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Sunday, February 25, 2024

Lyudmila Navalnaya, 69, has been given the body of her son, Kira Yarmysh said on Saturday, more than a week after he died in an Arctic prison on 16 February.

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It comes after Navalny's wife, Yulia Navalnaya, earlier on Saturday accused Putin of "satanism" and mocking Christianity by trying to force her late husband's mother to agree to a secret funeral.

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"Lyudmila Ivanovna is still in Salekhard. The funeral is still pending. We do not know if the authorities will interfere to carry it out as the family wants and as Alexey deserves. We will inform you as soon as there is news."

"Give us the body of my husband," she said. "You tortured him alive, and now you keep torturing him dead. You mock the remains of the dead."

Saturday marks nine days since the opposition leader's death " the day on which Orthodox Christians traditionally hold a memorial service.

People across Russia came out to mark the occasion and honour Navalny's memory by gathering at Orthodox churches, leaving flowers at public monuments, or holding one-person protests.

The authorities have detained scores of people as they seek to suppress any major outpouring of sympathy for Putin's fiercest foe."

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Also, this is an interesting article on Nalvany's Activism vs Slacktivism:

www.americamagazine.org

#1 | Posted by Corky at 2024-02-24 06:24 PM | Reply

It's easy to see how Dementia Don is treated so much worse than him.

#2 | Posted by Nixon at 2024-02-26 02:11 PM | Reply

Hopefully the poison has dissipated by now.

#3 | Posted by donnerboy at 2024-02-26 02:21 PM | Reply

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