The top accomplice of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was detained after stepping in front of the door by an alleged security agent who inadvertently revealed the details of Navani being poisoned by a Soviet-era nerve agent .
MOSCOW-A senior associate of the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was detained last Friday because he was employed by an alleged security agent who inadvertently revealed the Details of Vanni being poisoned by a Soviet-era nerve agent.
The main figure of the Navalny Anti-Corruption Foundation, Lyubov Sobol, was detained for 48 hours for violent trespass after a day of interrogation. The move came before Sobol tried to enter the suspected agent’s apartment in Moscow on Monday. Navalny had tricked the latter into describing the details of the alleged poisoning.
Sobol denied the allegation and insisted that she ring the doorbell to the apartment without breaking any laws. In questioning Sobol, the State Commission of Inquiry issued a statement accusing her of trespassing-the accusation was rejected by her colleagues.
Earlier this week, Navalny released a recording of a phone call in which he said he called a person who he was called Konstantin Kudryavtsev and was known as a member of the FSB police officer corps. He was allegedly poisoned to death. . The Novichok agent of the Soviet era in August then tried to cover it up.
Navani was recuperating in Germany. He said that he called him a few hours before the investigation team Belling Cat released the report. The report stated that field personnel trained in chemical weapons had followed him for many years and left when poisoned. He is very close.
During the phone call, Navalny introduced his identity as a security officer and induced his interlocutor to share details of the alleged poisoning operation, and admitted that he was involved in the “processing”
Navani fell ill during the Russian flight on August 20, and flew to Berlin two days later still unconscious. Laboratories in Germany, France, and Sweden, as well as tests conducted by the Chemical Weapons Prohibition Organization, determined that he was in contact with the Soviet-era Novichok nerve agent.
The Russian authorities firmly denied any connection with poisoning. The FSB dismissed the recordings released by Navani as fake.