Introduction by Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio
At the moment nothing correlates the mysterious suicide of an SBU (Security Service of Ukraine) officer with the attack on Aleksandr Dugin in which his daughter and political journalist Darya Dugina, disliked by the West, was killed, arousing in Donbass and Russia the suspicion of a Ukrainian conspiracy.
This story, however, brings to mind two even more striking episodes that occurred immediately after events of great geopolitical importance.
I am referring to the disappearance of Mike d’Andrea, director of the American CIA counter-intelligence in the Middle East, a few days after he had managed the intelligence operation for the killing of the Iranian general Qasem Soleimani, commander of the Quds Forces, the department of elite paramilitaries of the Islamic Revolution Guards (Pasdaran).
But also to the fatal accident that saw the former British MI6 officer James Le Mesurier, founder and trainer of the Whiite Helmets, the Syrian rescuers accused of terrorism from Russia, fall from the balcony, a few days after the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan had launched the Peace Spring military operation with the invasion of Rojava, the north-east of Syria, thanks to the tacit approval of NATO,
by Russia Today
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The head of Ukraine’s security service, the SBU, in Kirovograd Region was found dead in his home on Saturday evening, with sources telling local media that it was likely a suicide.
The body of Aleksandr Nakonechny was discovered by his wife at their apartment in Krapivnitsky, the website Obozrevatel explained.
The SBU has confirmed the security chief’s death, saying that the incident is being investigated. Obozrevatel added that Nakonechny died of a “penetrating gunshot wound to the body.”
According to preliminary data, he “committed suicide” with the firearm that he had been previously awarded for excellent service, a source told the outlet.
Lieutenant-colonel Nakonechny had been in charge of the region’s department of the SBU since January 2021.
Before landing his post in Krapivnitsky, he spent over a decade working in counter-intelligence and anti-corruption operations at the agency’s headquarters in Kiev.
Nakonechny’s death comes amid a purge in Ukraine’s law enforcement and security agencies, which President Vladimir Zelensky launched mid-July.
Just over a month ago, he fired Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova and SBU head Ivan Bakanov over claims of “rampant” treason in the two agencies during the conflict with Russia. Hundreds of criminal cases have been launched against employees of the two entities, according to Zelensky.
Many regional SBU chiefs have also been removed over the past month. The latest high-profile dismissals took place on Monday, when the department heads of the city of Kiev, as well as of the Kiev, Ternopol, and Lviv regions, were ousted.
by Russia Today
Fabio is Director and Editor of Gospa News; a Christian Information Journal.
Fabio Giuseppe Carlo Carisio, born on 24/2/1967 in Borgosesia, started working as a reporter when he was only 19 years old in the alpine area of Valsesia, Piedmont, his birth region in Italy. After studying literature and history at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart in Milan, he became deputy director of a local newspaper and specialized in judicial reporting.
For about 15 years he is a correspondent from Northern Italy for the Italian newspapers Libero and Il Giornale, also writing important revelations on the Ustica massacre, a report on Freemasonry and organized crime.
With independent investigations, he collaborates with Carabinieri and Guardia di Finanza in important investigations that conclude with the arrest of Camorra entrepreneurs or corrupt politicians.
In July 2018 he found the counter-information web media Gospa News focused on geopolitics, terrorism, Middle East, and military intelligence. He is a correspondent from Italy for the French news site Reseau International.
He worked for many years for the magazine Art & Wine as an art critic and curator.