Russian doctor Alexander Murakhovsky who lied about naval poisoning “disappeared in the woods” – fr

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Russian doctor Alexander Murakhovsky who lied about naval poisoning “disappeared in the woods” – fr


The doctor who falsely announced that the Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny had not been poisoned but had had a crisis of pancreatitis and hypoglycemia has disappeared in a swamp forest, according to several Russian media. Life.ru, a media outlet close to the Kremlin, suggested that “there could have been an accident” after two bears were spotted where the doctor was last seen.
Alexander Murakhovsky, who was promoted to health minister of the Omsk region days after publicly refuting allegations that someone tried to kill Vladimir Putin’s most public enemy, went hunting in a vehicle four-wheeler on May 7 and has not been seen since. His hunting partners reportedly said his four-wheeled vehicle got stuck in muddy terrain behind them and he set off on foot. He spoke to someone on his walkie-talkie but did not respond afterwards. They failed to locate him after a day of searching and then alerted authorities, who continued to search for him with a 65-strong search team. Authorities say the forest was full of bears, which may have contributed to the doctor’s disappearance.

Navalny, who fell into a coma on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow in August 2020, was later transferred to Berlin where German medics confirmed he was poisoned with a substance similar to Novichok. Murakhovsky had tried to block the overseas transfer, but ultimately backed down and approved. He was quickly promoted.

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