A 30-year-old citizen of Ukraine Irina Shevchenko (Alice), managed to avoid arrest, who is now in Kiev and wanted. According to the interlocutor of Agency, she worked in Russia as an instructor in the fitness center, which was visited by Anikeev.
Ivan Pavlov, who is representing one of the detainees, told RFE/RL in a phone interview on February 1 that more than three people had been detained in the case. He refused to identify his client or whether his client was an employee of the FSB.
Pavlov told RFE/RL the individuals were suspected of passing on classified information to U.S. intelligence, but not necessarily the CIA.
In the case of the leader of the hacker group “Humpty Dumpty” Vladimir Anikeev in custody are two of his alleged accomplices – Alexander Filinov and Konstantin Teplyakov accused of illegal access to computer information.
“The arrest Filinova and Teplyakov took place in November 2016. Currently measure them extended until April,” said TASS press Secretary of the Lefortovo court Ekaterina Krasnova.
Kommersant has learned the names of two more defendants in a criminal case, according to one version associated with the hacker group “Humpty Dumpty”. Along with its alleged leader Vladimir Anikeyev from the beginning of December in prison are his friend Konstantin Teplyakov, Alexander Filinov. About the latter nothing is known, but Mr. Teplyakov in 2009 he created dozens of phishing sites, and in recent years lived in Thailand and Kiev, driving real estate agencies.