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Pro Aris et Focis

File: a8b2392aef79ff8⋯.jpg (31.67 KB, 549x365, 549:365, 1efb6c66de6a055c0618f4a4c8….jpg)

a54bc6 No.337988

Q-BIES, HELP ME FILL IN THE BLANKS

I tried to collect all research from the last thread but I'm sure I missed a few posts. There were a few names being looked in to that I could not find on the list, possibly due to translation issues?

THE LIST

PASSENGERS

1

ANOKHIN Victor

2

ANOKHIN Zoe

3

DMITRIENKO Julia

4

Gakhramanov Namig

5

KARPUSHKIN Anatoly

6

KARPUSHKINA Tatiana

7

Kiseleva Ekaterina

8

KLAEV Yuri

9

Anatoly Kolyodzny

10

KOROTKOV Evgeny

>Russian professional ice hockey forward who currently plays for Salavat Yulaev Ufa in the Kontinental Hockey League. Korotkov returned to HC CSKA Moscow in a trade after three seasons with Amur Khabarovsk

11

KOVCHUGA Lyudmila Sergeevna

12

LEONOVA Olga

13

LEVANOV Evgeny (child)

14

LEVANOV Evgeny

15

SERGOSHKO Alexander

16

SEVOYAN VARSIK

17

SINITSINA Tatiana

18

VEDYAKINA Maria

19

AKNAZAROV Tamerlan Turibekovich

20

ALEXANDROV Ilya

>worked for Biomirex Inc. - a drug discovery company that is focused on the development of antibody-based therapeutics.

21

ALEKSEENKOT Kriskentiya Nikolayevna

22

BOYKOVA Ekaterina Mikhailovna

23

BULATOVA Lily

24

Vediborenko Ilya Vladimirovich

25

GAUSSB Alfia Akzamovna

26th

Grachev Alexey Evgenyevich

>Lawyer for a Canadian immigration law firm based in Toronto

27th

Dryshova Irina

28

Gromov Igor

>Lawyer of Immigration from Chicago/Deerfield, IL

29

DAVYDOVA Elena Vasilyevna

>Bioweps in Khazkstan and NWO Clown city Astana

30

Victor Dolbin

31

DRAGINA Margarita

32

IVANOV Vyacheslav Anatolyevich

>Lecturer:International College of Economics and Finance

33

Ilyinov Yevgeny

34

KALASHNIK Marina Alexandrovna

35

KARMALEV Boris Alexandrovich

36

KOZUPITSKAYA Antonina Ivanovna

37

KRASOVA Hope (child)

38

KRASOVA Oksana

>Data Scientist - Upwork Freelancer from Moscow

39

Purepov Oleg

40

MACHNEVA Svetlana

41

Natalia Meshcheryakova

42

Momzikova Christina

43

NAZAROV Maxim

44

Nasirova Ekaterina Pavlovna

45

NIKITENKOV Galina

46

NIKITCHENKO Alexey

47

NIKOLAENKO Love

48

NORMANTOVICH Alexander

49

NORMANTOVICH Vladimir

50

Sergey Panchenko

>Site HSE Supervisor at Sakhalin Energy, Russian Federation Oil & Energy, Current: Sakhalin Energy Invesment Company Ltd

>Additional info - >>337502 >>337733 >>337825

51

POLETAEV Ilya Sergeevich (child)

52

RADCHUK Inna Evgenievna

53

REMARCHUK Vladimir

54

SON OF ULYAN

55

STAVUS Ilya

>Flying home to celebrate his 33rd birthday

>https:// iz.ru/707449/2018-02-11/odin-iz-passazhirov-samolet-148-pogib-v-svoi-den-rozhdeniia

56

Tolkachev Vyacheslav

57

TOLKACHEV Ivan Vladimirovich

58

Tolkacheva Love

59

TOLMASOVA Daria

60

TULKUBAEV Firgat Rinatovich

61

Marina Urazaeva

62

Usachev Vladimir Pavlovich

>State Hydrological Institute, Head of Remote Sensing Laboratory and GIS

>https:// www.linkedin.com/in/vladimir-usachev-0746aa70

63

KHOHLOVA Olga Anatolievna

64

Tsigichko Olga

65

YAMAEV Yuri

66

Gubanov Valery Ivanovich

67

GAMBARIAN Sergey Arsenovich

>Second Pilot

68

SLAVINSKAYA Anastasia Vladimirovna

>Flight crew member

69

KOVAL Victoria Olegovna

70

GAVRILOV Sergey Vladimirovich

>Member of the Management Board and First Deputy General Director - Chief Engineer at Yakutskenergo PAO (former AK Yakutskenergo OAO), since 2009. Between 2002 and 2003, he occupied the post of Head of the Power Equipment and Networks Operations at the Company.

>www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/company-profile/YKEN.MM

71

KUZMIN Oleg Vladimirovich

cc2871 No.338022

Hey I'm the original list maker…. Thanks for making a new thread. I'm keeping a notepad file open and will paste new info when I catch it. I hope at least 1 other person is cross-checking the old thread too because there was a lot of names being thrown around, some which I could not find on the flight.

When we have more I'll make a pastebin.

I'll advertise this thread around in the main Q threads too.


cc2871 No.338057


cc2871 No.338095


0c11ab No.338098

>>338022

I have a list created by google auto translate. Probably some erroneous crud there.


cc2871 No.338114

>>338095

Possibly not the right info for the guy………?


cc2871 No.338129

File: cc203373e166ea3⋯.png (31.92 KB, 737x685, 737:685, 026d90128203152c9ab240f668….png)

U1/Dossier cross-check list


cc2871 No.338137


cc2871 No.338176


c0bb50 No.338312

>>337988

>66

>Gubanov Valery Ivanovich

https:// chelorg.com/2018/02/11/the-crashed-an-148-operated-by-an-experienced-pilot/

The aircraft commander Valery Gubanov I., 1966, education Tambov higher military aviation school of pilots. Valery Ivanovich 2800 flying hours on this type (of aircraft), and only five thousand flight hours», — said the Agency interlocutor.

http:// vietnambiz.vn/vu-roi-may-bay-o-nga-khong-co-nguoi-viet-nam-trong-danh-sach-nan-nhan-45800.html

Although the date of birth and the place of residence are not listed on the list, the entire number of passengers has been confirmed as residents of the cities of Novotroisk, Gaya, Orsk and Novorsk - Chief Information Officer. of the Orsk city government, said Elena Abramova.

In particular, according to Ms. Abramova, many passengers on Saratov Airlines' bad flight are members of the same family. A Swiss citizen is also expected to be present on the flight.

What family and who is the swiss?


cc2871 No.338345

UPDATE

PASSENGERS

1

ANOKHIN Victor

2

ANOKHIN Zoe

3

DMITRIENKO Julia

4

Gakhramanov Namig

5

KARPUSHKIN Anatoly

6

KARPUSHKINA Tatiana

7

Kiseleva Ekaterina

8

KLAEV Yuri

9

Anatoly Kolyodzny

10

KOROTKOV Evgeny

>Russian professional ice hockey forward who currently plays for Salavat Yulaev Ufa in the Kontinental Hockey League. Korotkov returned to HC CSKA Moscow in a trade after three seasons with Amur Khabarovsk

11

KOVCHUGA Lyudmila Sergeevna

12

LEONOVA Olga

13

LEVANOV Evgeny (child)

14

LEVANOV Evgeny

15

SERGOSHKO Alexander

16

SEVOYAN VARSIK

17

SINITSINA Tatiana

18

VEDYAKINA Maria

19

AKNAZAROV Tamerlan Turibekovich

20

ALEXANDROV Ilya

>worked for Biomirex Inc. - a drug discovery company that is focused on the development of antibody-based therapeutics.

21

ALEKSEENKOT Kriskentiya Nikolayevna

22

BOYKOVA Ekaterina Mikhailovna

23

BULATOVA Lily

24

Vediborenko Ilya Vladimirovich

25

GAUSSB Alfia Akzamovna

26th

Grachev Alexey Evgenyevich

>Lawyer for a Canadian immigration law firm based in Toronto

27th

Dryshova Irina

28

Gromov Igor

>Lawyer of Immigration and Criminal Defense Attorney from Chicago/Deerfield, IL

>>338036 - >>337930 - >>337968 - >>337980 - >>338001

29

DAVYDOVA Elena Vasilyevna

>Bioweps in Khazkstan and NWO Clown city Astana

30

Victor Dolbin

31

DRAGINA Margarita

32

IVANOV Vyacheslav Anatolyevich

>Lecturer: International College of Economics and Finance

33

Ilyinov Yevgeny

34

KALASHNIK Marina Alexandrovna

35

KARMALEV Boris Alexandrovich

36

KOZUPITSKAYA Antonina Ivanovna

37

KRASOVA Hope (child)

38

KRASOVA Oksana

>Data Scientist - Upwork Freelancer from Moscow

39

Purepov Oleg

40

MACHNEVA Svetlana

41

Natalia Meshcheryakova

42

Momzikova Christina

43

NAZAROV Maxim

44

Nasirova Ekaterina Pavlovna

45

NIKITENKOV Galina

46

NIKITCHENKO Alexey

47

NIKOLAENKO Love

48

NORMANTOVICH Alexander

49

NORMANTOVICH Vladimir

50

Sergey Panchenko

>Site HSE Supervisor at Sakhalin Energy, Russian Federation Oil & Energy, Current: Sakhalin Energy Invesment Company Ltd

>Additional info - >>337502 >>337733 >>337825

51

POLETAEV Ilya Sergeevich (child)

52

RADCHUK Inna Evgenievna

53

REMARCHUK Vladimir

54

SON OF ULYAN

55

STAVUS Ilya

>Flying home to celebrate his 33rd birthday

>https:// iz.ru/707449/2018-02-11/odin-iz-passazhirov-samolet-148-pogib-v-svoi-den-rozhdeniia

56

Tolkachev Vyacheslav

57

TOLKACHEV Ivan Vladimirovich

58

Tolkacheva Love

59

TOLMASOVA Daria

60

TULKUBAEV Firgat Rinatovich

61

Marina Urazaeva

62

Usachev Vladimir Pavlovich

>State Hydrological Institute, Head of Remote Sensing Laboratory and GIS, special instruments for active and passive electromagnetic applications

>https:// www.linkedin.com/in/vladimir-usachev-0746aa70

>>338127

63

KHOHLOVA Olga Anatolievna

64

Tsigichko Olga

65

YAMAEV Yuri

66

Gubanov Valery Ivanovich

>Aircraft commander/pilot - 1966, education Tambov higher military aviation school of pilots. Valery Ivanovich 2800 flying hours on this type (of aircraft), and only five thousand flight hours», — said the Agency interlocutor.

>https:// chelorg.com/2018/02/11/the-crashed-an-148-operated-by-an-experienced-pilot/

67

GAMBARIAN Sergey Arsenovich

>Second Pilot

68

SLAVINSKAYA Anastasia Vladimirovna

>Flight crew member

69

KOVAL Victoria Olegovna

70

GAVRILOV Sergey Vladimirovich

>Member of the Management Board and First Deputy General Director - Chief Engineer at Yakutskenergo PAO (former AK Yakutskenergo OAO), since 2009. Between 2002 and 2003, he occupied the post of Head of the Power Equipment and Networks Operations at the Company.

>www.reuters.com/finance/stocks/company-profile/YKEN.MM

>>338080

71

KUZMIN Oleg Vladimirovich


cc2871 No.338357

A SECOND IGOR GROMOV FOUND

>>338297

Fuck, now which one was it?


b18707 No.338359

File: 3ca4160788af17f⋯.png (262.15 KB, 2010x2854, 1005:1427, Untitled spreadsheet - She….png)

give me actual verified and I'll add it to this graphic


b18707 No.338379

passenger 70 is plane crew, is it possible there is a different Sergei GAVRILOV that was on the crew


c0bb50 No.338448

>>338379

Q was right we should have learned russian. I don't know enough of the subtleties in names.

>>338129

Oleg and Sergei are on that list

We have to figure out the family that Vietnam paper was referring to. That may help us. We need a fluent speaker I know a few but not sure they will be ready to climb down a rabbit hole.


52e01f No.338479

File: 8c0b675a64e1c09⋯.jpeg (27.45 KB, 300x400, 3:4, 21AF6772-ECEB-4945-9422-3….jpeg)

>>338095

>>338379

>>338379

Just realized I have the wrong Gavrilov. Info I posted was for a Sergei “Yurievich” Gavrilov, not Sergei “Vladimirovich” Gavrilov.

Let’s take this one off the list for now


b18707 No.338480

>>338448

russiafag showed up in main bread


b18707 No.338494

File: ed67a09918c14f1⋯.png (293.71 KB, 1974x2854, 987:1427, Untitled spreadsheet - She….png)


c0bb50 No.338517

>>338479

Yeah the names are killing me. So are search engines. Yandex is what I am using. Any other suggestions?


cc2871 No.338521


642446 No.338566

Interesting. Don't know if same one but Palo Alto?

NAZAROV Maxim

https:// www.bloomberg.com/profiles/people/20445374-maxim-nazarov


a52507 No.338600

>>338345

For what it may be worth, listed as #13 & #14 is the name, "Levanov Evgeni" (Evgeny spelling here). In another list posted of names elsewhere, I had noticed those names listed as #35 & #36, and the duplication of the name is what caught my attention. When I used duckduckgo to search the name, it came up as a Soviet politician within Wikipedia. However, minutes later I searched again and the entry was no longer available.


52e01f No.338634

>>338517

I’ve been using duckduckgo and wikileaks


b18707 No.338644

Please use the proper name translations from here http:// en.mchs.ru/summary/latest_information/item/33515965/?print=1

If you info drop, try to include passenger number with your info.


cc2871 No.338647

>>338600

Is there a cached version of that article?


d4464f No.338677

File: 8629788027d3d43⋯.jpg (565.3 KB, 2550x1650, 17:11, 0c595bd992dc9595f11b4cf578….jpg)

Some victims can be ruled out based on their age.


f6b5b2 No.338692

>>338677

hope the birthdays helps


bb3d08 No.338712

Daria Tolmosova was not the target.

www.facebook.com/daria.tolmasova

Only two results returned in a duckduckgo search. Both go to her Facebook Page.

She's just a kid!


cc2871 No.338731


208b76 No.338737

#69 Voctoria Koval

This is a possibility and she is from DC if it is the same woman.

https:// www.linkedin.com/in/victoriakoval


b18707 No.338751

9 Vyacheslav IVANOV

Shows up as a Rosatom executive


b18707 No.338761

>>338731

thank you


52e01f No.338772

So I’m still on Gavrilov:

>Joint Institute for Nuclear Research

>Laboratory of Information Technologies

noc.jinr.ru/en/about-us/adm-syst.php

www.jinr.ru/about-en/


b18707 No.338779

>>338737

probably not, she is listed as plane crew


8e9e83 No.338806

File: b0dbe8c4dd7a05a⋯.jpg (83.58 KB, 640x480, 4:3, 25024925_1969121716671982_….jpg)

File: e151e137635fa58⋯.jpg (46.71 KB, 400x332, 100:83, e151e137635fa5806e1f49c9a6….jpg)

57 Ivan Tolkachev.

I looked at this guy because it was q post 705

Think mirror. 705=507

507=50 7 =57 Passenger 57

Not much on him and he may not be our target but his pic page is called johntheallseeingeye.

http ://www.thepictaram.club/instagram/johntheallseeingeye

Found this there and another anons isolated and idents the pic. It's the lady and the unicorn and represents the sense of taste.If he's not the target, maybe he's something else.


208b76 No.338825

>>338779

yeah I realized just after I posted my bad


cfce6a No.338832

>>337988

>>338498

possible passenger 71 - footballer Oleg Kuzmin

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oleg_Kuzmin

possible passenger 71 - spelled kuzmAn?

https:// archive.fo/CRIMW#selection-2465.136-2465.184

" Oleg Kuzman, the first deputy head of Dniprodzia " 1/28/18


208b76 No.338834

Passangers

1 ANOKHIN Victor

2 ANOKHIN Zoe

3 DMITRIENKO Julia

4 Gakhramanov Namig

5 KARPUSHKIN Anatoly

6 KARPUSHKIN Tatiana

7 Kiseleva Ekaterina

8 KLAEV Yuri

9 Anatoly Kolyodzny

10 KOROTKOV Evgeny

11 KOVCHUGA Lyudmila Sergeevna

12 LEONOVA Olga

13 LEVANOV Evgeny (child)

14 LEVANOV Evgeny (born in 1979)

15 SERGOSHKO Alexander

16 SEVOYAN VARSIK

17 SINITSINA Tatiana

18 VEDYAKINA Maria

19 AKNAZAROV Tamerlan Turibekovich

20 ALEXANDROV Ilya

21 ALEKSEENKOT Kriskentiya Nikolayevna

22 BOYKOVA Ekaterina Mikhailovna

23 BULATOVA Lily

24 Vediborenko Ilya Vladimirovich

25 GAUSSB Alfia Akzamovna

26th Grachev Alexey Evgenyevich

27th Dryshova Irina

28 Gromov Igor

29 DAVYDOVA Elena Vasilyevna

30 Victor Dolbin

31 DRAGINA Margarita

32 IVANOV Vyacheslav Anatolyevich

33 Ilyinov Yevgeny

34 KALASHNIK Marina Alexandrovna

35 KARMALEV Boris Alexandrovich

36 KOZUPITSKAYA Antonina Ivanovna

37 KRASOVA Hope (child)

38 KRASOVA Oksana

39 Purepov Oleg

40 MACHNEVA Svetlana

41 Natalia Meshcheryakova

42 Momzikova Christina

43 NAZAROV Maxim

44 Nasirova Ekaterina Pavlovna

45 NIKITENKOV Galina

46 NIKITCHENKO Alexey

47 NIKOLAENKO Love

48 NORMANTOVICH Alexander

49 NORMANTOVICH Vladimir

50 Sergey Panchenko

51 POLETAEV Ilya Sergeevich (child)

52 RADCHUK Inna Evgenievna

53 REMARCHUK Vladimir

54 SON OF ULYAN

55 STAVUS Ilya

56 Tolkachev Vyacheslav

57 TOLKACHEV Ivan Vladimirovich

58 Tolkacheva Love

59 TOLMASOVA Daria

60 TULKUBAEV Firgat Rinatovich

61 Marina Urazaeva

62 Usachev Vladimir Pavlovich

63 KHOHLOVA Olga Anatolievna

64 Tsigichko Olga

65 YAMAEV Yuri

CREW

66 Gubanov Valery Ivanovich

67 GAMBARIAN Sergey Arsenovich

68 SLAVINSKAYA Anastasia Vladimirovna

69 KOVAL Victoria Olegovna

70 GAVRILOV Sergey Vladimirovich

71 KUZMIN Oleg Vladimirovich


cfce6a No.338883

n/m i see now he's crew

>>338832


cc2871 No.338888


cc2871 No.338893

>>338888

Damn I really wasted those gets……………


b18707 No.338896

>>338832

66+ = crew… unlikely unless he has second job as flight attendant


cfce6a No.338911

>>33889

thnx just saw it a min. ago


cc2871 No.338923


cc2871 No.338932


b18707 No.338987


0a3c3d No.338997

sergey panchenko


cc2871 No.339056

File: 569db98b765405e⋯.jpeg (504.09 KB, 1267x1458, 1267:1458, 619b5e69657df15ec4098b921….jpeg)


efb814 No.339074

File: 619b5e69657df15⋯.jpeg (983.85 KB, 1267x1458, 1267:1458, CrashNamesTransliterated ….jpeg)

Cross post as requested.

Here is the passenger + crew list from the Russian site. Russian names are alphebetized using Russian dictionary order for ease of comparing.

The names are transliterated into Latin characters from http:// www.translit.cc/ using GOST 7.79 B style transliteration which appears to be the closest to what looks reasonable to me.

Note there are many possible English spellings for Russian words. Russian spelling give the exact pronunciation, but there are no exactly-matching English phonemes.

I annotated the list male or female. This can be determined precisely because all Russian nouns have gender, including SURNAME, firstname, and patronymic (given in that order, in the source list).

I added a column of annotations with some alternate spellings that you might see, based on my reading of the Russian pronunciation. These are not the only possible spellings…

I don't like the use of the letter 'j' in transliteration for the 'y' sound but there it is.

You can paste a Russian name or word on http:// www.translit.cc/ then click DO MORE at the bottom, then search that word on Russian language websites like Yandex. Looks promising.

My spreadsheet text is in this pastebin:

https:// pastebin.com/FF3jsBae

Sorry for the delay. This takes quite a bit of time.


b18707 No.339102

>>339074

thanks russiafag


c0bb50 No.339107

>>339074

BTW Great work. I know how long this just took hah.

Very useful though.


cc2871 No.339108

IMPORTANT

>>339066 - >>339089


8e9e83 No.339118

>>338806

> TOLKACHEV Ivan Vladimirovich

Got his fagbook. Same pics

Attended yet another conference 2017. Seems to have something to do with media and medicine. Maybe a different russian bot can get more out of it.

https: //www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010646294381


cc2871 No.339156


e36b63 No.339165

Igor Gromov DOB matches that of one CS. 6/24/1964


cdd380 No.339237

File: ee2b58921b156cf⋯.png (170.48 KB, 971x776, 971:776, russian-age-1.png)

File: ada5541b2333757⋯.png (163.55 KB, 971x771, 971:771, russian-age-2.png)

my list i had done by age. Snowden is 34. Yellow are names that were on your list that weren't on mine.

my list was from:

http:// www.mchs.gov.ru/operationalpage/Operativnaja_informacija/item/33515861/


cdd380 No.339248

File: 12c28e4d722dcf6⋯.png (172.17 KB, 970x754, 485:377, russian-2.png)

File: 11e4d1fcc9007c5⋯.jpg (603.09 KB, 974x775, 974:775, russian-1.jpg)

>>339237

sorted by name


cdd380 No.339261

>>339248

Grey less likely. either old, young, or the mom of the small child


588ed8 No.339328

Interesting that today is the”11th”

The black hats sure love their numbers.


4d6696 No.339421

>>338022

I'm on another website, where one poster is following both THIS BOARD and some live stream, and he left the following tidbit at the bottom of his post. So up front, I can't speak to the information's value, and for all I know, he could have READ IT HERE in an earlier post - too hard for me to keep up. But it case it's new here (and I quote):

''Now the live stream is saying they think it is Sergey Panchenco, a Russian intelligence operative who also possibly went by the name Millian Panchenko and Sergey Millian.

He was involved with providing the fake "Russian" information in the dossier and also U-1.''


cc2871 No.339438

>>339421

Sergey Millian has come up in previous Q research threads today. Will have to look into that name more.


cdd380 No.339458

>>339421

This is weird if it’s him. His name jumped out at me when I first saw the list.


4d6696 No.339483

>>339438

Cheers. Looks like seat 47 from his list (and they included birthdays as well - 3/28/73 for Sergey, if they're info is correct). The site I'm visiting is named after a type of firearm…have never visited it before. I'm in a forum within the main site, the discussion came up when I searched out a name from the plane on DuckDuckGo.


4d6696 No.339489

>>339483

"their"


bb3d08 No.339524

>>339248

My search on Daria Tomasova didn't merit an add?

See:

>>338712

She's insignificant, but it will keep others from wasting their time. God bless.


cc2871 No.339665


4d6696 No.339668

>>339421

Now I've found more regarding my post. There's a lot about Sergey Millian (who this article says he has changed his name in the past), and he's being interviewed by "Brian Ross" (yes, that Brian Ross) in this video. There are other articles online if you're interested. Now, people just have to figure out if this is actually Sergey Panchencho. The guy comes across as a liar, almost as bad as if it's a spoof interview…he can't stop laughing when asked what he knows about Trump.

http:// abcnews.go.com/Politics/us-russian-businessman-source-key-trump-dossier-claims/story?id=45019603


cc2871 No.339731


a8d382 No.339785

>>338479

>>338379

Guys, check for the middle names as well. Middle names are very important in Russian culture.


cc2871 No.339824


cc2871 No.339967


cc2871 No.339993


cc2871 No.340153


cc2871 No.340159


8e8e5e No.340239

File: f9b702a40fef5d4⋯.jpg (177.64 KB, 842x553, 842:553, 2018.02.11.150616.screensh….jpg)

Vyacheslav Rychkov

[alluding to OVER the TARGET]

https:// cds.cern.ch/record/2130309

CERN seems to be about ripping the veil open & Saturn(alia) Worship

Getting the feeling something is 'stuck' on Saturn that CERN is trying to un-stick.. , probably other projects, but APatch has drawn lines pointing that way… VR affil with CERN..


c16082 No.340304

65 pass + 6 crew according to the official list

https:// www.seatmaestro.com/airplanes-seat-maps/polet-airlines-an-148-100e-68pax/

Saratov was leasing the plane from Rossiya

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saratov_Airlines


e03e34 No.340355

Tolkachev/a


cc2871 No.340382


2c5239 No.341509

>>341489

Did you guys figure out that

Vyacheslav IVANOV (passenger list)

is not equal to

Vyacheslav PERSHUKOV (guy with ROSATOM connections)?

Vyacheslav is a first name.

Two guys named Tom are not the same person.

Two guys named Vyacheslav are not the same person.


b18707 No.341541

>>341509

https:// www.zoominfo.com/p/Vyacheslav-Ivanov/-1092570228


b18707 No.341546

>>341509

https:// www.ifnec.org/ifnec/upload/docs/application/pdf/2016-06/v.ivanov.financing_opportunities_and_challenges_.pdf


b18707 No.341549

>>341509

i think this topic is done, we know the target anon.


8c6d82 No.341583

>>339421

It's been a busy day, and with multiple tabs running I can't say exactly where, but I DID see and read Sergey Millian Panchenco in more than one place today. I'll see if I can backtrack my history.


d18f6a No.347307

I'd like to know how we are winning when we can't even stop the SAI from happening across the country…

Is it just a coincidence that a week before this "flu" outbreak, the sky was being painted more than I've ever seen?

msm(written form) releases a articles about viruses living in the stratosphere… really?


a9394c No.347383

I noticed an anon's post in the general thread about one of the passengers and have been thinking about this. The first post about the passenger list that Q replied to said "over the target" in response to the post wondering if #32 was the target.

When I first read Q's response, I thought he meant "that's it" = "over the target."

But maybe "over the target" was a more obscure hint.

The next line below is # 33 as seen in the post >>339722. #33 is listed as Ilyin Evgeny. Last name first.

I've been checking online and found a picture of the younger son. Not found one of the father yet. Son born in '05 and father in '79, both the same name.

However, the name is not really spelled Ilyin. Depending on how you translate it from Russian, the name could be spelled

Evgeni

Evgeny

Yevgeny

Yevgeniy

Ilyinov

Levant

Livanov

Livanova

In all of the cases (except the last one) the name would have to have "ov" added to "Ilyin" to be spelled correctly.

So, just considering the possibility that Q could have meant 2 things:

1. #32 was directly over the target, namely #33.

2. "ov"er the target–a hint that "ov" needed to be added to the spelling of the last name.

I have checked FB and Linked In and searched for all spelled the various ways and have not been able to find an account or article or photo clearly belonging to this person. So I don't know anything more about him. He was 39 so old enough to have been a source to Christopher Steele.

Looking through articles online, it seems that the names of Steele's sources in Russia have not been made public.


a9394c No.347400

Auto correct problem. Not Levant. Should be Levanov.

>>347383


751108 No.348030

>>339421

I had a feeling when I saw Q's post because I knew Sergei/Sergey Millian had other aliases. I've been building out a timeline in an app called Aeon and I have 3 names for him there, so my first thought was I bet there's more. My computer is downstairs but I think another last name was Kukut and another variation of that.

In any case, it wouldn't surprise me if he had tons of aliases and it was one of the first things I looked for on the manifest.


130069 No.348203

File: 28dca9b2742256d⋯.jpg (48.41 KB, 455x530, 91:106, U1 plane crash.jpg)

>>337988

It was all for this [1] person.

These people are SICK.


c65090 No.348880

>>347383

names from the original list:

32. ИВАНОВ Вячеслав Анатольевич, 22.06.1986, Оренбургская область, ЗАТО Комаровский

33. ИЛЬИНОВ Евгений Викторович, 26.05.1986, г. Санкт-Петербург

no 33 doesn't look like the targeted person: https:// www.spb.kp.ru/daily/26793/3828104/


c65090 No.348932

>>348203

CFO of rosatom is Nikolay Solomon

http:// www.rosatom.ru/en/about-us/governance/management-board/solomon/


6eb4a7 No.349185

I hope if it was clowns in amirpika who did this vicious mass murder to get 2 of their own goofs,the perps need to die slow realll slow,starting with 45 cals in the insteps & work up to the sternum,upside down

that poor guy the first pic on the net of the big guy sitting on a bench looking at the device with the last

video of his wife kid dad,whomever he lost in a fingersnap,,gone,,,,how goddamn sad,,condolences russian people,,shallow tho it sounds right now. a lot of people out here feel bad forya.


6eb4a7 No.349208

just a song fellas, forget who in history liked it,it listen to it for these nice russians,all but 2,belong to the ages,and god who may forgive the goofs we will not

https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=QBQYvzK9YsI


a9394c No.349332

Check out bread # 429. Tons of posts all the way through about Ivanov and who is the right i.d. on the target. Three different people with same/similar names. All on #429.


9cd51e No.396168

>>349332

Looks like nothing really definitive so far, and I feel like this is just hanging.

Dug through some MSM news reports for a little more info on the victims, maybe this will help:

>Lyudmila Kovchuga, 53, Doctor

>Ulrich Klaeui, Swiss oil engineer for Burckhardt Compression

>Sergei Ilyin, ice hockey player

>Ilya Poletayev, student

>Vladimir Normantovich, 60, petrochemical engineer for Orsknefteorgsintez

>Alexander Normantovich, 37, also worked at Orsknefteorgsintez

>Ilya Stavskiy, 33, ‘from the Urals’, died on birthday

>Antonina Kuzupitsa, 56, head of Orsk city finance dept.

>Viktor Anokhin, owner of Orsk central market

>Zoya Anokhin, his wife

>Evgeny Korotkov, working on oil or gas pipeline in Orsk


c0903a No.404961

>>338806

The lady and the unicorn was owned by the Rockefeller's and was in their house on 54th st.

David talks about it here. Very important to him, he says.

https: //www.youtube.com/watch?v=9s99zTOKOQs


c0903a No.405117

Info here about the passenger's by George Webb // ?

https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=PpT4eigk5j4

Moscow RosAtom "Plane Crash" - Roadmap To Uranium One

connects to child trafficking.

And the ports in Miami FL.

What is EB5 ?

"Russian Scientist "paperclip" to Univ. in U.S.

Money laundering through real estate projects, is a lead

Money was from Uranium smuggling, from Kazakhstan. It's postulated.

Moscow Crash Pointed Straight to Port Canaveral, Uranium One, and Gulftainer

https:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=npbHeYuyfC4

Goes into connections with certain companies in D.C.


c0903a No.405218

>>347383

"over the target"

Where the plane was shot down?

Over some field. Webb said it was near Kazakhstan where there is Uranium mined? or refined?


4a8d5d No.406916

>>405117

EB5, is an immigration program. I believe it's the one of giving a million dollars to the USA and you don't need to start a business.


1e0c57 No.407521

File: 9b2d377dd8de0ef⋯.jpg (114.77 KB, 2192x298, 1096:149, helper-anon.jpg)

>>407085

>>407085

Ok this may be a crumb from bread 501. Helper Anon there posted this:


1e0c57 No.407695

File: 27e14a9667f88c6⋯.jpg (275.14 KB, 1654x2339, 1654:2339, list1.jpg)

File: b33f629b4bd2794⋯.jpg (266.66 KB, 1654x2339, 1654:2339, list2.jpg)

File: 00b5344a42a073d⋯.jpg (282.69 KB, 1654x2339, 1654:2339, list3.jpg)

>>407521

So I dug up the original bread, and the original passenger list that some helper anon typed in to the post. Here it is exactly copy and pasted:

1

ANOKHIN Victor

2

ANOKHIN Zoe

3

DMITRIENKO Julia

4

Gakhramanov Namig

5

KARPUSHKIN Anatoly

6th

KARPUSHKINA Tatiana

7th

Kiseleva Ekaterina

8

KLAEV Yuri

9

Anatoly Kolyodzny

10

KOROTKOV Evgeny

eleven

KOVCHUGA Lyudmila Sergeevna

12

LEONOVA Olga

13

LEVANOV Evgeny (child)

14

LEVANOV Evgeny (born in 1979)

15

SERGOSHKO Alexander

16

SEVOYAN VARSIK

17th

SINITSINA Tatiana

18

VEDYAKINA Maria

19

AKNAZAROV Tamerlan Turibekovich

20

ALEXANDROV Ilya

21

ALEKSEENKOT Kriskentiya Nikolayevna

22

BOYKOVA Ekaterina Mikhailovna

23

BULATOVA Lily

24

Vediborenko Ilya Vladimirovich

25

GAUSSB Alfia Akzamovna

26th

Grachev Alexey Evgenyevich

27th

Dryshova Irina

28

Gromov Igor

29

DAVYDOVA Elena Vasilyevna

thirty

Victor Dolbin

31

DRAGINA Margarita

32

IVANOV Vyacheslav Anatolyevich

33

Ilyinov Yevgeny

34

KALASHNIK Marina Alexandrovna

35

KARMALEV Boris Alexandrovich

36

KOZUPITSKAYA Antonina Ivanovna

37

KRASOVA Hope (child)

38

KRASOVA Oksana

39

Purepov Oleg

40

MACHNEVA Svetlana

41

Natalia Meshcheryakova

42

Momzikova Christina

43

NAZAROV Maxim

44

Nasirova Ekaterina Pavlovna

45

NIKITENKOV Galina

46

NIKITCHENKO Alexey

47

NIKOLAENKO Love

48

NORMANTOVICH Alexander

49

NORMANTOVICH Vladimir

50

Sergey Panchenko

51

POLETAEV Ilya Sergeevich (child)

52

RADCHUK Inna Evgenievna

53

REMARCHUK Vladimir

54

SON OF ULYAN

55

STAVUS Ilya

56

Tolkachev Vyacheslav

57

TOLKACHEV Ivan Vladimirovich

58

Tolkacheva Love

59

TOLMASOVA Daria

60

TULKUBAEV Firgat Rinatovich

61

Marina Urazaeva

62

Usachev Vladimir Pavlovich

63

KHOHLOVA Olga Anatolievna

64

Tsigichko Olga

65

YAMAEV Yuri

CREW

66

Gubanov Valery Ivanovich

67

GAMBARIAN Sergey Arsenovich

68

SLAVINSKAYA Anastasia Vladimirovna

69

KOVAL Victoria Olegovna

70

GAVRILOV Sergey Vladimirovich

71

KUZMIN Oleg Vladimirovich

———————–

Based on that list, exactly as typed, I took a closer look at the differences between names. Going on the 'fonts' clue from helper anon, I circled all the ones that did not feature all CAPS in the first word.

Going a step further, there are some anomalies with the numbering, i.e. sometimes a 'th' was added to the number, and in one case the number was "spelled out".

Now we need to look at this in greater detail. I wish spreadsheetfag would come back on here and incorporate these into his work.


a9394c No.416855

Updated info on Ivanov, Livanov, and Pachenko:

>>416830

>>416837

>>416844

>>416847


d8ef52 No.441354

File: 03bbeed7ee3bbae⋯.jpg (513.5 KB, 1654x2339, 1654:2339, AN-148.xlsx.jpg)

>>407695

>up a pattern. I'm no crypto-analyst, but the suggestion was that the specific organization of the list by the original Helper Anon was purposeful.

>Post any findings here, and I can add to the original XL file.


d8ef52 No.441369

>>407695

Not sure why my text didn't fully post:

Alright I've taken this idea and created a new spreadsheet. All names, spelling, and organization is EXACTLY as posted by the original Anon, and I think we are looking at some kind of code here.

-lower case names = 20 occurrences

-upper case names = 1 occurrence

-first & last name sequence = 5 occurrences (all other names seem to be last-name-first)

-"eleven" and "thirty" are spelled out, this must be relevant

-several numbers have 'th' after them, but i can't make sense of it.

Highlighted in yellow are some of the possible numeric matches using simple arithmetic:

"eleven" + "thirty" = 41 Natalia Meshcheryovka

20 = ALEXANDROV Ilya

5 = KARPUSHKIN Anatoly

I need another set of eyes on this to maybe pick up a pattern. I'm no crypto-analyst, but the suggestion was that the specific organization of the list by the original Helper Anon was purposeful.

Post any findings here, and I can add to the original XL file.


9d0fa4 No.441692

Great Investigate Work, GentleMan.


a9394c No.447866

Ivanov is mis-identified. He was not a lecturer at college. Different Ivanov. I have done a lot of digging on this one and it's in the bread.

Also, I've looked at over a dozen passenger lists and the names are pretty much all in this same order so I'm not sure if there is any specific coding on this--it may have been a first hasty release? Every list I've seen even from Russian-language passenger lists has them in this order.

Here are the links in the bread.

>>416830

>>416837

>>416847

>>416844

>>416926

>>441354


a9394c No.447947

Pachenko worked for a company that was connected to Rosatom, apparently. Not sure if that has anything to do with it at all.

>>416915

>>416685

>>416947

>>405218


a9394c No.447996

>>405117

Perhaps connected to Pachenko? See

>>447947


f2d469 No.448221

>>447866

It's not the order of the names, but the capitals and lower case. Also the number spellings "eleven" instead of 11. "thirty" instead of 30.

Whoever we are supposed to find on this list has not been found yet. We can brute force it by digging on everyone, but it seems like there is something here we are supposed to see maybe.


f2d469 No.448589

File: dd7b7fcf5940112⋯.jpg (84.29 KB, 1183x594, 1183:594, list-post.jpg)

>>448221

>>337170

Here is the original list in the original bread #414. 8 minutes between Q's post and the Anon's english list of names.

I wanted to test what would happen if I copied=> pasted=> translated the russian list. So I just went back to the orig. website Q referenced, and did that. Google translate won't take it, the list is too long. Neither would several other translators. I finally found a translator that worked, but it did not reproduce the capitalization and numbering effects in the Anon's english list.

It's hard to make a conclusion yet. The crash was first mentioned in bread #412 about 3 hours earlier than this time stamp. Plenty of time for Anons to be digging on their own, and maybe come up with this English list.

The name and font anomalies I get, it could be caused by someone in a hurry. But the numbering anomalies seem deliberate to me. I have been going back through the crumbs to see what may correlate to 'eleven', 'thirteen,' etc.

Nothing is jumping out at me yet.


a9394c No.459913

Russia Plane Crash—who was the target?

I’ve been looking into Sergei Pachenko. He lived in the city of Norilsk (far north, Siberian, not too close to Moscow). He was the director of the Norilsk Agency for Development of the Autonomous Non-profit Organization Norilsk Development Agency and a deputy of the Norilsk City Council.

https:// www. nornickel.com/news-and-media/press-releases-and-news/norilsk-development-agency-founded-by-norilsk-administration-norilsk-nickel-and-vladimir-potanin-foundation/?sphrase_id=341723

The Norilsk Development Agency was a partnership between the Norilsk municipality, Norilsk Nickel’s Polar Division, and the Vladimir Potanin Foundation.

Norilsk Nickel is now called Nornickel and is the world's leading producer of nickel and palladium. It is headquartered in Moscow but it’s largest operations are in the Norilsk region.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nornickel

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Norilsk

Nornickel had been the largest shareholder in Stillwater Mining Co. but sold their shares in 2010.

https:// en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stillwater_Mining_Company

In 2014, Nornickel and Rosatom signed a cooperation agreement on social and economic development of the Trans-Baikal Territory.

http:// tass.com/economy/728310

http:// rosatom-europe.com/press-centre/news/250-rosatom-and-norilsk-nickel-ready-to-cooperate-in-zabaikalskiy-region/

From this, it appears that Pachenko could have tangentially been connected to Rosatom through his connections to Nornickel. When Q said over the target to the comment about Ivanov, who was mistakenly identified as the Ivanov at Rosatom, Q said “over the target.” Maybe the over the target part had to do with Rosatom and not Ivanov. I haven’t been able to find anything suspicious at all about the Ivanov who was killed in the plane crash, and he doesn’t seem to have any connections to Rosatom.

part 1


a9394c No.459920

>>459913

Part 2 Pachenko

Here is a translated obituary for Pachenko from a Russian website.

His tragic departure from life was a real blow for relatives, friends, colleagues.

On February 11, 2018, at the age of 44, Sergei Nikolaevich Panchenko, director of the Norilsk Agency for Development of the Autonomous Non-profit Organization Norilsk Development Agency, deputy of the Norilsk City Council, was killed as a result of a plane crash in the Moscow region. Beloved husband and caring father.

His tragic departure from life was a real blow for relatives, friends, colleagues.

Sergei Nikolayevich Panchenko was born on March 28, 1973 in the village of Belye-Vody, Shymkent region. In 1996 he graduated from the polygraphic faculty of Omsk State Technical University with a degree in Technological Engineer. In 2009 he graduated from the National Research University "Higher School of Economics" (Moscow) in the specialties "General and Strategic Management" with the assignment of the MBA degree and "Strategic Management" with the assignment of the DBA degree.

In Norilsk, Sergei Panchenko arrived in 1996 and began his career as a mechanic at the Norilsk Combine's printing plant, then worked as a mechanical engineer, chief engineer of the printing house and editorial and publishing complex. Since 2007 he worked as deputy director of the media company "Northern City". From 2008 to 2017 he was the general director of Severniy Gorod Media Company Ltd. During the years of the management of the media company, he made an invaluable contribution to the development of the Norilsk media, initiated humanitarian and educational projects, citywide events and celebrations.In 2017, Sergey Nikolaevich became the Director of the Development Agency Norilsk.

Having headed this newly formed organization, he presented the Agency in the shortest possible time not only at the municipal and regional, but also at the federal level, recruited a team of professionals, set the vector for all further work of the ARN.

Sergei Panchenko was a respected person in Norilsk, not indifferent to the fate of the city. He was a member of the Public Council under the Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in the city of Norilsk, was an expert of the Presidential Grants Fund and an expert of the "New Opportunities World" charitable program of the Norilsk Nickel company. His efforts to Norilsk, Taimyr, the Far North in recent years, learned many famous figures of culture, art, science. He was full of energy and strength, initiatives and plans. Maximized himself to work, while remaining a true family man. Sergei Panchenko was an example for imitation. He inspired people around him, he was the generator of ideas and the center of attraction.

Employees of the Norilsk Development Agency condole with relatives, friends, colleagues, everyone who knew Sergei Panchenko.

We will miss his endless energy, purposefulness, cheerfulness, a subtle sense of humor. Sergey Panchenko remains forever in our hearts a wise adviser, always ready to come to the rescue in any life situation. R.I.P.

http:/ /norilsk.bezformata.ru/listnews/podmoskove-pogib-sergej-panchenko/64810905/

>>416847


a9394c No.468284

This article contains some personal info about some of the passengers.

https:// ifnews24.com/the-people-who-died-in-the-crash-of-an-148/


bd872d No.470968

>>459913

>>>459913

>Here is a quote I pulled off that Nornickel website regarding Sergey Panchenko:

>Sergey Panchenko, former head of the Severny Gorod media company, became the CEO of the Norilsk Development Agency.


bd872d No.470993

>>470968

Oops ignore that, difficulty posting.

Looked a little bit further at Panchenko. The only other thing I dug up was he was formerly the head of Severny Gorod Media Company, in which Norilsk was apparently the main shareholder. It is listed as doing audio, video, sound, and mass media There was no website I can find, and no mention of them on the inter web, other than this connection with Norilsk. Norilsk had to divest of any media shares it owned in 2016, according to some law. There were 3 or 4 different companies, including Severny Gorod. Panchenko was then named to be CEO of this Norilsk Development Agency.


bd872d No.472579

File: 426ff417c9925f3⋯.jpg (692.22 KB, 1654x4120, 827:2060, AN-148-1.jpg)

>>470993

Here is the updated sheet with everyone's leads.

Recommend we look close at Viktor Dolbin and SEVOYAN VARSIK. Those names seem to stand out most from the pattern.


a9394c No.474759

More info about Pachenko in this post with thread preceding it.

>>471120

>>470993


a89bee No.480888

File: 0d449def9ac5674⋯.jpg (2.88 MB, 3300x7641, 1100:2547, AN-148-3-web1.jpg)

>>470993

>>470993

Alrighty Anons, spent a considerable amount of time following those other links. One in particular was a huge trove of information:

https:// www.newsru.com/russia/12feb2018/an.html#44

It lists a bio of almost everyone on the plane. Another of the linked sites had named photos, thank God.

In looking at the number pattern and bios, Sergey Panchenko and Ilya Alexandrov stand out the most to me. There are some other interesting ones too if you read through the bios.

Panchenko is the only one so far who MAY have had a Rosatom / Dossier connection, but it seems weak.

Alexandrov is Spetznaz, pretty much says it all. Could have been involved in anything.

Anyway I pulled 8 names out of the list who seem to warrant deeper digging. Need help, Anons!


a9394c No.481857

The connection with Pachenko is circumstantial. He was in a place with connections to lots of players in CIA-Clinton related activities, so he would have had the opportunity to be involved in some shady dealings. But beyond that, no proof.

>>480888


74668b No.482058

>>481857

Yes exactly. We have nothing solid so far. That's why more digging.


a96fee No.482208

>>480888

Maybe a stupid question, BUT what if there is a Snowden Connection here? What all did he do while in Russia? Who was he dealing with? I’m convinced he was part of the Dossier connection. I’m also convinced that Obama “let” him “flee” to Mother Russia.


49547b No.482646

>>482208

I'm not even sure Snowden is a real person, haha. I have a theory that 'Snow' is like John Snow. Or that if he is real, he doesn't look like the pictures. Some of the Anons were trying to look for who on the list is about his age.

I see where you are headed with this line of logic. I downloaded all the named pics, but its a hell ton of work to try to put them all up.


49547b No.482650

>>480888

Here are all the clients of 02Consulting, Alexey Nikitchenko's company. Translated from their website:

Our clients:

• Ministry of economic development of the Russian Federation

• Ministry of the Russian Federation on the development of the far East

• Ministry of education and science of the Russian Federation

• Department of science, industrial policy and entrepreneurship, Moscow

• Geostream Assets Management

• Barco

• CleanGrass Technologies

• Enterprise Mauritius

• Frost & Sullivan

• Global TechInnovations

• IPO Board

• iR & Dclub

• Strategy Partners Group

• Upgrade Media

• An autonomous institution of the Republic of Adygea

• Agency for investment, innovation and consulting

• Ajson

• Venture Capital Alterizm

• Analytical Centre of the Government of the Russian Federation

• BANK URALSIB

• business Thesaurus

• Viva Eng

• Air conditioning

• Institute of experimental economics and Finance of the Lomonosov Moscow State University

• Integrated Biometric solutions and systems

• It-development

• Carbonica-s

• Development Corporation of Zelenograd

• Krasnaya Presnya

• Medjel

• Interprofessional Association of nanoindustry

• Moscow Azerbaijan export and investment promotion agency

• SME Bank

• National Association of individual venture investors (business angels)

• National Institute for system studies of entrepreneurship

• Nergiz Dagestan

• long-term development of the Volgograd region

• MERS

• regional business support center of Vologda Oblast

• Growth of Bank

• Rostelecom

• Fleece

• Sberbank

• BI management company of the Republic of Karelia (uk BI RK)

• entrepreneurship support fund of Yugra

• Photonic Nano-meta Technology

• Expo-Ecos


a9394c No.490309

Anons are speculating that Snowden may have been in Hong Kong or North Korea and not Russia. Not sure yet.

>>482208


a9394c No.490341

Is this a company that he founded and owned or a company that he worked for?

Where is it located?

What I wonder is, when Q said "over the target," to Ivanov, was he referring to the person that was mistakenly identified as Ivanov, who was not on the plane? Or did he mean something different by "over the target"?

If there was something that was over the target about the mis-identified passenger, would it be Rosatom? I guess that's what led me to suspect Pachenko, because he did have connections to Rosatom. Whereas Ilyinov and Levanov and Ivanov as far as I can tell were just working normal jobs and there didn't seem to be anything about them that would initially raise suspicions.

>>482650


8afe1f No.490377

>>490341

Over The Target usually means that whatever the quoted post said is correct or almost there.


a9394c No.491444

Yeah, but it wasn't correct in that the poster linked to the Ivanov who worked at Rosatom (who wasn't on the plane). So that could mean that the correct part was a connection to Rosatom?

>>490377


6300d0 No.491628

>>490341

For what it's worth, Ilyinov was VP of this NISIPP organization, which Nikitchenko was also in. They were both going to Johannesburg. Perhaps we need to look into NISIPP.

I think in the first few days we had a lot of name confusion, and Anons grabbing pictures off of FB. Ever since, people are stuck on Ivanov because of Q's comment. Who knows exactly what Q meant.

Best thing now is to do our careful homework on these people. NISIPP, Metalloinvest, NorNickel, O2Consulting, Spetznaz; remember we are looking for [1] connection to both the Dossier and to Uranium One.


2e4d36 No.492185

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>>491628

I found another big trove of bio information, downloaded all as PDF's and will start going through them.

Check out these interesting facts on Alexey 'Snake' Grachev… a biker on the take for oligarchs and politicians…. This article didn't mention his employment.

This article also repeats the eyewitness accounts of a BURNING PLANE before impact.


a9394c No.493977

I have read that description. But I looked at one news report from Russia that showed a video of a plane looking just like the one that crashed plowing into a snowy field and exploding. I don't speak Russian so wasn't sure if they somehow had footage of it or where the video came from. But if that was really footage of the crash, it was to burning prior to impact.

>>492185


a9394c No.493981

>>493977

auto-correct correction:

it was not burning prior to impact


a9394c No.515552

>>515389

This article makes a link between Jonathan Winer, an Obama State Dept. official, and Christopher Steele, the dossier, U1, Rosatom, and Clinton Global Initiative.

May lead to some connections helping to determine who was the target on the Russian plane that crashed.


a9394c No.520451

Post in general thread today with mention of crash. Don't know if it's anything but will link here in case it's pertinent.

>>519667


f7f84f No.605144

>491444

>459920

This may have already been solved since no recent action on this thread, but just in case. Sorry for pronunciation spelled names. Just copied directly from article so wouldn't mess it up. (Lot of other info here, too!)

1. IvanOFF ANA-TOL-O-VICH who is the CFO of Rosatom Overseas – the Russian company involved in Uranium One mining. Some people who don’t understand the structure of big companies are unaware there can be more than one Chief Financial Officer of a company. Anotolovich was the CFO of the overseas division of Rosatom.

He would have had knowledge about the financial aspects of the Uranium One deal made with Crooked Hillary and Traitor 44 which is why this is significant and looks as if, since the release of the Nunes Memo, the Democrats and the Deep State are looking to cover their tracks.

2. Ser-gay Pan-CHEN-ko was also murdered. He was the Russian intelligence operative connected to Uranium One and was “Source D” providing fake information for the dossier created by Christopher Steel which provided false information in order to get a FISA warrant on Carter Page, a volunteer for the Trump Campaign in 2016.

PAN-CHEN-CO also went by Millian Pan-CHEN-co and Ser-gay Millian. An article dated March 29, 2017 in the Wall Street Journal says he was the head of a Russian American Business Group and the source of the Fake Russian Dossier.

3.Igor Gromov from Chicago, who was a Russian and an attorney linked to Loop Capital which appears to be the company used by many Democrats and the Deep State money laundering operation also linked to sex trafficking, MS 13 and Amalgamated Bank which is linked to the company providing G-4-S- security for the Miami Nightclub and the 34 B J Union which oversaw the Time Disposal Trash Company that caused the train crash carrying the Intelligence committee members to their annual retreat as well as the Hospital where Scalia and Seth Rich were transported for treatment…."

https:// aprillajune.com/russian-plane-crash-murdered-71-silence-3/


a9394c No.649687

Footage of the crash and also lots of photos of passengers and crew who were killed.

http:// www. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5379925/Footage-shows-Russian-plane-crashing-near-Moscow.html


a9394c No.649692

http:// torrentinvites.org/f24/split-speed-preliminary-cause-148-crash-named-378207/

Investigation into cause of crash.


a9394c No.649824

>>605144

The first 2, Anatolovich and Pachenko, are not the ones that you listed. It is a different Anatolovich and Pachenko than was first assumed.

Pachenko (see earlier posts) may in fact have connections to Rosatom and U1 but it's not Sergei Millan.

Igor Gromov is probably also a different Gromov. From passenger lists his full name and birth date are either Igor Viktorovich Gromov 26.03.1962 or Igor Vladimirovich GROMOV 24.06.1964 from Moscow.

Here is an article for someone with the first name and the right year of birth but different month and day. He sounds like a priest.

http:// www. центрвик.рф/spisok-hramov/hram-uv/2012-11-05-14-20-35/priest-don/1286-2014-01-10-05-37-08.html

Here is a link to someone Igor Gromov but not sure if it's the right one.

http:// naviny.by/person/igor-gromov

I looked on the lawyer in Chicago and don't see any indication that he was on the plane. Plus, his middle initial is G.




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