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Russian citizen can be imprisoned for 10 years for espionage2010-08-27 19:00
The Russian citizen, detained in Poland, was officially charged of espionage for Russia - RIA Novosti.gt-en-newsitem-inside
Robert Mayevsky, the deputy prosecutor of the prosecutor's Office of Appeal claimed that Russian citizen Taduesh conducted espionage activities in Poland from 2004. He's suspected of working for a military intelligence. He was detained by the ABW [agency for interior security].
In case he's admitted guilty, he can be imprisoned for up to 10 years.
Taduesh has been living in Poland for over 10 years, spoke Polish brilliantly, worked under cover of a firm dealing with supplies of optical devices for hunters' firearms.
According to the Polish newspaper, the Russian citizen was a "classical illegal agent and, perhaps, had nothing in common with the Russian embassy."
Several months ago the now late President Kaczynski granted the ABW agents, working on exposing the spy, state awards.