Alexei Navalny's Exposure to Cold: A Chilling Scenario Unveils KGB-Style Methods

Vladimir Osechkin, the founder of the human rights group Gulagu.net, suggested that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny could have been killed by a punch to the heart

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Alexei Navalny's Exposure to Cold: A Chilling Scenario Unveils KGB-Style Methods
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The death of Alexei Navalny has shaken the entire planet. The Russian opposition figure was seen as the only hope for Europe and the world. There were expectations that he could become the Russian leader with the power to bring about change within the country. However, it appears that Vladimir Putin is such a powerful ruler that he is willing to go to extreme lengths, even to eliminate his competitors. Nevertheless, we do not want to speculate on whether Putin is responsible for Navalny's death. Time and the investigation will reveal the truth.

Reactions from around the world have not been delayed.

Vladimir Osechkin, the founder of the human rights group Gulagu.net, suggested that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny could have been killed by a punch to the heart.

He made certain predictions about what might have happened before his death. Osechkin believes that Navalny may have been forced to endure prolonged exposure to cold temperatures. This information speaks volumes about the brutality of the Russians and what they are willing to do to achieve their goals.

In addition, Navalny's body has bruises consistent with the effects of the "single-punch" technique. What is interesting is that the KGB used such methods. Many know that Vladimir Putin once worked for the KGB, for 16 years until 1991 when he decided to turn to a political career.

Osechkin emphasized that he has sources in the colony where Alexei Navalny was held.

Osechkin believes that whoever killed Navalny possesses extensive experience and knows exactly how to do it.

The opposition figure reportedly spent more than 2.5 hours outdoors before his death, where the temperature could drop to -27 degrees.

"I think they kept him in the cold for a long time and slowed down circulation to a minimum. And then it becomes very easy to kill someone, in a few seconds, if the operative has experience. This is an old method of the KGB special forces. They taught their experts to kill a person with one blow to the heart, in the center of the body. This was the KGB's calling card," Osechkin said.

Navalny's wife believes that her husband could have been killed with Novichok, a highly toxic nerve agent. However, Osechkin believes they had many options to kill the Russian opposition figure and does not rule out the possibility that the Russians opted for such a move. Novichok is a group of extremely potent nerve agents developed by the Soviet Union in the 1970s and 1980s.

"Of course, it's possible, but when someone is under the control of the prison system, there are many options for killing him. Novichok will leave a trace in his body and lead straight to Putin since he has already used it against Navalny," he explained.

Over the next few days, an investigation will be conducted to determine the cause of Navalny's death. It is difficult to expect that the Russians will provide accurate and truthful information about what happened, but there is hope and optimism that we will finally learn the real truth.

Donald Trump reacts to the death of Navalny

Former American President Donald Trump has reacted to the death of Alexei Navalny.

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Trump believes that Navalny is a brave person, but he made a mistake by returning to Russia. Trump thinks that Navalny could have advocated for his views outside the country. This scenario has been predicted for a long time. Navalny had also spoken about the potential risk of someone killing him.

"Navalny is a very sad situation, and he is a very brave, he was a very brave guy because he went back. He could have stayed away," Trump said, as reported by reuters.com

"And, frankly, he probably would have been a lot better off staying away and talking from outside of the country as opposed to having to go back in, because people thought that could happen and it did happen. And it's a horrible thing," he said.

Trump suggested they both experienced politically motivated prosecutions. 

"But it's happening in our country too," Trump said. "We are turning into a communist country in many ways. And if you look at it - I'm the leading candidate. I get indicted."

Trump is not satisfied with the overall global situation, given the ongoing conflicts on two fronts, raising concerns that such wars could escalate, particularly the one in Ukraine. The world fears that Putin is currently prepared to make various moves to achieve his goals. The Russian president is ready to solidify his power and continue with the same policies for years to come.

Hopefully, after all is said and done, the world won't experience what it fears most. Trump believes he is a person who could calm the tensions prevailing in the world.

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