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How much does the motherland betray?

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Amid fees worth millions of dollars, a sum of several tens of thousands looks ridiculous. However, such a modest reward for some irresponsible citizens is enough to start a dangerous game.


How much does the motherland betray?

Criminal case on Nikolai Dmitrievich Chernov


WORKING ON THE RELATION OF POWER


In April 1963, in the United States, FBI employees recruited Soviet citizen Nikolai Chernov, who at that time worked in the General Intelligence Directorate of the General Staff. Since then, for almost thirty years, Chernov has been listed as an FBI agent, and from time to time he leaked to Americans the most valuable information about the activities of the Soviet special services.

It is curious that purely material interest was not the only motive for Chernov. The Americans in the recruitment process were able to instill in their future agent that his work for the FBI is an important condition for the rapprochement of the two countries - Russia and the United States. Say, during the Second World War, our countries were friends, and then for various reasons became adversaries. So, it is time to end the cold war and once again become friends and allies.

Oddly enough, Chernov was led to such a bullshit. However, I did not forget about the remuneration either, demanding thousands of Soviet rubles for my 10 services. The fee was immediately paid, and Chernov plunged into espionage work.

On duty in the GRU, Chernov had access to secret documentation, because as a technical officer of the Soviet residency in the United States, he took photographs of documents and processed incoming and outgoing mail. It is not surprising that his first major contribution to the rapprochement of the two great powers was the transfer to the Americans of the secrets used by Soviet military intelligence.

And then we went. By the end of Chernov’s business trip to the USA, the Americans had copies of almost all documents that passed through the GRU residency. While escorting Chernov to Moscow, the Americans instructed their agent in detail, supplied him with copying paper, cryptographic tables, and two cameras.

In Moscow, Chernov continued work on the rapprochement of the two countries. Everything that came into his field of vision, he carefully re-took and waited for an opportunity to forward to his American friends. And soon such a case presented itself. In 1968, Chernov was transferred to work in the international department of the CPSU Central Committee. And in 1972, they sent him back to the USA, but already as a diplomatic courier.

Taking advantage of this, Chernov calmly drove across the border a huge amount of secret papers of varying degrees of importance - all that he managed to copy over several years of work in Moscow. And in most cases, Chernov did not even delve into the essence of the documents themselves - the main thing is that the vulture “was placed top secret” on them.

FBI friends were pleased. However, during one of the conspiracy meetings, they did not fail to show their agent a plump file on him with a lot of “compromising evidence”. Realizing that he was on a tight hook at the FBI, Chernov was so impressed that he washed down in black. As a result, he was sent to a mental hospital and was dismissed from service. After that, for several years he ran into different institutions, trying to get a profitable position, but he could not get well settled.

Counterintelligence, albeit with some delay, entered Chernov at the start of 1990's. In April, 1991, he was arrested. And in September of the same year, the Military Collegium of the Supreme Court of the USSR recognized citizen Chernov Nikolai Dmitrievich as a traitor to the Motherland and, given the defendant’s old age, sentenced him to eight years in prison. By that time, Chernov was an 64-year-old with a bunch of all kinds of diseases, of which the most harmless are stomach ulcers and nervous system disorders.

And the rapprochement of the two powers at the end of the 1980-s began without the participation of Chernov.

AND AGAIN VINCENT CROCETT


In 1989, the CIA recruited Lieutenant Colonel GRU Vyacheslav Baranov. It happened in Bangladesh, where Baranov served since 1985.

The direct recruiter of Baranov was the CIA personnel officer Vincent Crockett. Fifteen years earlier, this Crockett had already recruited the GRU officer, Anatoly Filatov, in Algeria. In 1977, in Moscow, counterintelligence officers were detained while attempting to transfer the spy cache of Filatov and Crockett. Filatov, as it should be, punished Soviet justice, and diplomat Crockett was expelled from the USSR. And now, fifteen years later, Crockett, being the first secretary of the US embassy in the Republic of Bangladesh, and concurrently a resident of the CIA, hooked up the guardian again - this time Vyacheslav Baranov.


Professional intelligence officer Vincent Crockett and his spouse. Online shooting of the KGB of the USSR

By agreeing to cooperate, Baranov immediately demanded a lump sum payment in the amount of 25 thousand dollars, as well as a monthly salary in the amount of two thousand dollars. Crockett quickly agreed on all financial matters, and collaboration began.

To begin with, Baranov (who was assigned the operational pseudonym Tony) told Crockett in detail all he knew about the composition of the GRU residency and the KGB residency in Bangladesh, handed over the names of residents, revealed details of some operations. And then, returning to Moscow, Baranov, on the instructions of the Americans, tried to find information about bacteriological preparations that were developed in the laboratories of the GRU.

After the collapse of the USSR, Tony tried, using his connections, to move permanently to Europe. For this purpose, I got a fake passport and agreed with the Austrian authorities on a short-term visa. However, in August 1992, he was arrested while passing border controls.

Since secrets given to Baranov were outdated by the time of his arrest and his actions did not cause much harm to the country's security, the traitor was sentenced to only six years in prison.

YOU ARE CALLED ON EMBASSY OF AMERICA


28 September 1993, a senior researcher at one of the research institutes of the Russian Ministry of Defense, Moses Finkel, was invited to the American embassy, ​​where he was offered a very good offer to become a CIA agent. Moses Zusmanovich did not hesitate for a second: he dreamed of this his entire adult life.

True, in the Soviet years, dreams have remained dreams. But after the collapse of the “evil empire”, Finkel realized that his time had come. And he began to fulfill his cherished dream.


Moses Finkel in the dock

For a start, he sent letters to his numerous relatives in the United States and Israel, in which they tearfully asked him to find a cushy place behind the hill. Then he began to bombard the American embassy with requests to grant him refugee status. Several of his messages remained unanswered. But Finkel did not give up. And finally, the long-awaited invitation came from the embassy ...

However, the main topic of conversation with a representative of the consular section, John Satter, was not refugee status. Without special prefaces, Satter suggested Finkel to sell information, which is of interest to the United States. This will make good money, which will be useful to Finkel and his family for the subsequent carefree life in the States. And Americans were interested in information about the latest hydroacoustic devices for Russian submarines.

Finkel's next meeting with representatives of the CIA took place on March 15, 1994, in Antwerp. There, Moses Zusmanovich explained to John Sutter everything he knew about his institute’s work in the field of hydroacoustics, after which he answered some questions in writing. Finkel valued his services at 15 in thousands of dollars. Satter promised to help.

And indeed at the next meeting, in a couple of days, Finkel received his first espionage fee. True, not 15 thousand dollars, but only a thousand. At the beginning of 1990, when people in Russia were happy with any handout, the Americans used it and tried to save on their agents whenever possible. But willingly gave promises. So Finkel Satter promised that 15 thousand will be transferred to his personal account in the United States.

Whether Satterter kept his word or not, Moses Zusmanovich never found out: on his return to Moscow he was arrested. And a few months later the trial took place.

Finkel received 12 years of imprisonment and instead of sunny California went to Mordovian camps.

MYSTERY "Bulava"

18 May 2012 at a closed meeting in the Sverdlovsk Regional Court sentenced engineer Alexander Gniteyev, an employee of the closed enterprise NPO Avtomatika. According to the investigation, Gniteyev handed over to foreign intelligence some technical data on the Russian ballistic missile "Bulava", for which he received a total of 50 thousand US dollars. For treason, the engineer Gniteyev was given eight years in a strict regime colony.

All this история shrouded in a thick veil of mystery. It is not clear when, where, and under what circumstances an engineer from the Urals sniffed with representatives of foreign special services. It is not even known what kind of intelligence Alexander Gniteyev worked for. The details of the operation to detain him were not disclosed. It is only known that Gniteyev’s contacts with foreign spies lasted for a long time, which means that over several years of his espionage career, the Ural engineer managed to transfer to the West a lot of valuable information about the latest developments in the field of domestic rocket production.

Of particular interest among foreigners was the newest Russian sea-based missile, the Bulava. The fact is that this type of missile has hypersonic warheads that can maneuver in such a way that even the most powerful computer anti-missile defense systems cannot calculate the trajectory of their flight.

Foreigners tried in vain to unravel the mystery of the Bulava. And they would never have guessed if it were not for the citizen Gniteyev, who agreed to share some secrets he knew.

MUCH SMILING AGENT MI-6


Former Lieutenant-Colonel of the FSB Alexander Litvinenko received two thousand pounds of sterling monthly from his new friends from British intelligence MI-6 after fleeing to the United Kingdom. Such data are given in the report on the “Litvinenko case”, recently published in the UK.
However, working as an agent of MI-6, apparently, did not serve as the main source of income for the defector. The fact is that Litvinenko, when he was an FSB officer, was not allowed to enter state secrets, and therefore could not interest British intelligence as a carrier of secret information. Litvinenko’s tasks in England were different. The defector used, as in his time Rezun, mainly in the ideological arena.

His work is loud statements about the involvement of the FSB in sensational terrorist acts and attempts on famous politicians and businessmen, including Boris Berezovsky. The goal is clear: to lower the already not the most favorable image of Russia in the eyes of the European man below the plinth.


Russian Mafia Specialist Alexander Litvinenko

The British do not spare money for this. It is known, for example, that only from the fund of Berezovsky, with whom Litvinenko was very close, the former lieutenant colonel received every month four thousand pounds sterling. Quite good fees him and unfastened for exposing the books. And Litvinenko was actively working as a consultant on Russian organized crime.

This topic is very popular in the West. Rumors of a powerful Russian mafia are artificially inflamed by Western intelligence agencies in order to create the visibility of a real threat from the average man and extract additional allocations for this matter. Therefore, from time to time the special services of Western countries hire as experts on the Russian mafia all sorts of dubious personalities who tell all sorts of horror stories for a decent fee.

Litvinenko from among them. In 1990-s, before escaping to the West, he worked in the FSB Directorate for the development and suppression of the activities of criminal organizations (later this structure was liquidated) and had very extensive contacts in the criminal world of Russia. These knowledge were useful traitor after the flight to the UK.

As a consultant on the Russian mafia, Litvinenko was used not only by the British, but also by the special services of other European countries. Fees for such consultations can reach tens of thousands of dollars. A good increase to the modest salary of the agent MI-6!
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  1. kalibr
    kalibr 13 February 2016 07: 48
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    It's amazing how people who are tested and work "in the system", brought up in our country, former pioneers, Komsomol members and members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, are greedy for money. What are they missing, huh? It is clear that first of all they lack intelligence - "sooner or later they find everyone." But ... how then do so clinical ... get into such structures?
    1. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 13 February 2016 09: 35
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      Precisely because the former Komsomol members and members.
      Remember party meetings. Someone goes bankrupt on the podium, pouring quotes from propaganda newspeak, someone slumbers in the corner, someone fidgets impatiently "when is it all over and you can run to the booth for a bad beer." Then such a propagandist received a Komsomol ticket to the authorities. As a very reliable and trusted friend. With a salary and access to different things. Not because he is smart and capable, but because he spoke the right words. But in his heart he remains an opportunist.
      1. kalibr
        kalibr 13 February 2016 11: 20
        +3
        A fitter - God bless him. Why do they believe they won't be found? This is sheer stupidity! And most importantly ... they got a pittance! Didn't they know life there? I understand - I got a million bucks (or robbed 30 million), washed off "there", changed my mug in Thailand - and I don't want to live! But before this wed ... and wed ... you will do it until you save up for such and such fees! Didn't know how to count?
      2. den-protector
        den-protector 30 December 2016 23: 13
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        These are opportunists and pros .... a great country, and now they are politicians, hucksters and cultural figures, exposers of the Soviet totalitarian regime.
    2. Homo
      Homo 13 February 2016 09: 47
      +4
      Quote: kalibr
      But ... how then so clinical ... fall into such structures?

      Because you can find out and check only what the person has already done (said), and not what he thinks about, what he wants, what he plans! soldier
    3. Ivan Tartugai
      Ivan Tartugai 13 February 2016 21: 52
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      But ... how then so clinical ... fall into such structures?

      You yourself saw how people working in the system, namely the secretaries of the CPSU district committees, who were considered as the best members of the CPSU party organizations of the districts, like the secretaries of the CPSU city committees, secretaries of the regional committees, secretaries of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Union republics, after the USSR “collapsed” successfully , instantly threw off their party cards, became heads of administrations, presidents and actively engaged in privatization, with the benefit of where for themselves, where indirectly, that is, for their children, relatives, friends.
      These people, when they were secretaries of organizations of the CPSU at various levels, gave directions to work in the competent authorities, such as draft, ram, filatov and others like them.
      "sooner or later find everyone"

      And who said they find everyone. Only “consumables” are found, which are handed over, which are lit up, washed down without measure, began to litter-shake with money, which became ballast, that is, unfortunately they find only losers from among the traitors.
  2. sa-ag
    sa-ag 13 February 2016 08: 07
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    Quote: kalibr
    It's amazing how people who are tested and work "in the system", brought up in our country, former pioneers, Komsomol members and members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, are greedy for money. What are they missing, huh? It is clear that first of all they lack intelligence - "sooner or later they find everyone." But ... how then do so clinical ... get into such structures?

    Your post is so comprehensive on the "group of comrades" that you are amazed and really what they lacked, that the USSR is ... well, this is
  3. parusnik
    parusnik 13 February 2016 08: 49
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    What is characteristic, traitors did not become millionaires .. For cheap, they betrayed the Motherland ..
    1. APASUS
      APASUS 13 February 2016 22: 57
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      Quote: parusnik
      What is characteristic, traitors did not become millionaires .. For cheap, they betrayed the Motherland ..

      Former KGB Major General O.D. Kalugin leads guided tours for tourists to places of former appearances, writes books, trains spies.
      The most important thing is that he will never be equal to the Americans; for them he is still a traitor, and even the Americans do not like traitors.
      I liked how they wrote about Japan here: you will not be beaten even in the most criminal area of ​​Tokyo, because for them you are not even a second, but a third grade person.
  4. Valery 1966
    Valery 1966 13 February 2016 09: 00
    +3
    I planted the entire 5 calon per zone. But I ask myself the question, why are people being deceived? Enough to steal and no one will ever listen to them. You fill your pockets and run for the cordon. What's wrong? Are you taking money to the grave? And then why are people such fools huh? I understand everything, and even with hunger I will die a buffoon with my life, the main country is whole. If that time comes, as Stalin answer for everything, how to fool the people! Take the usual utilities alone thieves !! Putin is a good politician, but he is not a king. If he was a good king, he would have put things in order in the country a long time ago. I know I know is not easy. But no one doesn’t say that he would catch policemen by the hand, he could have taught the whole thieves elite to slowly replace, that it might have changed. Damn you in hell, burn.
  5. Million
    Million 13 February 2016 09: 06
    +7
    Traitors inside the country are much worse
    1. Ivan Tartugai
      Ivan Tartugai 13 February 2016 21: 12
      +1
      Traitors inside the country are much worse

      Genghis Khan also said that in order to take a fortress, you need a traitor from among the defenders of this fortress. And then hundreds, thousands of expensive fighters are not needed to take the fortress, large expenditures are not required for weapons, ammunition, food, fodder, but one traitor is needed and the fortress will fall.
      Although Genghis Khan is not the first to use the services of traitors and far from the last.
  6. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 February 2016 09: 16
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    A traitor under any regime, socio-economic system remains a traitor, no matter how he wants to cover it with political motives.
    The Americans in the recruitment process were able to convince their future agent that his work at the FBI is an important condition for the mutual rapprochement between the two countries

    It is doubtful that a GRU officer would be seduced by such a tramp, and even in the 60s. During interrogations, he himself pushed this version to mitigate the sentence.
  7. Villon
    Villon 13 February 2016 09: 18
    +2
    Not the largest. I would like to tell how the members of the Central Committee or their immediate relatives were recruited.
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  9. isergil
    isergil 13 February 2016 09: 36
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    I will add one more participant in this "hit parade" of traitors to the Motherland.
    Defector and enemy of the USSR Voslensky, author of the book "Nomenclature". Here is his path to betrayal:

    BIOGRAPHY
    1920 - Mikhail Sergeyevich Voslensky was born - Doctor of Historical and Philosophical Sciences
    1939 - September 01. Moscow State University. History department. Student
    1946 - Nuremberg trials. Translator
    1949 - Berlin. Allied Control Council for Germany. Translator
    1953 - Worked at the World Peace Council (in Prague and Vienna)
    1955 - Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Senior Researcher, Scientific Secretary of the Disarmament Commission
    1958 - International Political and Economic Yearbook. Gl.red. Inozemtsev N.N. Co-authors: Dementiev Yu.P., Egorov V.N., Seleznev G.K
    1960 - The book "Foreign policy and parties of the FRG"
    1960 - Moscow. Patrice Lumumba Peoples' Friendship Institute established
    1960 - Patrice Lumumba Institute of Peoples' Friendship, Department of World History. Professor
    1967 - The shadow of the fascist swastika. How Hitler came to power / Ginsberg L.I .; Ed. M.S.Voslensky-M.: Science, 1967.-206s.
    1967 - The book "Eastern" policy of the FRG (1949-1965) "
    1968 - Prague Spring. He is polemically zealizing with Western journalists. Defends the Soviet Union
    1968 - The Secret Communications of the United States and Germany. The block of imperialists against October (1917-1919). - M.: “Science”, 1968 - Circulation 17000 copies.
    1969 - The book "Foreign policy and parties of the FRG"
    1969 - Znamya magazine, No. 9. Article "What is the NDP"
    1972 - March 05. Germany. At the invitation of President Gustav Heinemann arrived on a private visa
    1972 - April 29. He began to apply for an extension of the visa for another 2-3 years, - Andropov writes and offers measures for secretly taking the guest home
    1976 - November 12. Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. Deprived of Soviet citizenship
    1980 - Voslensky, Michael S., 1980: Nomenklatura. Die herrschende Klasse der Sowjetunion. Wien / Munchen / Zurich / Innsbruck: Molden
    1984 - August 01. Nomenklatura: The Soviet Ruling Class. Doubleday
    1987 - "The Empire of Lies"
    1988 - The Soviet Union and the Challenge of the Future: Stasis and Change. Paragon House. Co-Authors: Alexander Shtromas, Morton A. Kaplan
    1989 - Hoover Institute. Lecture: Voslensky, Michael S. The Soviet approach to arms control and disarmament. 12p
    1990 - August. Restored in Soviet citizenship
    1991 - Bonn. Research Institute for the Study of Soviet Modernity. Director
    1997 - February 09. Germany. Bonn Died
    1997 - February 11. Germany. Bonn According to the will, a memorial service was served immediately by three clergymen, including a representative of the Orthodox Church

    Tell me, what was missing from this man? Maybe elementary decency and honor?
    1. dudinets
      dudinets 13 February 2016 10: 09
      +4
      he lacked sausages and a personal car. for the sake of these human values, he worked for the USSR. Having found out that sausages are bigger in Germany and cars are cooler, I think he didn’t take a long time to make a decision.
      and decency and honor in his understanding are the excuses of the loser.
    2. Baloo
      Baloo 13 February 2016 19: 11
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      Tell me, what was missing from this man? Maybe elementary decency and honor?

      A traitor is a psychotype. Oral is not a traitor? Dad and son Dudkov are not traitors? Red is not a traitor?
      Why we put up with them, I don’t know. There should be a clear law for such deprivation of citizenship, expulsion and a ban on entry forever.
  10. Roy
    Roy 13 February 2016 09: 56
    +1
    Death to Spies!
  11. Maegrom
    Maegrom 13 February 2016 10: 07
    +1
    I read in my memoirs "in the sky of two wars" about an interesting case of the classic recruitment of military consultants in Arab countries by Western intelligence services.
  12. Xenos
    Xenos 13 February 2016 10: 34
    +1
    I would like to read an article about agents of influence, like, remember not by night, M.S. Gorbachev. Is there really no killer yet? !!!
  13. Capricorn
    Capricorn 13 February 2016 12: 04
    +3
    Interestingly, traitors are born or become? And can you call those who work for us traitors? And by what character traits can a person be suspected of being a traitor?
  14. Old26
    Old26 13 February 2016 12: 04
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    The theme of betrayal and traitors has always been the most mysterious. And the question always arose: what was missing from these people. And no matter what time. Either in tsarist Russia, or in the USSR, or in today's Russia. What? Elementary greed? A way to express yourself? A way to have something inaccessible that others don't have?
    We are not talking about honor and decency. And one more thing is not clear. Okay, the recruited civilians, they have at least some euphoria there, they say I'm smart and they won’t find me. But former security and military intelligence officers. They knew the system from the inside and understood that it was almost impossible to resist the System.

    Quote: Roy
    Death to Spies!

    That's right! The main thing is to say with slogans, you will immediately gain a lot of advantages. But for some reason, it’s not always possible to do this.

    Quote: Xenos
    I would like to read an article about agents of influence, like, remember not by night, M.S. Gorbachev. Is there really no killer yet? !!!

    What for? For people like him, the worst thing is the curse of people and oblivion. And to get dirty - he will give the ends.
    And as for agents of influence - this would really be an interesting article.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 13 February 2016 15: 20
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      Quote: Old26

      What for? For people like him, the worst thing is the curse of people and oblivion. And to get dirty - he will give the ends.
      And as for agents of influence - this would really be an interesting article.

      Volodya! Hello! We haven't met for a long time! You know, I have a seditious thought. Maybe the glory of Herostratus doesn’t give them peace? In intelligence agencies no matter how hero a person is, fame is silent about him, but ambition is a powerful weapon and an opportunity to tickle your nerves. Maybe am i wrong
  15. Resistance
    Resistance 13 February 2016 13: 15
    +1
    "The fact is that this type of missile has hypersonic warheads" -: o)))

    And the rest of the warheads (since those times when L.I. Brezhnev ran out of 3 minutes for 9 km), which ones?
  16. Scud
    Scud 13 February 2016 14: 49
    +2
    The topic is very relevant. I am convinced that even experienced psychologists can’t understand these individuals. Or, let’s say, Ukrainians grew up in the Soviet Union, took the oath as a pioneer, Komsomol member in the army, but there are suddenly become so stubborn maydaunas that it’s stupid to say to say nothing. Many relatives became enemies.
    1. Junior Cook
      Junior Cook 13 February 2016 19: 04
      0
      People do not become traitors because they were seduced by money and not because they have different political beliefs. A traitor is a psychological problem. Outcasts easily become traitors, and these are outcasts from early childhood, offended and humiliated by their peers, these individuals receive serious psychological injuries for life, and at any opportunity, they readily embark on the "path of revenge" to a cruel society by any means. Not only traitors are obtained from them, but also the most cruel punishers and policemen, they have a powerful splash of aggression accumulated over the years of humiliation.
      1. tasha
        tasha 15 February 2016 05: 34
        0
        Having said A, B. must be said. So from these peers who offend and humiliate the outcasts from early childhood, even those cruel punishers and policemen also grow ...
  17. serg2108
    serg2108 13 February 2016 15: 54
    +2
    Each problem has a name, surname and patronymic .... I.V. Stalin
  18. user3970
    user3970 13 February 2016 18: 17
    +1
    Well, recently it flashed that the author and developer of a laser sight for "Armata" was being tried for transferring classified information to the West. What is it like ? He's the inventor.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 14 February 2016 00: 13
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      Quote: user3970
      Well, recently it flashed that the author and developer of a laser sight for "Armata" was being tried for transferring classified information to the West. What is it like ? He's the inventor.

      I will answer this way. Yes, he may be the author of the idea of ​​the sight, but he is not able to fully develop and even release a prototype, for this he needs a whole organization. So here he is helped by many people. Purely mechanical performers can be ignored, but those who helps to "polish" the idea to bring it to a prototype, in fact they are co-authors, since they help not only to finalize the design, but also bring in some ideas of their own. And if the order and development is carried out with state money, then the corresponding nondisclosure agreements are signed works.
  19. Amper
    Amper 13 February 2016 19: 26
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    Quote: kalibr
    It's amazing how people who are tested and work "in the system", brought up in our country, former pioneers, Komsomol members and members of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, are greedy for money. What are they missing, huh? It is clear that first of all they lack intelligence - "sooner or later they find everyone." But ... how then do so clinical ... get into such structures?


    I will not be 1 in the istanza! If at the head is the one who betrayed the Office, then what those who think about it and the system below are .... There are no offices !!!!!!! Watch TV series! Although not so simple ... The office is ,,,,,,
  20. Old26
    Old26 13 February 2016 19: 38
    +2
    Quote: Amurets
    Maybe the glory of Herostratus doesn’t give them peace? In intelligence agencies no matter how hero a person is, his fame is silent, but ambition is a powerful weapon and an opportunity to tickle nerves. Maybe I'm wrong?

    Yes, Nikolai, I thought about it. Ambition is a really scary and effective weapon.
    I can give an example from my own life. Although this does not apply to betrayal.
    So, the beginning of the 70s. One of the largest universities in the South of the RSFSR. A young man, originally from Odessa. Clever (really). He has an excellent knowledge of higher mathematics, physics, strength of materials and other "terrible" disciplines of a technical university.
    The family is the father, let’s say, one of the leaders of the Odessa seafarer, mother deputy. Director (or director, I do not remember) of the Odessa food trade. Father once a year, two, three for six months, went abroad. That is, it was all. The first year or two was a completely normal guy, he always in case of what it was possible to take a chervonets before the scholarship.
    But gradually ... First, under the order, I brought a deficit, then I took up farce. The police squeezed him a bit, he stopped for half a year, but then he started to work on currency. And this is already, you yourself understand from the department of the Committee. So think what’s the reason. That was all. The prospect of a good job, home - everything was there. But he took up crime.

    Quote: user3970
    Well, recently it flashed that the author and developer of a laser sight for "Armata" was being tried for transferring classified information to the West. What is it like ? He's the inventor.

    So what? and if the development had a signature stamp?
  21. midshipman
    midshipman 13 February 2016 20: 11
    +2
    Yes, the problem of betrayal is undefined. What was missing Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Yeltsin, etc. They are also traitors to our country and our people. Recently I published an article "Unsent letters" in "VO". I was forced to write this article by the memories of Lieutenant I. Kolosov to his girlfriend. Why did these people not think about betrayal, but defended their country and their families. It is difficult to understand the psychology of this group of people. Apparently, it is fate to be a traitor or a patriot. I have the honor.
  22. Amper
    Amper 13 February 2016 20: 17
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    Quote: user3970
    Well, recently it flashed that the author and developer of a laser sight for "Armata" was being tried for transferring classified information to the West. What is it like ? He's the inventor.

    There are concepts of secrecy, non-disclosure, etc. He gave birth, at night? in kindergarten? or research institute!
    in sushua it will be the same!
  23. Litsvin
    Litsvin 14 February 2016 00: 39
    +1
    How much does it cost to sell the homeland ??? Good question. And I even know who can give an exhaustive answer to it. Ask Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev. He knows exactly how much the homeland is being sold. At the same time, ask how much he has sold all of us, 280 million Soviet people. soldier
  24. Idiot
    Idiot 14 February 2016 15: 38
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    some strange cover of a criminal case: if it is sov.secret, then the document is assigned a number with the letter "ss" or two zeros at the beginning, and the number of the criminal case itself cannot consist of two digits.
  25. rus-5819
    rus-5819 14 February 2016 17: 30
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    from time to time, intelligence agencies of Western countries hire all kinds of dubious personalities as experts on the Russian mafia, who tell all kinds of horror stories for a decent fee.

    So I recall the pioneer: "In one terrible, terrible country, there lived a terrible, terrible man ... In nature, damn it!
  26. Old26
    Old26 14 February 2016 19: 05
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    Quote: pft, fkb
    some strange cover of a criminal case: if it is sov.secret, then the document is assigned a number with the letter "ss" or two zeros at the beginning, and the number of the criminal case itself cannot consist of two digits.

    I honestly do not know how criminal cases are designated, even if they are labeled "Sov.secretno". In relation to the secret office work in the system of defense and military-industrial complex - here you are right