CIA Reportedly Behind Secret Explosions In Russia

According to recent allegations, the CIA is collaborating with the spy agency of a NATO ally in Europe to carry out covert sabotage operations inside Russia.

‘CIA behind spate of explosions in Russia’: US veteran claims CIA and NATO ally behind sabotage | Daily Mail Online

According to reports, US expert Jack Murphy, an eight-year Army Special Operations veteran, the covert campaign is to blame for several unexplained explosions and fires that have recently struck critical or strategic facilities. According to rumors, Ukraine and other European intelligence services have been running operatives into Russia to create chaos without CIA help.

Murphy’s assertions come in the wake of a recent mall fire in the southern Russian Krasnodar region, the most recent of numerous similar incidents. On Christmas Day, Putin issued a further ominous warning to the West. In Russia, mysterious explosions have struck oil and gas facilities, railroads, fuel depots, power plants, and shopping malls, with rumors of sabotage.

According to Murphy’s blog, the campaign involves long-standing sleeper cells that the allied spy service has activated to stop Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine by waging a secret war behind Russian lines. Unexplained explosions that have befallen the Russian military since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February are attributable to the campaign.

He cited six unnamed US sources, including one who had been briefed on the campaign, three former military and intelligence officials, and three former intelligence officials. These claims have been refuted by the CIA.

Murphy noted on his website that Russia’s railroad bridges, fuel depots, and powerplants have all been damaged in unexplained incidents. Former officials, however, refused to identify specific targets for the CIA-directed campaign. He claimed that although there were no US officials on the ground, US president Joe Biden had authorized the strikes, and they had used allied intelligence service.

Reports show the CIA has described its involvement as categorically false, but according to Murphy, the agency is allowed to do so by Title 50 of the United States Code, which permits covert actions.

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