Death of Navalny. Putin promoted to deputy head of prisons

The Moscow Times points out that Boyarinev received a new title three days after the sudden death of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny.

In a statement, the Russian organization Human Rights Defenders said, “Bozharinev fulfilled Putin's wish – the physical elimination of his main political enemy.”

According to them, “under the supervision” of the deputy head of the FSIN, “hundreds of Ukrainian prisoners were tortured, forcing many to confess to genocide and the execution of civilians in order to justify the war.”

Human rights defenders announced that a “Navalny list” containing the names of persons (FSB and FSIN officers) responsible for the killing of opposition parties and other crimes would soon be published. The list forms the basis for the introduction of new economic sanctions and the opening of an international investigation into Navalny's death.

Navalny's death in a penal colony. “He felt worse after the walk”

Information about the death of Alexei Navalny was announced by the Russian Prison Service on February 16. According to the report, the inmate “felt ill after the walk” and “lost consciousness almost immediately.” Also, the doctors who were called to the spot could not save him.

Navalny's family and colleagues believe he was doing well in the days before his death. She testified to this among others. His mother visited her son in jail on February 12. According to her, Navalny was “healthy and happy.”

After his death, demonstrations commemorating the opposition took place in several Russian cities. Security forces arrested more than 400 people in 36 places across the country. Half of the arrests (200) took place in St. Petersburg.

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Kremlin: Making Putin responsible is unacceptable

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said an investigation into the circumstances of Navalny's death was ongoing. At the same time, he said, it is unacceptable to blame Russian President Vladimir Putin for this.

At the time of his death, 47-year-old Alexei Navalny was in penal colony no. Was in 3. He spent 19 years in prison for criminal charges brought against him by the authorities in Moscow for political reasons.

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