Jurijs Stilve, who was recently convicted of spying for Russia, had a lot of different tasks to perform, including taking photographs of a communications tower and oil product warehouses in the frontier area, describing their condition, finding out what soldiers were being trained for at the Infantry School in Aluksne, how many border guards worked at a local border checkpoint, and others, according to the investigative journalism center Re:Baltica.
It has not been proved that Stilve was paid for the information he was gathering. Prosecutor Sandris Kaparkalejs said that S...
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