Kenneth Gluck’s life was really in danger, depute chief of Russian FBR, colonel-general Vladimir Shultz said. Saying this, he cited telephone conversation, intercepted by FSB. Field commander Yakub and Khottab’s emissary, who was in one of Near Eastern countries, presumably in Quatar, took part in the conversation, Interfax reports. One of participants of the conversation, who was in Chechnya (according to FSB information, it was Yakub), asked what to do with Gluck. He asked: “Maybe it will be better to kill him?” In response Khattab’s emissary said that if Gluck had any information about Chechen bands, it would be better to kill him. However he asked to clear up in the beginning, who was Gluck in reality: “If he is just a doctor,<…> you can let him go”.