In fact, there were plenty of rumours regarding her father's cooperation with NKVD (Stalin's age title of the Ministry of Internal Affairs), and her own being an agent of KGB. Surely, she and her office has always commented these rumours as false and provocative.
Finally, there are documents. At leas the one that I copied.
[Left upper corner, so called 'corner stamp'](Coat of arms of the USSR)
USSR Ministry of Internal Affairs
OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS
of the Executive Committee
of the Leningrad City Council (Soviet)
of People's Deputies
At May 31, 1982 [Outgoing] No. D/Z-1551
Direction of Militia's** Special Service
[Right upper corner, address part]Copy No. 1
TO THE RECTOR OF THE LENINGRAD STATE UNIVERSITY NAMED AFTER ZHDANOV
comrade ALESKOVSKY V.B.
City of Leningrad
To V.N. Filinov (the 5th and 6th Cyrillic letters are hardly legible)
(Signature is illegible)
June 11, 1982
[Main body]This is to inform you that on May 22, 1982, at 22:40 in the bar of "Pribaltiyskaya" hotel, men of the special department of the Chief Directorate of Internal Affairs of the city of Leningrad as a result of documents check determined citizen Gribauskayte Dalya Polikarpo, born on March 01, 1956, born in the city of Vilnius of the Lithuanian Soviet Socialist Republic, who presented a student's ID No. 775343 of a sudent of the evening (part-time) department of the Leningrad State University named after Zhdanov.
The reason for documents check was presence of citizen Gribauskayte together with three citizens of Finland who stayed at the hotel, and citizens E.Novikova and A.Protsenko, both earlier had been repeatedly under administrative detention due to their immoral conduct in public space.
We inform so that preventive measures could be taken.
Head of the 3rd Department (signature) A.I.Kuznetsov.
(Handwritten)By the way, next year comrade Dalia Grybauskaitė became a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.
As directed by the KGB's curator, investigation has been ceased.
June 17, 1982 (signature illegible)
I am not sure (and at present, having seen only this unperfect photocopy) the document is real. But as a erson who spent 21 years of life in the country which coat of arms stands in the upper left corner I have to admit that the document looks normal. It uses regular words, normal for documents of the kind, and a normal style of Soviet age typewritten documents. There are doubts regarding the lowest handwritten sentence. But here we have to consider that in 1982 no one in the USSR would dare to think of collapse and disintegration of he country. What is more interesting is that this document could not belong to a Lithuanian archive; it (if real) comes from the archive of the St.-Petersburg State University.
The office of the Lithuanian president immediately called publication of this document 'yet another information provocation'. It surely is; russophobia and anti-Russian rhetorics of ex-comrade Grybauskaitė has gone so far that I wouldn't be surprised if some real papers from KGB archives could be presented to the curious audience.
We will see.
|Lithuanian Population, from Wiki.|
** Militia is a traditional name of the Soviet police, coming from the early Soviet (and even pre-Soviet) days, when the civilian order was kept by true workers' militia organized instead of mass-hated czarist police.