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Radicals from Ukraine may be involved in the murder of Bulgarian journalist


DanaTaylor 1 | -
10 Oct 2018  #1
To be a journalist means to be in constant danger. Three representatives of the profession have been killed in Europe in 2017 only: Jan Kuciak (Slovakia), Daphne Caruana (Malta), Kim Wall (Sweden). Viktoria Marinova, a reporter from Bulgaria, became the 4th on the tragic list. Entire world is discussing the brutal murder of the young woman who worked as an administrative director and a TV host on a local television TVN channel. Some people offer their condolences, some make suggestions as to the reasons of the murder, and some, e.g. member of the Ukrainian Parliament Tetiana Chornovol, unambiguously imply that Ukrainian nationalists are involved in the killing of the journalist.

'Marinova is a characteristic blackmailer. She only failed to take one thing into account, i.e. Ukraine never forgives interfering in domestic affairs. Her murder is a warning: our enemies live very short lives. Punishment will take them down anywhere on the Earth' - tweeted the Ukrainian MP from the People's Front party.

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Tetiana Chornovol is quite prominent in Ukraine. At the age of 17 she took part in the rallies of a far-right nationalist organization UNA-UNSO (Ukrainian National Assembly - Ukrainian People's Self-Defence), a short time later she became press-secretary of the organization. She was one of the leaders of the Euromaidan protests known as the 'revolution of dignity'. She organized takeovers of administrative buildings and assaults on public officials. The list of her 'achievements' may well be continued endlessly, while her connections to the most radical Ukrainian nationalists are beyond any doubt.

Considering the explosive behavior of the representative of Ukraine's government as well as her desire to flaunt her deeds, we can safely suggest that everything she has tweeted may be true. Therefore, a theory that Ukrainian nationalistic radicals may be involved in the murder of the Bulgarian journalist ought to be taken into account and thoroughly examined.



jon357 63 | 14,124
10 Oct 2018  #2
To be a journalist means to be in constant danger

It certainly does if you're unlucky enough to have contact with the murderous Putin regime. Interesting that the list given above omits some of the well-known journalists murdered by Russia.

The Bulgarian woman was raped and murdered. A man, also Bulgarian, has been arrested, and the police have said that he was already wanted for questioning about another rape/murder. To try and insinuate a connection with an unrelated third country is frankly nonsense.

The post written in stilted English above, bears all the hallmarks of Putin's rather pathetic troll factory.

So unsubtle.
Miloslaw 6 | 2,133
10 Oct 2018  #3
Yeah,more stupid Russian trolls.....I don't know why they waste their time......oh yeah,they are paid to.....
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,125
11 Oct 2018  #4
Yeah,more stupid Russian trolls.....

You are showing the early symptoms of the Russian Derangement disease that has already invaded the US where everything bad starts in Moscow.
To understand how you mind really works, it would be helpful to know the algorithm your "Russian troll" detection system is based on.
jon357 63 | 14,124
13 Oct 2018  #5
oh yeah,they are paid to.....

And they do it so badly.

Russian

One result of their cack-handed propaganda like the post above is that any online comment favourable to Russia or unfavourable to their current enemies is automatically suspicious.
TheWizard - | 238
13 Oct 2018  #6
It's no secret i don't like Russia but lately i just hear accusations with no evidence. I find it hard to believe anything when the worse uk government ever makes such claims and the dutch....irrelevant people.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,125
13 Oct 2018  #7
It's no secret i don't like Russia but lately i just hear accusations with no evidence.

In some circles, asking for evidence makes you evil. Just ask Kavanaugh.
jon357 63 | 14,124
13 Oct 2018  #8
I find it hard to believe anything when the worse uk government ever makes such claims and the dutch

All with hard evidence.

Unlike Putin's troll factory who just make stuff up in the hope that it will sow seeds of doubt.
TheWizard - | 238
14 Oct 2018  #9
Havent seen any evidence but when i do i will change my mind.
jon357 63 | 14,124
15 Oct 2018  #10
It was presented to the media and very well publicised. A lot of egg on Putain's botoxed face.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,125
15 Oct 2018  #11
Who is Putain?

It was presented to the media and very well publicised.

No s***! In such case, it must be true beyond any doubt, not just more likely than not. And if it is on the Internet, it must be super duper true.
jon357 63 | 14,124
16 Oct 2018  #12
it must be true beyond any doubt,

Which it is. Confirmed with evidence that would stand up in any court.

Closer to the topic, a man has been arrested for murdering the lady in question. And he's nothing to do with

Ukrainian nationalists

Yeah,more stupid Russian trolls.....I don't know why they waste their time......oh yeah,they are paid to.....

This.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,125
16 Oct 2018  #13
Which it is. Confirmed with evidence that would stand up in any court.

Evidence of what? That she was raped and murdered?
And what does Putin have to do with it?
She was a high profile and very pretty face on the Bulgarian TV. It takes only one sicko to latch on to a woman like that. If this was a hit to stop her and serve as a deterrent to keep other investigative reporters from snooping where they should not, this case would have had all the attributes of a professional hit to show that it was a hit, not a crime by a pervert. Which means a single .22 bullet to the back of the head in the trunk of a car or a hard sidewalk landing. I know this s*** from my own experience as a Russian agent and, when I got older, a troll.
jon357 63 | 14,124
16 Oct 2018  #14
Evidence of what? That she was raped and murdered?

Looks like you're missing the point. Read the thread carefully.

If this was a hit

It wasn't.

my own experience as ... a troll.

Strange.
Rich Mazur 4 | 3,125
16 Oct 2018  #15
It wasn't.

OK, if it was not a hit but just an ordinary crime, why did it make it all the way here from Bulgaria? Because she was pretty?


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