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An Ex-KGB man claims the agency stopped a Moscow assassination attempt on both Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1988.

komsomolskaya-pravda.gif Valeriy Nikolaevich Velichko leaks the barely plausible tale to Komsomolskaya Pravda:

“Generals of the former Ninth Division are proud to have prevented an assassination attempt on Reagan in Moscow. In 1988, they received a warning that a journalist who would be accredited during Reagan’s visit was intent on committing an act of terrorism — to kill two presidents at once: Reagan and Gorbachev. They took action. The journalist turned out to be terminally ill with cancer. He had received a large sum — over 6 figures — to commit the crime. But he was caught and deported from the country.”


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