Russia proposes to lift moratorium on death penalty after Tatarsky's liquidation

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Russian Federation proposes to reintroduce death penalty after Tatar murder

In Russia, after the liquidation of Russian propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky (real name: Maxim Fomin), it was proposed to lift the moratorium on the death penalty. They stated that against the backdrop of the "terrorist attack" and the events on the "fields of the special military operation", this is an urgent issue.

The proposal was made at the plenary session on April 4 by LDPR leader Leonid Slutsky, Russian propaganda media reported. He reminded that Russia had been observing the moratorium since joining the Council of Europe in 1996.

"What happened to our comrade, Vladlen Tatarsky, what is happening now on the fields of the 'special military operation', knocks on our hearts to reconsider this norm," Slutsky was quoted as saying.

Recall that the day before, Russian top propagandist Vladimir Solovyov blamed Ukrainians for the death of his fellow propagandist Tatarsky, calling them "Banderite demons". Meanwhile, his studio guests agreed that the death penalty for treason should be introduced.

"I think that even theoretically, any negotiations are impossible. The terrorist 'Banderostan' must be destroyed. There can be no negotiations with the terrorist organisation UDIL," Solovyov said.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL:

- The National Anti-Terrorist Committee of the Russian Federation said that the elimination of the Tatarsky propagandist was allegedly planned by the Ukrainian Special Services. The agency called the explosion in a cafe in St. Petersburg, where the soldier was holding an event, a "terrorist attack."

- For their part, Russian propagandists are persistently trying to link Ukraine to Tatarsky's murder. After the version that the deadly statuette was allegedly handed to him by a girl from Ivano-Frankivsk fell apart, the investigation "found" a new Ukrainian "trace".

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