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Russia's GRU Terrorists Feel insecure Even in Moscow Publication

Publication time: 11 November 2006, 08:33

A Russian war criminal, a so-called "defense minister", Ivanov, presented on Friday in Moscow the new headquarters of the Rissian terrorist entity GRU.

 

The new headquarters was built in three years by special military construction teams.

 

The compound will house different departments and agencies of the "main intelligence directorate", and the "situation center", which is designed to monitor the political and military situation using all various intelligence means, including satellite intelligence.

           

The building also houses special shooting ranges, which can  be used for firing from grenade launchers, the Macedonian Makfax  news agency reported.

 

We wonder whom these terrorists are going to shoot at with  grenade launchers in Moscow, the capital of their  bandit state of Russia.

 

KC


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