreements. Hezbollah is fighting on the side of Assad. Do you have any documentary evidence of "friendship" between Russia and Hezbollah?
    Israel supplied arms to Georgia. Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan. There are still valid contracts for the supply of various weapons systems to Azerbaijan, and this is our "underbelly", and if we take into account that the Karabakh conflict exists, then more serious conclusions can be drawn.
    Maybe Israel extradited Nevzlin to Russia, or can you list how many Jewish thieves from Russia Israel has warmed up?
    So let's do without vows of friendship, and remain partners. I am sure that at this stage it is beneficial to Russia and Israel.
  30. Chidoryan
    Chidoryan 9 January 2016 10: 54 New
    0
    Did Russia not sell weapons to Azeibardzhan?)
  31. Ozhogin Dmitry
    Ozhogin Dmitry 10 January 2016 03: 56 New
    0
    "Residents of Israel" are constantly yelling that we are with Hezbollah there, Iran. We help terrorists. And they will always find the answer to everything. Rather, they will get out. Remind you of Sabra and Shatila? And after that you have the audacity to call everyone in a row terrorists. Terrorists are your political and military elite. And not the top ... Down to the very bottom. How to train Georgian soldiers (who, by the way, by your own methods staged genocide in South Ossetia), supply them with weapons and intelligence, you have nothing to do with it! And if Russia is to be friends with those whom you call terrorists, this is how it began - Russia is not a friend of Israel!
    1. Dan4eG
      Dan4eG 11 January 2016 10: 16 New
      0
      You better tell us about Damour and Quarantine and Black Saturday! As the palaces came to Lebanon, the civil war broke out there, and until they were thrown into Libya, they cut each other not sickly!
  32. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 10 January 2016 23: 46 New
    0
    I completely agree with the opinion that you first need to learn how to judge and put on your own (Serdyukov, Vasilyeva, Skrynnik, Prosecutors in the suburbs, etc. ...) And then arrest citizens of other countries who commit crimes with us. They are not taken out of our territory in the trunk, they also pay money to authorities, and they are also released. It’s quite possible to train our citizens not to touch, but our courts and the executive system are not ready for this.
  33. Maurice
    Maurice 8 May 2017 03: 22 New
    0
    It’s time to tell about Brazil https://www.facebook.com/CPLCRB/
    The issue of supplying innocent Russian tourists to prisons in the United States is just a matter of time. For the Russian Foreign Ministry is silent and gives tacit consent.