Police in Germany detained a British citizen working at the British Embassy in Berlin on suspicion of espionage. In the statement made by the Federal Prosecutor’s Office, it was stated that the Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) and the Federal Prosecutor’s Office caught David S, who was working at the British Embassy in Berlin, on the grounds that he was spying for Russia on 10 August.
In the statement made by the Federal Attorney General’s Office in Germany, it was stated that a British citizen named David S., who works at the British Embassy in Berlin, was detained by the police in Potsdam. In the statement, it was stated that the British citizen leaked documents to Russian intelligence at least once in exchange for cash. It was noted that David S., whose identity was not clearly stated, was searched for his home and workplace, and he will appear before the judge today.
In the statement, it was stated that David S, who was searched at his home and workplace in Potsdam, will be brought before the judge.
In the statement that David S has been spying on Russian intelligence for an “unknown amount” of money since November 2020, it was noted that the suspect gave confidential documents to the Russian secret service.
In the statement, it was emphasized that the operation was carried out with the knowledge and support of the British authorities. It was reported that the detention was carried out within the scope of the joint investigation opened by the German and British authorities.
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