Bruises and injuries were found on Navalny’s body: the official cause of death has not yet been announced - ForumDaily
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Bruises and injuries were found on Navalny’s body: the official cause of death has not yet been announced

Bruises were found on the head and chest of deceased opposition leader Alexei Navalny. This is a sign that he had seizures before his death, reports New York Post.


Russian prison officials said Navalny — a fierce critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin — died on Feb. 16 after he “felt ill” while walking at Correctional Colony No. 3 in Russia's Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, about 2000 kilometers north. -east of Moscow. Correctional Colony No. 3 has a bad reputation: there are terrible living conditions and a very low level of medical care. On the same day, 47-year-old Navalny was taken to the Salekhard regional clinical hospital.

Bruises were found on Navalny's head and chest when his body was taken to hospital, an employee of the Salekhard ambulance service told an independent Russian newspaper. Novaya Gazeta Europe.

“As an experienced paramedic, I can say that the injuries were caused by seizures,” he noted. “If a person is in severe convulsions and other people try to restrain him, then bruises appear.”

“Witnesses saw that he had a bruise on his chest - the kind that remains after chest compressions,” the source added.

The health worker noted that, apparently, attempts were made to resuscitate Navalny, but “no one is saying anything about why he went into cardiac arrest.”

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Where is the body

After his death, Navalny’s body was initially taken to the city of Labytnangi, which is 36 kilometers from the correctional colony. However, according to sources, a little later that day, February 16, he was transported to the regional clinical hospital of the regional center of Salekhard.

“Usually the bodies of people who die in prison are delivered immediately to the forensic medical examination bureau on Glazkova Street, but in this case for some reason they were taken to a clinical hospital,” the source clarified.

“They took him to the morgue and then put two policemen in front of the door. They might as well put up a sign that says, “Something mysterious is going on here!” Of course, everyone wanted to know what happened, what all the secrecy was about, and whether they were trying to hide something serious,” he explained.

Then, according to the source, rumors spread that the hospital's pathologists were prohibited from performing autopsies.

“At this point, opinions were divided,” said an employee of the Salekhard ambulance service. — Some said that an order was received from Moscow to wait for the arrival of the capital’s specialists, others said that the hospital doctors themselves refused to perform an autopsy. The matter is political, and how it will turn out is unclear. And if you perform an autopsy and receive direct instructions to change the result, you will not get out of it. And you too may be declared guilty. And if there was no autopsy, then there is no one to ask.”

Navalny's lawyer and mother were unable to see the body in the morgue in Salekhard and accused Russian authorities of a cover-up.

The lawyers were informed that the cause of Alexey’s death has not yet been established; a new examination has been carried out.

Russian officials insist that Navalny's death was “non-criminal in nature,” a term used to mean that a firearm was not involved.

“It is obvious that they are lying and are doing everything possible not to give up the body,” Navalny’s representative Kira Yarmish wrote on social network X.

The United States and other Western countries suggest that Putin is to blame for Navalny's sudden death.

“If the allegations are confirmed, this will be another sign of Putin’s cruelty,” Vice President Kamala Harris said after hearing the “terrible news” at a conference with other world leaders in Germany.

“Whatever story they tell, let's be clear: Russia is responsible,” she said.

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As Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said, “it is obvious” that Navalny was killed by Putin.

“Putin doesn’t care who dies - as long as he can remain head of state. Putin must lose everything and be held accountable for his actions,” he said.

The Russian leader has been informed of Navalny's death, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on February 16.

Navalny was driven to death

Pro-Kremlin media reported that the cause of Alexei Navalny’s death could have been a “broken blood clot.”

When Alexei Navalny “lost consciousness while walking” in the colony, the ambulance, according to the reports of the Federal Penitentiary Service, arrived on call in 7 minutes, covering 35 kilometers. That is, she was moving at a speed of more than 400 kilometers per hour, given that the doctors still had to accept the call and get dressed, reports Voice of America. Doctors confirmed Alexey’s death at 14:17, and at 14:19 a message appeared about its cause - a detached blood clot. It should be understood that the autopsy took less than two minutes.

Propagandists immediately began to write about a detached blood clot, which is impossible to say without an autopsy. They might say “sudden cardiac arrest,” but thromboembolism (blockage of an artery by a blood clot) can only be shown by an autopsy. There are no other methods, reports Meduza.

Alexey did not have any objective risks of thromboembolism - diseases of the veins of the lower extremities, thrombophilia, thrombosis, and so on.

Most often, blood clots enter the pulmonary arteries from the veins of the lower extremities and pelvis. Accordingly, risk factors are problems with the legs, for example, long-term immobilization after fractures, or oncological processes in the pelvic organs. Alexey had none of this. Atrial fibrillation may also be a risk factor, but this was not the case either.

“The very fact of being in conditions that are far from decent, of being in punishment cells... I, fortunately, have never been there, but I understand that a punishment cell is a very small room, there is little food there, it is not clear what the temperature is there,” says cardiologist, doctor of medical sciences Alexey Erlikh, who was part of a group of doctors who assessed the oppositionist’s condition during the hunger strike in 2021. — There a person becomes sedentary. All this, multiplied by staying in prison for several years, can create the preconditions for various fatal diseases even in an initially healthy body. The fact that Navalny most likely was not completely healthy, given the previous poisoning and hunger strike, can almost certainly be stated.”

“Sudden death occurs due to life-threatening abnormal heart rhythms. The cause of the sudden death of the majority of even famous people is not a “thrombus coming off”, but arrhythmic death. This could also happen to 47-year-old Navalny, Erlich believes. — The question again is when a person is kept in inhumane conditions, he lives for a long time in these inhumane conditions, multiplied by the conditions of a not very good climate, to put it mildly, which can provoke any disorders in the body that end in sudden cardiac arrest or the sudden formation of thrombosis and by his separation."

“It doesn’t really matter what the mechanism of death was - it doesn’t matter at all! One thing is obvious: everything that happened to Navalny in the last three years was approaching death,” he concluded. “Now it’s come close to impossibility.” And the mechanism may be interesting, but most likely we will not know the truth. It doesn’t matter again - a blood clot, not a blood clot. And if it’s a blood clot, then what, the people who tormented him are not to blame, or what?”

“It seems to me that Navalny’s death is the result of a person’s long stay in such conditions, each of which aggravated and provoked all sorts of diseases,” emphasized Olga Fateeva, a forensic expert. “The man was slowly being killed.”

As ForumDaily wrote earlier:

  • On the morning of August 20, 2020, during a flight from Tomsk to Moscow, the founder of the Anti-Corruption Foundation (FBK), Alexei Navalny, became ill on the plane. The liner made an emergency landing in Omsk, where Navalny was hospitalized in emergency hospital No. 1, in the toxic intensive care unit. There the politician fell into a coma.
  • Ex-FSB officer and opposition politician Gennady Gudkov toldwhy Navalny's associates and other politicians call the version of the involvement of the special services a priority, as well as how and with what the oppositionist could have been poisoned.
  • August 21, 2020 Alexei Navalny's wife Yulia signed permission to transport her husband for treatment in Germany. On the morning of August 22, Navalny taken by plane to Berlin... He was still in a coma.
  • The clinic where Navalny was taken confirmed the assumptions about his poisoning. Clinical studies spoke of a substance from the group of cholinesterase inhibitors.
  • Transportation of an opposition politician to Germany on a special medical plane paid for by Russian businessman Boris Ziminwho now lives in the United States.
  • In the United States Department of Commerce сообщилиthat Washington has good reason to believe that the research institutes (SRIs) of the Russian Defense Ministry are involved in the development of chemical and biological weapons.
  • September 4, 2020 German laboratory found traces of Novichok in Navalny's skin, blood and urine samples.
  • On September 7, 2020, the Charite clinic, where Alexei Navalny was staying, released a new message: politics brought out of an artificial coma and began to gradually disconnect from the ventilator.
  • On September 10, 2020, it became known that Navalny completely recovered, memory and speech returned to him.
  • On September 15, 2020, the politician for the first time since the poisoning posted a photo on Instagram. The New York Times wrote that he intends to return to Russia.
  • On September 23, 2020, the clinic announced that Navalny was discharged... In total, he spent 32 days in a German hospital.
  • In November, the US Congress condemned the poisoning of Navalny and called on the United States and the international community to impose sanctions against those involved.
  • Mid-December results joint investigation Bellingcat, The Insider and CNN, with the participation of Der Spiegel, revealed that the attempt on the life of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in Tomsk was the work of a group of FSB operatives.
  • January 18, 2021 cops took Navalny from passport control at Sheremetyevo airport just after his return from Germany, where he received treatment after poisoning last summer. After that, he was arrested for 30 days.
  • On February 2, the Simonovsky Court of Moscow satisfied the Federal Penitentiary Service's demand and replaced opposition leader Alexei Navalny's suspended sentence in the Yves Rocher case with a real sentence sent to jail... The court found that Navalny had systematically violated the rules of probation.
  • On April 3, 2021, Navalny went on a hunger strike because a doctor was not allowed to see him. About how effective such hunger strikes are, read in our material.
  • April 19, 2021 Navalny transferred from the colony to the hospital for convicts... On Sunday, April 18, many countries joined an international protest against the conditions of detention and treatment of Navalny, who was in the Pokrovskaya colony, 100 kilometers east of Moscow. In addition, 77 Western writers, directors, actors and journalists, including Svetlana Aleksievich, Jude Law, Stephen Fry, Rafe Fiennes, Vanessa Redgrave, Tom Stoppard and Peter Singer, wrote an open letter to Vladimir Putin.
  • The European Parliament awarded the Russian oppositionist Alexei Navalny Andrei Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought is the main human rights award of the European Union.
  • Read Navalny's interview with Time link.
  • On March 22, 2022, the Lefortovo Court of Moscow sentenced Alexei Navalny to nine years in prison withstrict regime in the case of fraud and contempt of court.
  • And August 5, 2023 The Moscow City Court sentenced Navalny to 19 years of special regime in the case of creating an extremist community and several other charges.
  • Navalnymeasures on February 16, 2024 in correctional colony No. 3 in Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, Russia.

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