Reigo wrote:So under this circumstances the information that an Estonian historian had disvoered some hot news about Moscow Patriarch looks like a real crap.
It looks like you fail (as usually) to understand that your writings are irrevelant.
Fact is: such Soviet document has been found. Fact is: agent "Drozdov's" background fits with Aleksius background. Maybe the document is a fake? Well come here and prove it. Until this has not been proved, your arguments are worthless.
I do not have to go anywhere and prove that the document is not authentic. It is wrong from both legal or research perspective. The person who introduced the document in public has to prove that it is authentic befor referring to it or making any claims. Also a person should not prove that it is not guilty. So in reply to certain claims of people who refer to a "document" to accuse the person I should repeat that it is not likely that a document from the KGB personal files was found in fules of the Council of Ministers. And moreover it is not likely that Aleksiy's personal file (if he were an agent) was stored in Estonian KGB.