FSB presents evidence to SusiLocal News
- Raivo Susi not hoping for quick exchangeLocal News
- Traitor Dressen deprived of citizenshipLocal NewsThe government decided yesterday to deprive Viktoria Dressen, wife of former Internal Security Service (KAPO) operative, convicted traitor Aleksei Dressen, of citizenship. Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas said during the press conference that the decision constitutes a precedent in re-independent Estonia.
- Russian stunt pilot: aviation «meaning of life» for Raivo SusiEstonian news
- Raivo Susi feels like FSB hostageLocal NewsOne version why aviation businessman Raivo Susi in talks with Russian national arms seller Rosoboroneksport was arrested sounds quite banal: FSB is accusing him in espionage just to swap him for some of their agents jailed in Estonia. In his letter to Postimees, Mr Susi says he is incline to believe that himself.
- Govt releases traitor Dressen from Estonian citizenshipLocal News
- New Russian ambassador relieved by release of KohverLocal News
- Estonian president thanks Kohver for remaining firm in prisonLocal NewsPaying a visit to Eston Kohver, official of the Estonian Internal Security Service (ISS) sentenced to 15 years in jail in Russia in August and then exchanged for a former ISS staffer convicted of treason in Estonia, President Toomas Hendrik Ilves thanked Kohver for remaining firm, brave and loyal in captivity.
- Yearlong swap settled in top gearLocal News
- Expert: FSB likely fearing capture of vital agent in EstoniaLocal NewsThere’s no link between kidnapping of Estonian security police officer Eston Kohver and the Russian security service FSB propaganda video starring former Kapo employee Uno Puusepp, thinks Vladimir Yushkin, director of the Baltic Centre for Russian Studies in Tallinn, Estonia. The aim of the video may rather be distracting Estonian counterintelligence from stuff more important.
- Editorial: strange step by Russia in propaganda warLocal News
- Kapo technician inflates himself into big time traitorLocal NewsUno Puusepp (63), the son of a Soviet army sergeant, may indeed have for years betrayed Estonians state while working at Security Police (the Kapo) and forwarding Kapo’s inside information to Russian internal security services. It is impossible, however, that he’d be behind all the Kapo foreign agents caught in Russia as listed by a NTV programme.