Russian President Vladamir Putin Accuses Ukraine of Trying To Assassinate Him
First, off duh they should assassinate him. Why we treat Putin with kid gloves after what he has done around the world and in Ukraine is beyond me. The free world should have killed or stopped this tyrant years ago. We should have never let him become the richest man in the world. Now he has so much money, that he can even buy American politicians with ease.
Just as a refresher course for everyone here are some assassinations Putin has been involved in prior to everything he did in Ukraine. No one and I repeat no one, should be upset if Ukraine takes out Putin. Ukraine taking out Putin would literally be a gift for the free world.
There have been several high-profile cases of alleged assassinations and assassination attempts linked to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s government. Here are some examples:
- Alexander Litvinenko: In 2006, former Russian intelligence officer Alexander Litvinenko died in London from radioactive polonium poisoning. British authorities accused Russian agents of being behind the assassination. In 2016, a British public inquiry concluded that Putin “probably approved” the killing.
- Sergei Skripal: In 2018, former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned with a nerve agent in Salisbury, England. The UK government blamed Russian intelligence services for the attack, and several Russian diplomats were expelled from the UK in response.
- Anna Politkovskaya: Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya was shot and killed in her Moscow apartment in 2006. Politkovskaya was known for her critical reporting on the Russian government and its actions in Chechnya. Several suspects were arrested and tried for her murder, but many questions about who ordered the killing remain unanswered.
- Boris Nemtsov: Russian opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was shot and killed in Moscow in 2015. Nemtsov was a vocal critic of Putin’s government and had been planning to release a report on Russia’s military involvement in Ukraine at the time of his death. Several suspects were arrested and tried for his murder, but questions remain about who ordered the killing.
It is important to note that in some cases, the alleged links to the Russian government are still being investigated and have not been definitively proven. However, the pattern of targeted killings of Russian dissidents and opposition figures has raised concerns about the safety of those who criticize the Russian government.