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Britain Declares That ‘Murder’ Is the Right Word for Navalny’s Death

Despite the competition, it appears that the United Kingdom will not easily relinquish its role as instigator and leader of the lynch mob, calling for finishing off Russia and President Putin, without pausing to examine any evidence on the Feb. 16 death of Alexei Navalny.

The latest spectacle was a debate in the House of Commons, where the chair of the foreign affairs select committee, Alicia Kearns, declared: “Alexei Navalny was murdered, and it is important that we in this House call it out for what it was, because that is what he deserves. Following his murder, I was also in Munich, where I heard his wife, Yulia, ask us to stand by her. That is what we must now do.” Kearns also found that the U.S. administration was not properly bellicose on the matter.

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