As preserved in the cache of the Russian search machine Yandex, the photos of corpses of the Poles, including the then Polish president Lech Kaczynski who had been killed on Putin's order by the Russian FSB (KGB), were placed on Internet by dissident anti-Putinist FSB agent Tania Karatsouba Seid-Burkhan who hates Putin. Ms. Karatsouba is a proxy of FSB general colonel whom she calls Fydor Ivanovich. As an introduction to her anti-Putin's article, Ms. Karatsouba writes about herself:
"My name is Karatsouba Seid-Burkhan. I am descendant of Genghiz Khan, and Tsars, or Khans, of the Golden Horde (my real name is Burkhan). My family is also a claimant to the Russian throne.
Starting from 1998, I have been editor-in-chief and founder of politics and law magazine "President. Parliament. Government". In 1998, I received the degree of Candidate of Sciences at the Chair of Akmeology and Psychology at the Academy of Civil Service attached to the President of the Russian Federation. In 2002, I graduated from the Chair of National Security at the Academy of Civil Service attached to the President of the Russian Federation".
The cache of Yadex also revealed that the blog of Ms. Burkhan with the Russian social network, containing photos of mutilated corpses of 96 representatives of the Polish elite, was closed by the Russian FSB the same day, September 28, 2012, as the Polshevist affiliate of the FSB, Polish secret police ABW (Agencja Bezpieczenstwa Wewnetrznego, Internal Security Agency), noticed the photos on her blog and complained to their FSB masters in Moscow, although the Moscow Center had nothing against the photos glorifying the heroic deed of the FSB men "Smolensk 2010" against the Polish enemies of Mother Russia.
Department of Monitoring