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Shaltay Boltay Blog Published Correspondence of Dmitry Medvedev
August 19, 2014 20:43


(Source: http://slon.ru/fast/russia)

“Shaltay Boltay” blog published the correspondence which may belong to the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, according to the authors of the blog. Announcing the publishing of the documents in their Twitter account, the authors of “Shaltay Boltay” write: “Correspondence of Medvedev Part One”.

It is stated in the blog that they received access to multiple email accounts “allegedly belonging to the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev” and “the content of his three Apple devices”. The blog authors claim that one of the accounts is used for purchasing goods from abroad. As a confirmation of these words they present the copy of the correspondence of a mailbox user at gmail.com with the administration of the online Amazon.com store. The buyer tries to buy Casio G-Shock watch, but there are problems with order delivery. Another account at yandex.ru is used for personal correspondence, according to the author of the blog.

Blog cites several letters from the mailbox with the pictures of Medvedev and views of the Kremlin. In addition, the report referred to another account at yandex.ru that was allegedly used for “light” business correspondence. They cite several letters from this account. The address bars in the letters suggest that the interlocutors of the mailbox owner are “Arkady Dvorkovich” and “Natalia Timakova”. The post in the blog is ended with the paragraph indicating that all of the above may be a fiction. “All of the above (including the mail file) is a fiction.

Any resemblance to real people or events is coincidental. The “DAM”  project will be prepared by the faculty of computer modeling of proto-cyborgs at the Department of Ancient Civilizations Study of the University of Donetsk in 3014, but the posted materials have been recently presented to the editors of “Shaltay Boltay” by a familiar high-ranking reptile who wished to remain anonymous” - the “Shaltay Boltay” blog writes. The representative of Arkady Dvorkovich Alia Samigullina refused to comment on this topic. Putin’s press secretary Natalia Timakova told to RBC that she was on vacation and did not comment on “the correspondence”. Earlier an anonymous team of hackers holding the “Shaltay Boltay” blog prohibited by Roscomnadzor alluded that they were involved in the hacking of the microblog of the Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. “The official position of the team is that the Twitter [was hacked] not by us. The informal one is: well, maybe. Well, they will probably think we did it. Becasuse we accidentally got hold of several of his [Medvedev’s] mailboxes and the contents of the three iPhones”- this was told to “Gazeta.Ru” by the representative of the blog authors who call themselves “anonymous international”.




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: politics Dmitry Medvedev    

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