Success: Investigation Launched into Poisoning of Russian Opposition Leader

Target: Christine Lambrecht, Minister of Justice and Consumer Protection, Germany

Goal: Praise decision to open joint investigation with Russian authorities into poisoning of Russian politician Alexei Navalny.

Germany’s Justice Minister has announced that Russian investigators will be allowed to cooperate in the investigation of the poisoning of opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Navalny was poisoned in late August with a Novichok nerve agent, a class of deadly agents developed in Soviet laboratories and used in a series of highly suspicious attacks on outspoken opponents of President Vladimir Putin’s regime. Although Navalny has since begun to recover from the coma into which he fell, he is still far from regaining his full health and the origin and motivation of the poisoning remain uncertain.

The addition of Russian participants in the investigation signals a positive development in the discovery of the truth behind this attack. The international community, including those who signed this petition, have reason to believe that justice may yet be served. Sign the letter below to thank the German government for its efforts to solve this case in cooperation with their Russian counterparts.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Minister Lambrecht,

The decision to allow the participation of Russian authorities in the investigation of the poisoning of Alexei Navalny will ensure a broader range of skills and resources be brought to bear on this disturbing case. The swift involvement of international organizations in this investigation will further improve the chances of justice being served for a politician who came dangerously close to becoming yet another mysteriously killed opponent of the Russian government. Thank you and your staff for your work in ensuring this incident is brought fully to light.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo credit: Bogomolov.PL




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2 Comments

  1. “Russian Democracy”

  2. Richard Hofman Richard Hofman says:

    All the Russian bosses were always like the czars…
    They don’t change their behaviour and style of power by any chance…

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