The spies were in place, the leaders of the uprising were already named. When Alexei Muratov sent his plan to a Kremlin official in November 2014, the aims were clear.

Later cracked by a team of hackers, the code-protected document outlined “Troy” — a strategy to prepare the people of Zaporizhzhia region in eastern Ukraine for a pro-Russian takeover, or, as he put it, a “liberation from Nazi-fascist occupiers”.

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