New reports are surging out of foreign press that claim Russian National Evgeny Nikulin, who is accused of having involvement in cybercrime activities in both Russia and the United States, wrote a personal letter to Donald Trump claiming that the Federal Bureau of Investigation not only offered him money and United States citizenship to lie, but to smear then Candidate Trump’s Presidential campaign.
The Russian national claims that the Federal Bureau of Investigation offered both the citizenship and cash in exchange for lying about hacking the servers of the Democratic National Committee in order to harm President Trump's election campaign.
Evgeny Nikulin was detained by foreign officials in the Czech Republic on October 5, 2016, for a warrant related to a criminal complaint by the United States Federal Court system.
United States Federal prosecutors and investigators accuse the Russian national of allegedly hacking computers belonging to private companies LinkedIn, Dropbox and Formspring online services and demand his extradition.
The letter written by Nikulin’s lawyer Vladimir Makeev, stated, “Special Agent Jeffrey Miller of the Federal Bureau of Investigation offered Nikulin to agree to extradition to the United States and then to defame your US President Donald Trump’s election campaign in media by lying that he is responsible for hacking the servers of the Democratic Party. For his perjury, Nikulin was promised that the criminal prosecution against him would be closed as well as financial compensation and the US citizenship.”
Nikulin’s defense team told Russian newspapers that Nikulin is currently being detained in inhumane and unacceptable conditions, while his rights are constantly being violated by pressures from US intelligence agencies.
His attorney Makeev stressed that Nikulin both suffers from hepatitis-C and liver disease and has not received any necessary treatment, and he believes the Federal Bureau of Investigation is hoping he will die to silence him.
Nikulin’s cautious legal team also wrote a letter to the Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and asked him to personally inform the Czech Foreign Ministry of human rights violations towards a Russian citizen.
The Kremlin is now furious and also demands Nikulin’s free extradition to Russia immediately as he is suspected of a cybercrime, which resulted in a theft of $3,450 from a Moscow resident, to face trial in his home country.
Several Democrats and some Republicans have infamously accused the Russian government of somehow being behind the theft of data from email servers belonging to the Democratic National Committee but absolutely refuse to release any evidence showing that such allegations hold merit, leaving even most Americans to believe this is all a Deep State hoax.
Footing the ‘slow-drip’ release of information during the campaign by WikiLeaks, the Russian government has continued to deny the allegations.