- The daylight killing of a Chechen militant in Berlin looks increasingly like the work of Russia, though the Kremlin denies it.
- Investigators recently published evidence they say proves the suspect had a fake ID which only the Russian state could provide.
- A longtime Israeli intelligence operative, speaking anonymously, told Insider that the cover provided would not withstand much scrutiny — a common feature in Russia-linked killings.
- Extensive databases and new technology, the source said, mean that techniques once used to falsify identities no longer work.
- For Russia to continue such work, knowing the likelihood of getting caught, is tantamount to saying that it does not care.
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