Monthly Archives: August 2019

Berlin Assassin, Could This Be the German Skripal Case? – Part IV

Dear Readers: Where we left off in our story:  Krutikov was laying out his “version” of the Khangoshvili killing.  According to which:  That “random” drive-by shooting on the mean streets of Berlin was linked directly to events that happened in … Continue reading

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Berlin Assassin, Could This Be the German Skripal Case? – Part III

Dear Readers: Before continuing with Krutikov’s Theory of the Crime, I saw this other piece yesterday, reporter is Dmitry Zubarev, who actually names the alleged perp:  a certain Vadim Sergeevich, hailing from Siberia!  Or at least, that is what his … Continue reading

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Berlin Assassin, Could This Be the German Skripal Case? – Part II

Dear Readers: Today we continue to work through this piece by Evgeny Krutikov, compiling our Murder Book as we go; and currently focusing on the Victimology biography.  I note that the article has changed a little bit from yesterday, as … Continue reading

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Berlin Assassin, Could This Be the German Skripal Case? – Part I

Dear Readers: Today I have this new piece from Krutikov, regarding a low-tech drive-by shooting (on a bike) in Berlin.  A routine murder is not a routine murder in a major European capital, when a Russian citizen is involved!  Remember … Continue reading

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Fyodor the Robot Happy Ending!

Dear Readers: A quick update, and then (hopefully) we will finally be done with this ludicrous robot story.  Russian TV News Vesti reports that today (Tuesday, August 27), the Soyuz MS-14 was finally able to dock successfully with the space … Continue reading

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More Russian Space News – Did Fyodor the Robot Screw Up? – Part II

Dear Readers: The latest news from Outer space is that all systems are ready (hopefully) for tomorrow’s attempt at re-docking the Soyuz capsule with the International Space Station (ISS).  This morning Russian cosmonaut Alexander Skvortsov manually undocked the Soyuz MS-13 … Continue reading

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More Russian Space News – Did Fyodor the Robot Screw Up? – Part I

Dear Readers: I have an important follow-up to my Fyodor the Robot story from yesterday.  And there will probably be even more news tomorrow or Tuesday, when the capsule makes a second attempt at docking with the space station.  Everybody … Continue reading

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