Unidentified sources had previously confirmed to Tass that Navalny was in the relevant criminal camp, but his supporters did not trust the Kremlin spokesman’s reports. They feared for the welfare of the biggest competitor of the Putin regime, who was sentenced to two and a half years in prison in a trumped-up lawsuit in late January.
A spokesman for the Russian president left unanswered questions about the whereabouts of the main prisoner of Russia during his press conference Monday morning. “We have no information about the whereabouts of the convicts in the Russian Federation,” he added.
Meanwhile, Navalny’s attorneys complained that they had an appointment this morning to meet their client, but were only required to wait at the prison camp gates. See the sign of his life on Instagram, this meeting took place in the afternoon.
Tomorrow, the military court will hear a complaint from Navalny’s lawyer about the insufficient investigation into the poisoning of Navalny last August, in which opponents of the Kremlin hold Putin’s secret services responsible. You must attend this Navalny case via the video link.
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