Soviet WMDs Possibly Hidden in U.S. — Report
MosNews | July 13 2005
A cover explanation for when CIArabs blow up a city.
New evidence suggests that Soviet agents could have concealed nuclear and biological weapons of mass destruction inside the United States and other Western countries.
Polish and Czech officials told the U.S. authorities of the possible existence of Russian “suitcase nukes” in New York City soon after the Sep. 11, 2001 attacks, the WorldNetDaily website wrote quoting a report by Gordon Thomas and former CIA operative David M. Dastych.
The report says Al Qaida is determined to find those WMD and use them with the help of bribed Russian spies or special forces soldiers who have maintained their secret locations for all these years. U.S intelligence services could not find the weapons soon after the 2001 attacks but later they became concerned about efforts by terrorists to buy off former Soviet and current Russian agents with knowledge of the weapons.
Reporter, author of several books and former FBI consultant Paul L. Williams had earlier published a report on how Al Qaida had purchased some post-Soviet mini-nukes and hired Russians to help them operate those weapons.
Thomas and Dastych also report that Britain’s MI5 had identified 32 spies of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service operating under full diplomatic cover from their London embassy. The spies reportedly have links to deep-cover KGB agents who, during the Cold War, hid scores of genetically engineered biological warfare weapons in Britain’s countryside. MI5 believes the Russian spies are still actively concealing the locations of the germ vials.
Former KGB spymaster Alexander Kuzminov, quoted by the website, confirmed his agents planted the vials. He, too, believed Russian agents are still involved in guarding them. “Huge efforts and money was spent in our work,” he explained. “It would be foolish to believe our people were stood down just because Russia took part in biological weapons talks in Geneva.