Russians condemn slaying of rights la...

Russians condemn slaying of rights lawyer

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Why_Me

“Privet”

Since: Apr 07

Big Lake, Alaska USA

#21 Jan 26, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
There are indications showing a Chechen plot to eliminate journalists or opponents of President Kadyrov, which has nothing to do with the Kremlin at all.
The accused in the murder of Anna Poly.... were found to be acting from Chechnya, with no involvement from the Moscow.
Don't even go there. You know as well as the rest of the world the trail of that case was f*cking bogus at best.
Jazz singer

UK

#22 Jan 26, 2009
Why_Me wrote:
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Don't even go there. You know as well as the rest of the world the trail of that case was f*cking bogus at best.
You, you know nothing!!

Not even how to wipe your a$$!!

That's why you are called Wipe_Me!
Ass rimmer

Albania

#23 Jan 26, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
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You, you know nothing!!
Not even how to wipe your a$$!!
That's why you are called Wipe_Me!
Agreed!!! THESE INTOLERNANT IGNORAMOUSES... come onto the Russia forum just to spew their biased, russophobic hatred in a huge show of intlerance...and when anyone posts who doesn't agree with their biased, hate-filled, russophobic rants...they immediatey beserk...like the intolerant children they are and start with the NAME-CALLING AND PERSONAL ATTACKS....proving that they have no argument but can't handle it when people don't agree with them....and their bellicose belligerance and attempt to batter people, gains them nothing but people who will not stoop to their bad behavior...
Jazz singer

UK

#24 Jan 26, 2009
Ass rimmer wrote:
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Agreed!!! THESE INTOLERNANT IGNORAMOUSES... come onto the Russia forum just to spew their biased, russophobic hatred in a huge show of intlerance...and when anyone posts who doesn't agree with their biased, hate-filled, russophobic rants...they immediatey beserk...like the intolerant children they are and start with the NAME-CALLING AND PERSONAL ATTACKS....proving that they have no argument but can't handle it when people don't agree with them....and their bellicose belligerance and attempt to batter people, gains them nothing but people who will not stoop to their bad behavior...
and so say all of us,

and so say all of us!!
Observer

Aalst, Belgium

#25 Jan 26, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
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and so say all of us,
and so say all of us!!
And ignorant tossers like "Jazz singer" haunt this forum as a Putinist ass licker.
Azz sinker

Albania

#26 Jan 26, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
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and so say all of us,
and so say all of us!!
don't get too excited old fart
Mr Humperdink

United States

#27 Jan 26, 2009
Dmitry wrote:
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Lol. Berezovsky is Russian Bin Laden, you see. He did almost nothing, but it's easy to blame on him.
Blame it all on the russians. Because they did it!
Harold Zorsky

United States

#28 Jan 26, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
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and so say all of us,
and so say all of us!!
You stuttering fool. Pete and repeat! What a double vision of dung!
Maksim

New York, NY

#29 Jan 27, 2009
Jazz singer wrote:
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There is no better way to discredit your enemy that to implicate him in a murder, no?
If everyone, in the West at least, straightaway point the finger to the Kremlin, what better way to embarass the government?
Western media are so quick to accuse Putin or the FSB, that you just have to commit the crime, the ever raging Russophobia does the rest.
I can't really see what would be the point for the Russian government to assassinate opponents, journalists or others. There are so many ways for them to influence the media without getting their hands dirty.
Strange that so many journalists connected with investigations in Chechnya end up being killed. Russia has hardly anything to do in Chechnya for the last 3 years: the pro-Russian Kadyrov government runs the republic which is largely autonomous now.
Anna Poli...(what's her name) apparently incovered attrocities and killings not committed to the Russian army (although undeniably there were some too), but directly attributed to the Kadyrov clan.
Kadyrov has eliminated most of his opponents among the Chechen warlords, and it's probably among his entourage that the mastermind is; not in the Kremlin at all.
I did not propose that Kremlin was behind this( at least not until your post that made it is to suggested so). My issue is that there is no more condemnation of this murder from Kremlin them if this was drunken bar fight.
Observer

Aalst, Belgium

#30 Jan 28, 2009
Harold Zorsky wrote:
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You stuttering fool. Pete and repeat! What a double vision of dung!
Spot on!

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