April 17, 2024

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'All they can do is kill me': 82-year-old woman faced down with Putin |  outside

'All they can do is kill me': 82-year-old woman faced down with Putin | outside


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82-year-old woman shows herself militating at memorial to recently deceased Putin critic Alexei Navalny: “Putin is inhuman and has betrayed our country. He is in power illegally!”

The woman could be arrested for this, because expressing mourning for the deceased opposition leader is unacceptable, let alone publicly opposing the Russian president. As serious as this statement may be, the older woman seems determined: “I'm not afraid at all. All they can do is kill me.”

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has died in a concentration camp in Russia after being sentenced to 30 years in prison. Since then, more than 400 people have been arrested for public mourning at memorial sites.

Watch also. Men dressed in black vandalize Navalny's memorial site

Watch also. Navalny's death “Russia's provocation to the West”

82-year-old woman calls Putin 'inhuman' at memorial site for Navalny © @visegrad24

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