A well-known military blogger was killed in Russia yesterday. Now a woman in her twenties has been arrested, according to the Russian News Agency.
32 people were injured in an explosion on Sunday in a cafe in St. Petersburg, 10 of them seriously. But most of it has been about the only person who has died so far, military blogger Vladlin Tatarskij.
Police have now arrested a woman in her mid-twenties, who is suspected of the murder, Interfax writes.
According to the Russian News Agency, investigators suspect that the woman handed over a plaster bust of Tatarsky, who outwardly resembled the same military blogger. There should be about 200 grams of TNT inside.
No other media has confirmed his arrest yet. According to the independent Russian newspaper Medusa.
Traveled to Georgia?
The police searched the woman’s apartment, wrote Moskovsky Komsomolets, one of the largest Russian newspapers.
They quoted some of her friends as saying she was “a typical St. Petersburg girl: dyed hair, weird clothes, things like that.” When war broke out, she is said to have traveled to Georgia, before returning half a year later.
Criticize the West
The Russian Foreign Ministry on Monday paid tribute to the slain military blogger, calling him a “keeper of truth”.
– Russian journalists are constantly being threatened with reprisals from the Kiev regime, says ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on Telegram.
At the same time, she attacks West, who she believes has double standards.
The lack of Western condemnation in light of their repeated fears for the safety of journalists and a free press speaks for itself.
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