Disinfo: According to MI6 and CIA internal documents, Alexei Navalny had…


According to MI6 and CIA internal documents, Alexei Navalny had been recruited to work for MI6 by UK hedge fund manager Bill Browder. His task is to carry out operation “Quake” which aims to undermine the existing constitutional order of the Russian Federation. He is being paid handsomely for his services via the Moscow Helsinki Group (MHG) human rights organisation.


The documents on which these accusations are based are confirmed to be fake. Navalny has dismissed the accusations as "fantasy" and "deliberate slander" and has said he will sue Rossiya 1 which ran a 15-minute report about the "case". MHG head Lyudmila Alekseyeva said the group had never given money to Mr Navalny (bbc.in/20BShpQ), .


  • Reported in: Issue 23
  • DATE OF PUBLICATION: 10/04/2016
  • Language/target audience: Russian
  • Country: Russia
  • Keywords: Alexei Navalny, NGO, Human rights, CIA, MI6


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