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KGB publishes list of journalists who it says work for Kavkaz Center

Publication time: 11 March 2012, 14:07

A Finland-based KGB (FSB) agent provocateur Juha Molari posted on his Finnish blog a list of Finnish journalists claiming them to be working with/for the Kavkaz Center. Here is the list with Finnish media where they work officially:

 

Arja Paananen, Iltasanomat correspondent in Russia

Pekka Hakala, Helsingin Sanomat

Jarmo Koponen, Uusi Suomi

Matti Posio, Aamulehti

Maria Gestrin-Hagner, Huvudstadbladet

Stefan Lundberg, Huvudstadbladet

Soila Saroniemi, Iltalehti

Anna-Lena Laurén, Huvudstadbladet, Moscow correspondent of Finnish TV channel Yle

Kerstin Kronvall, Moscow correspondent of Finnish TV channel Yle

Kerkko Paananen, Finrosforum, freelance journalist

Ville Ropponen, Finrosforum, freelance journalist

 

Agent Molari asks smaller snitches, informers and spies to supplement his list and notify him by e-mail not just about the names of mere "russophobic journalists", only about the "Kavkaz Center russophobic journalists", who are the authors / suppliers of materials published by the Kavkaz Center.

 

He also asks to provide him with detailed personal information on these journalists and specify the character of their work with the human rights organization Finroforum / Kavkaz-Cente of Mikael Storsjo.

 

Molari promises then to contact personally these reporters by e-mail and interview them about their work with the KC, since he is preparing an article for Moscow TV channel Russia Today (i.e., for the Moscow Center of the KGB).

 

Molari indicates that the complete list of journalists will be posted in English on his blog on the website of Russia Today.

 

Department of Monitoring

Kavkaz Center


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