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I know why Putin killed my husband, says Navalny’s widow




‘s widow


Navanlnaya accused Russian President

Vladimir Putin

of killing her


and asserted that she would soon


the details.
“Three days ago, Vladimir


killed my husband,

Alexei Navalny

,” Yulia said on Monday.
Yalia’s claim comes days after Russian authorities informed Navalny’s team that “sudden death syndrome” was the reason behind the jailed leader’s death.

Sudden death syndrome in humans is broadly when a person unexpectedly dies without any apparent cause or warning signs.

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Navalny, a nemesis of Russian President Vladimir Putin and fierce Kremlin critic, fell unconscious and died on Friday after a walk at the “Polar Wolf” penal colony in Kharp, about 1,900 km (1,200 miles) northeast of Moscow, where he was serving a three-decade sentence, the prison service said.
“We know exactly why Putin killed Alexei three days ago… We will definitely find out exactly who carried out this crime and how it was carried out. We will name names and show faces,” she said.

“I will continue the work for Alexei Navalny. I will continue to fight for the freedom of our country. And I call on you to stand by me,” she said in the video.
“The most important thing we can do for Alexei and for ourselves is to keep fighting, more desperately and more fiercely than before,” she said.

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“We need to seize every opportunity to fight against war, against corruption, against injustice, to fight for fair elections and the freedom of speech, to fight to take back our country.”
She also vowed to uncover the people who she said had killed her husband.
The Kremlin said earlier on Monday that a probe into Navalny’s death was ongoing and lashed out at the Western governments that have held Putin responsible for Navalny’s death.
Russian authorities have so far refused to hand over Navalny’s body to his mother and lawyer, enraging his supporters who have said it was a move by the “


” to “cover their tracks.”
(With agencies inputs)

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