2. SERGEI KRIVOV (age 63)
Security Officer/Duty Commander, Russian Consulate
Nov. 8, 2016, died in New York, NY
Established Links to Trump: Unknown
Just the Facts: Russian security officer, Sergei Krivov, was found dead at the Russian Counsulate in NYC on Nov. 8, 2016. As the consular “duty commander,” his responsibilities included “access to the consulate’s crypto-card — the top secret codebreaker used to encrypt and decrypt messages transmitted between the consulate and other Russian channels.” Krivov likely helped to transmit messages in/out of the consulate. “He was in charge of ‘prevention of sabotage’ and suppression of ‘attempts of secret intrusion’ into the consulate” (i.e., he made sure US spies didn’t know what was going on inside the building).
• Initial reports from the consulate stated Krivov had fallen to his death from the roof of the building. Then, Russian officials changed their story, claiming Krivov had suffered a heart attack inside the consulate, fell, hit his head, and died.
• Police who first examined the body inside the embassy stated that Krivov had suffered a head wound. As the NY Post reported: “the man had suffered trauma to his face and head, which might have occurred from a fall during a medical episode” (New York Post, “Dead man with head trauma found at Russian Consulate, Nov. 8). But, the medical examiner contradicted these details, claiming that there was no head wound. When asked to explain the discrepancy, the medical examiner’s office refused to answer any further questions.• Although Krivov was reportedly a Manhattan resident, there is no trace of him in any public records. And his “address” (11 E. 90 St.), which was given by consulate officials to the NYPD, is not a residence. It is “a Smithsonian-owned office building for its neighboring Cooper Hewitt design museum.”
• The FBI initial stated they were not involved in the investigation. Later, after further questioning by reporters, the FBI admitted being involved.
Official Cause Of Death: Unknown / Heart Attack (?)
(The NYPD closed the case without specifying a cause of death.)
Additional Death Information: It has be theorized that Krivov, and perhaps some of other Russians who have died under mysterious circumstances, might have been killed using a “heart attack gun.” This weapon shoots a dart containing a poison which, after entering the body, causes rapid death. The poison is not only untraceable, but mimics the symptoms of a fatal heart attack. According to former CIA agent, Mary Embree, the poison is “frozen” into a dart and shot at a high speed into the target, so that when it reaches the person, it melts “inside them, and the only thing [left] would be like one little tiny red dot on their body. . . . There wouldn’t be a needle left, or anything like that, in the person” (former CIA Agent, Mary Embree, interview in “Secrets of the CIA,” 1998). The existence of this gun, possessed by the CIA as far back as the 1970s, came to light during the 1975 “Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities.” These bipartisan hearings were convened “to investigate federal intelligence operations and determine ‘the extent, if any, to which illegal, improper, or unethical activities were engaged in by any agency of the Federal Government.’” (For more information, see video).