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Wife of imprisoned Putin critic: - Putin signed the death sentence

Wife of imprisoned Putin critic: – Putin signed the death sentence

Evgenia Kara-Murza, wife of prominent Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza, said in an interview with Watchman That the West should stop trading oil and gas with Russia.

Only then, when the West ends with what you call double standards, do you think Putin will fall.

“I think Putin signed his death sentence,” she said in an interview.

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Vladimir Kara-Murza is one of Putin’s most prominent critics.

He has been an opponent of Vladimir Putin since 2000, and worked closely with opposition leader Boris Nemtsov, who was murdered outside the Kremlin in 2015.

He also worked closely with US Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain, and hosted his funeral in Washington, DC in 2018.

Unlike many other opposition figures in Russia, Kara-Murza remained in the country.

On April 11, he gave an interview with CNN Where he went strongly against the Russian president. He called the Russian government a “killer regime” and claimed that a war of invasion in Ukraine would lead to Putin’s downfall.

Arrested: Putin critic Vladimir Kara-Murza was arrested hours after he appeared in an interview with CNN on Monday, April 11. Video: Evan Larson/CNN
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After a few hours it became Arrested outside his home in Moscow.

Poisoning

Kara Murza was said to have been poisoned twice in Russia in 2015 and 2017 respectively.

there Several examples of the poisoning of the opposition in Russiabut only in the case of Kara Morza the FBI investigated the incident.

The FBI is said to have treated the incident as suspected intentional poisoning, reports say Freedom Radio.

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Kara Morza himself claims that it was the Russian security service FSB that poisoned him.

Journalists’ Network Bellingcat revealed that he was persecuted by the FSB Before the alleged poisonings in both 2015 and 2017.

full of dangers

In recent months, Dagbladet has interviewed a number of Russian experts about how the war has affected Putin’s political life.

Senior researcher Jacob M. Godzimirsky at NUPI has been researching Russian foreign and security policy for more than 25 years.

It is believed that Putin is now dependent on winning the battle for the eastern Donbass region.

“Russia’s defeat in the Donbass may be the beginning of the end for Putin,” Godzimirsky told Dagbladet in April.