The codes to the Soviet Union's tactical nuclear weapons are lost during the Moscow coup attempt. During the Cold War both sides had programs of smuggling weapons into each other's countries (Agee 83), (Andrew, and Mitrokhin 359-361) (Lunev 25). After the Moscow coup the intensity of "terrorist" bombings goes up orders of magnitude.
09 April 1992
Vasili Mitrokhin goes to one of the new Baltic Republics walks in the British Embassy and defects. (Andrew, and Mitrokhin 14) Mitrokhin is said to have revealed the identities of hundreds of Russian Intelligence Agents. His document dump was one of the largest in history.
10 April 1992 at 9:20 pm
Baltic Exchange bombing one-ton bomb
?+7 November 1992
Vasili Mitrokhin, a major defector arrives in London (Andrew, and Mitrokhin 14)
14 November 1992 at 1:00am aborted-intercepted
Stoke Newington Road lorry 3.2-ton bomb is intercepted
|Chechen Prime Minister Ruslan Outsiev and his brother Nazerbek between them stands their interpreter who played a role in their assassination.|
?? February 1993
Seeking to procure 2000 Stinger Missiles, Ruslan Outsiev, Prime Minister of Chechnya, and his younger brother Nazerbek, having made a deal with the Royal Mint to print currency, passports and stamps for Chechnya are assassinated in London.
27 February 1993 12:17:37pm
Tactical nuke strike on the Presidential motor pool at the WTC. The presidential limousine is vaporized.
24 April 1993 at 10:27am
Bishopsgate Bombing, tactical nuke strike, the public is sold a cover story, 1-ton ANFO truck-bomb made by the IRA. The strike takes out the HSBC and Royal Saudi Banks. The Saudis played a big role in supporting the Afghan insurgency in the 1980’s. HSBC also has links Chechnya.
09 February 1996 at 7:01pm
London Docklands bombing 1.5-ton truck-bomb.
15 June 1996 at 11:17am
Manchester bombing tactical nuclear strike cover story +1.5-ton truck-bomb takes place before the Russia-England European Cup Match.
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