The Investigative Committee opened a new criminal case due to the surveillance of military correspondent Kots 00:21

The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation opened a new criminal case due to the surveillance of military correspondent Alexander Kots. This was reported by

A new criminal case was opened on December 27.

According to the publication, the special services provided investigators with materials indicating that, in addition to Leonid Gutarov, who had previously admitted to spying on the military correspondent, at least two more people were monitoring Kots’s home, the publication wrote.

According to, this fact was revealed “thanks to modern technical capabilities.” Law enforcement is currently searching for two more possible stalkers.

26 December reportedIt was announced that 28-year-old Leonid Gutarov, who was accused of spying on Alexander Kots, was found guilty and sentenced to one year in a general regime correctional colony. The investigation revealed that Gutarov, together with an accomplice, illegally collected data on Kots’s private life for the purpose of transmission and distribution.

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Source: Gazeta


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