LONDON — Over the past three months, a handful of highly placed Russians have discovered their secrets seeping onto the web. It happened to a Russian Interior Ministry official whose emails were published online in April. And it happened again this month, when details about a former Kremlin chief of staff’s American energy investment were exposed by Britain’s Guardian newspaper.
Last week, Natalia Veselnitskaya, the Russian lawyer who met with President Donald Trump’s son during the 2016 presidential campaign sawin an Associated Press investigation.
The man behind the disclosures tells the AP that more are coming.
“We have no shortage of material we’re currently evaluating,” Russiansaid in a television interview last week from his office in central London.
The venue for these recent stories has been Khodorkovsky’s