“Russian Communists” ask the FSB to check the West’s involvement in Stalin’s death

“Russian Communists” ask the FSB to check the West’s involvement in Stalin’s death


The head of the Communists of Russia party, Sergei Malinkovich, said "RIA News"that the party appealed to the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation and the FSB with a request to verify the involvement of Western intelligence services in the death of Joseph Stalin.

“Many testimonies from Stalin’s contemporaries speak of the possible poisoning of the leader of the Soviet peoples by agents of Western influence,” said the head of the party.

Joseph Stalin died on March 5, 1953 at the age of 75 due to a cerebral hemorrhage, which allegedly occurred on March 1 due to hypertension and atherosclerosis. Despite the fact that, according to the official version, Joseph Stalin died of natural causes, versions of the violent nature of his death, including as a result of poisoning, have repeatedly appeared in the media.

On the previous anniversary of the death of the leader of the USSR, Advisor to the Director of the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation, Doctor of Historical Sciences Sergei Devyatov emphasized in a conversation with "RIA News"that the version of the poisoning of Joseph Stalin “has no basis for existence.”

Erdni Kagaltynov



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