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Russian Rogue: Documentary Calls Putin ‘Mass Murderer,' Claims He's Responsible for Deaths of 17 Opponents

Vladimir Putin Accused of 17 Murders of Opponents in New Documentary
Source: MEGA

New documentary claims Putin is a 'mass murderer.'

Mar. 13 2024, Published 11:02 a.m. ET

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A gripping new documentary released by the team of the late dissident Alexei Navalny has levied accusations against Russian President Vladimir Putin, implicating him in the murders of 17 politicians, journalists and activists.

Broadcast on Navalny LIVE, and reaching an audience of approximately 3.3 million followers, the feature branded Putin as a “brutal killer” and “mass murderer,” and claimed he was directly responsible for the assassinations of numerous prominent critics and investigators over the past couple decades, the Daily Mail reported.

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The documentary's release intensifies the mounting pressure on Putin to explain the sudden death of Russian opposition leader Navalny, who passed away at the age of 47 in an Arctic penal colony on Feb. 16, just weeks before the president's reelection bid.

The documentary asserts that further killings are likely because of the apparent impunity Putin's regime enjoys.

Navalny's team, committed to carrying on their leader's legacy of challenging state corruption, maintains that Putin orchestrated Navalny's demise, alleging a deliberate poisoning attempt in 2020.

However, the Kremlin denies any involvement, attributing Navalny's death to sudden death syndrome following his collapse after a walk at the Kharp prison last month.

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A Telegram post by Navalny's team promoting the documentary describes Putin as a “brutal killer” and pledges to shed light on individuals “killed... on his orders” due to opposition or simply being disliked by the president.

The documentary further accuses Putin of orchestrating the deaths of 17 opponents, critics, journalists and politicians, including notable figures like Boris Nemtsov, Sergei Magnitsky, Anna Politkovskaya and Alexander Litvinenko.

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In the face of the allegations, the documentary concludes with a reminder that Putin's presidency, deemed illegitimate by Navalny's team, will seek reelection despite the accusations leveled against him.


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