The head of the Fund of struggle against corruption Alexei Navalny linked the attack on the husband of his slave with the investigation conducted fonlon against businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, who is known as “Putin’s personal chef”.

The sociologist Sergey Mokhov, publisher of the journal “Russian Archaeology of death”, was attacked on Friday, November 25, in Moscow. Unknown was waiting for the wife of the lawyer of FBK Lyubov Sobol at the door and injected him with an unknown drug that caused a short loss of consciousness.

One of the original versions of the reasons for the attack was the investigation of the market of funeral services, which conducts Mokhov. Later Sable said that, most likely. incident connected with her work.

“The husband talked with people from returnig services and now 99% sure that it was not on this line. Plus nature of the attack is too complicated for them, so they usually do not bother much. And they have a “principle” that only attack on its territory. He husband is now leaning towards a version of that for my activities”, – she wrote in Facebook.

Alexei Navalny posted a photo of the attacker in the blog. “This man (we’re looking for him and ask you to help in its investigation) on Friday evening with a bouquet of flowers was waiting at the entrance of Sergei Mokhov. When Mokhov went to the door, the man stabbed him in the thigh with a syringe containing an unknown substance and fled. Mokhov, of course, did not understand what was happening, felt pain, decided that he was stabbed, and began to inspect the leg. After a few seconds he realized that he was losing consciousness, managed to call his wife, asking him to call an ambulance and passed out”, – he explained.

The performance of the police in Russia: the case my husband gave the district (!), which phone is disconnected because of insufficient funds in the account



Bulk: the attack on the husband of the lawyer of FBK in connection with a case against “Putin’s cook” 28.11.2016

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