Russia announces detention of suspect in Tatarsky murder, but Russians are outraged by strange "nuances"
On Monday, April 3, the Investigative Committee of Russia announced the detention of Daria Trepova, a suspect in the murder of Russian military commander Vladlen Tatarsky, in St Petersburg. However, the citizens of the terrorist state were confused by several "nuances" and expressed distrust of this information.
They left comments on the news in Russian Telegram channels. They pointed out that information about Trepova was changing very often: first she was in Estonia, then her sister was detained, and now she was detained. Some said that they would not believe it unless there was video evidence.
"Until there is a video, I don't believe it," "We need to wait for confirmation. Otherwise, they have not found her. She's not her", "She was 'detained' yesterday, it's all disinformation", "This seems to be inaccurate information", commentators wrote.
Earlier, Russian propagandists claimed that the statuette with explosives was allegedly handed to the 'military commander' Vladlen Tatarsky (real name Maxim Fomin) by a girl from the Ukrainian city of Ivano-Frankivsk, Maria Yarun. However, this version later fell apart - another girl, 26-year-old Daria Trepova, was detained in St Petersburg.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- On April 2, pro-Russian war correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky was killed in the center of St. Petersburg as a result of a powerful explosion in a Street Bar cafe. According to preliminary reports, the explosive was carried into the establishment by a girl: she sealed it in a statuette and gave it to the propagandist;
- eyewitnesses reported that the odious "war correspondent" under the pseudonym Vladlen Tatarsky, who died as a result of an explosion in a St. Petersburg cafe, had himself indirectly ordered his death. He insistently asked a guest in the hall to bring a statuette, in which the explosive was placed.
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