Komentāri / Rīgā bāzētā "Meduza" žurnālistu Golunovu apsūdz narkotiku tirgošanā
 

112 komentāri

ccoco
Brīvību narkobaronam, viņš ir mūsējais ziņo CIP aģenti!
8.jūnijs, 14:24 Atbildēt
NNav ko braukt uz krieviju
Tur ne no šā ,ne no tā luzt ribas un mugurà paradās caurimi kā no nazu durieniem.
Labi ka vasarā pie Kremla sienas nestāv sniega tīrāmās mašinas.
Nemcovs ar salauztàm ribàm cauri netika
8.jūnijs, 16:40 Atbildēt
PPutina uzvaras
9.jūnijs, 16:34 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Tu ar šiem saviem meliem tagad mēģini slēpt to ... ka tā Rīgā bāzētā "Medūza" tirgoja narkotikas ...
(un ar blakusnodarbošanos izplatīja melus par Krieviju)
9.jūnijs, 4:55 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Nemcovs jau pats uzprasījās. Neviens viņu neaiztika ...
8.jūnijs, 18:13 Atbildēt
PProtams
Paskrēja zem garàl lidojosas lodes?
Bet es tak neesmu Raimonds ,lai ticetu tam !
8.jūnijs, 19:17 Atbildēt
SShadowVoice
Tieši tā, Ņemcovs pats uzprasījās uz lodi atmaskojot Putina sistēmas korupciju. Būtu klusējis vēl tagad varētu mierīgi staigāt Kremļa pakājē un neviens viņu neaiztiktu.
8.jūnijs, 18:32 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Neko Ņencovs tur neatmaskoja.
Viņš sāka publiski ņirgāties par islāmu ... un saņēma ko bija pelnījis
9.jūnijs, 4:47 Atbildēt
tto Raimonds
Par ko Putins noslepkavoja Boroviku un Litviņenko www.rospres.org/dossier/4312/
9.jūnijs, 16:15 Atbildēt
llapa
Tagad arī Navaļnijs uzprasās, pagaidām gan tikai drusku pasēdēt dabūja + dažas krimināllietas. Kaut arī bakstot Putina korupcijas pūzni tas staigā pa naža asmeni. Savulaik Maskavas mēra vēlēšanās (kad tam vēl tika atļauts piedalīties) Navaļnijs ieguva otro vietu ar 27%. Bīstams konkurents, tagad gan tam vēlēšanās vairs neļauj piedalīties.
8.jūnijs, 19:40 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Navaļnijs ... būdams Kirovas rajonā Administratora vietnieks.... kopā ar Kirovļes direktoru bišķi izsaimniekoja valsts mežu ...
Par ko direktors saņēma reālu cietumsodu ...
Bet Navaļnija kungs 5 gadi nosacīti ....
9.jūnijs, 4:59 Atbildēt
ffaktiski
Navaļnijs neko nav izsaimniekojis.
Un tu labi to zini.
Bet apzināti izplati par viņu melus ... tā pat kā par Golunovu.
14.jūnijs, 11:20 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Nemuldi te ... neko Ņemcovs tur neatmaskoja. ...nevajag te sacerēt kaut kādus murgus
Viņš uzbrauca islāmam... un par to no čeceniem dabūja lodi pierē ..
Un pilnīgi pamatoti.
8.jūnijs, 18:52 Atbildēt
PPeskovs
Kurš bende izpildīja Putina režīma pasūtījumu, tas jau ir sekundāri. Pagājušajā gadā vien noslepkavoti 4 žurnālisti. Bīstamākā profesija Krievijā.
8.jūnijs, 19:45 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu publicē to sarakstu ar tiem nogalinàtajiem Krievijas źurnālistiem - Putina pretiniekiem.
Ja tāda nav ... tad pārtrauc te muldēt.
9.jūnijs, 4:52 Atbildēt
PPutina minetčikam
История прихода Путина к власти очень темна. В 1999 году всю страну потрясла серия взрывов жилых домов в Буйнакске, Москве и Волгодонске. В Москве было два взрыва: на улице Гурьянова и на Каширском Шоссе. Попытка взрыва жилого дома в Рязани провалилась из-за бдительности жителей. В результате терактов 307 человек погибли и более 1,700 получили ранения. Это самая мощная террористическая акция в мире по количеству жертв после теракта в Нью-Йорке 11 сентября 2001 года. Ни одного официального расследования этих взрывов не было. Обвинив во всем чеченских террористов, Россия начала вторую чеченскую войну. Помимо официальной версии о причастности к взрывам террористов, существует по крайней мере девять альтернативных версий о причастности к взрывам сотрудников ФСБ, в том числе версии Сергея Юшенкова, Юрия Щекочихина, Пола Хлебникова и Александра Литвиненко, которые были впоследствии убиты, а юрист парламентской комиссии по расследованию терактов под руководством Сергея Ковалёва Михаил Трепашкин был арестован в октябре 2003 и отсидел срок. Комиссия Ковалева прекратила расследование.
Борис Немцов а так же - Тальков, Евдокимов, Трошев, Листьев, Политковская, профессор Левашов и его жена, Академик Федоров, офтальмолог, конкурент Путина на президента, Артем Боровик - перед анонсированной им публикацией о Путине, польская делегация под Смоленском, Беслан, Норд-Ост, гексоген подрывы ФСБ гражданских зданий, взрывы в метро, аэропорту, на ГЭС, В Волгограде ...
запугивания русских террором. Чечня - 10 тысяч российских солдат погибло только за 2 месяца, 35 000 гражданских в Грозном, среди них 5000 детей, преимущественно русские. Собчак, Листьев, Старовойтова, Щекочихин - море трупов!
10.jūnijs, 6:26 Atbildēt
LLode tur stāvēja
Un viņš uzskrēja.
Un Krievijā kopš PSRS sabrukuma noslepkavoti 58 žurnālisti.
Paši uzprasijās
8.jūnijs, 19:20 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu to sarakstu ar Putina pretiniekiem ... kuri nogalināti
Ja tāda nav .. tad ko te muldi..?
8.jūnijs, 21:25 Atbildēt
VVisredzamakais Nemcovs
Nu kaut vai Politkovska
Un vēl un vēl.
Krievija ir politisko slepkavibu citadele
8.jūnijs, 21:53 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu to sarakstu ar vēl un vēl ....
Ja tāda nav .. tad pàrtrauc te muldēt par Krieviju. .
Paskaties labāk ko Latvijas NBS Afganistānā dara .... cilvēkus šauj
Tā ka to slepkavību "Citadeli" tu ieraudzīsi tepat ....
9.jūnijs, 4:50 Atbildēt
UUldis
Ņemcova pēdējā intervija īsi pirms mazais paranoidālais masu slepkava, sadists, kodol un ķīmiskais terorists un pederasts - pedofīls viņu noslepkavoja. www.youtube.com/watch?v=5fyemBPbyeM
9.jūnijs, 16:26 Atbildēt
GGOST
Narkotikas no Krievijas vēstniecības
9.jūnijs, 7:46 Atbildēt
dde Soto
kaa tad, neko jaunu orighinaalu fashistiska valsts nespeej izdomaat - opozicionaari un demokraati ir "huļigani", "narkotorgovci" vai "agenti cee-er-u"
8.jūnijs, 14:25 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Ja šādā lietā iekrīt. .. tad tur būs daudz liecību no dazādām pusēm ...
(tur nekas nav jāizdomā. ... un jā ... kāpēc CIP viņu savervēja? ... varbūt tāpēc, ka viņš bija narkomāns. .. un tātad to izdarīt bija vienkārši)
8.jūnijs, 18:16 Atbildēt
KKGB
Pareizi, Krievijā visi opozicionāri un anti-Putinistiskie žurnālisti ir vai nu narkomāni vai garīgi nelīdzsvaroti, tāpēc tiem jānodrošina piespiedu ārstēšana un elektrošoka terapija, jo tikai traks cilvēks varētu iebilst Putina kungam.
8.jūnijs, 18:35 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu piemērus !!!
Nr. 1
Nr.2
Nr.3
Utt.
Ja nav. .. tad ko te pļūtī ... ??? .. : )
8.jūnijs, 18:54 Atbildēt
ffakti
NOGALINĀTO ŽURNĀLISTU SARAKSTS PUTINA KRIEIVJĀ

2000–2002

Anna Politkovskaya was assassinated at her home in Moscow on 7 October 2006.

2000

1 February – Vladimir Yatsina, a photocorrespondent with ITAR-TASS. On his first and only trip to Chechnya he was kidnapped and later killed (by a group of Wahhabis some suggest).[82] Homicide [J].
10 February – Ludmila Zamana, Samara. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
9 March – Artyom Borovik, Sovershenno sekretno periodical and publishing house, director and journalist. Sheremetyevo-1 Airport, Moscow. Incident not confirmed [?J].
22 March – Luisa Arzhieva, correspondent for Istina mira newspaper (Moscow). Avtury, Chechnya. Crossfire [?J].
17 April – Oleg Polukeyev, Homicide.
1 May – Boris Gashev, literary critic. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
13 May – Alexander Yefremov, Chechnya. A photojournalist with west Siberian newspaper Nashe Vremya, Yefremov died when militants blew up a military jeep in which he was travelling. On previous assignments, Yefremov won acclaim for his news photographs from the war-torn region. Crossfire [J].
16 July – Igor Domnikov, from Novaya Gazeta, Moscow. Struck over the head with a hammer in the stairwell of his Moscow apartment building, Domnikov was in a coma for two months. His murderer was identified in 2003 and convicted in 2007.[83] The men who ordered and organised the attack have been named by his paper but not charged. Homicide [J].
26 July – Sergei Novikov, Radio Vesna, Smolensk. Shot in a contract killing in stairwell of his apartment building. Claimed that he often criticized the administration of Smolensk Region. Homicide [?J].
21 September – Iskander Khatloni, Radio Free Europe, Moscow. A native of Tajikistan, Khatloni was killed at night in an axe attack on the street outside his Moscow apartment block. His assailant and the motive of the murder remain unknown. A RFE/RL spokeswoman said Khatloni worked on stories about the human-rights abuses in Chechnya.[84] Homicide [nJ].
3 October – Sergei Ivanov, Lada-TV, Togliatti. Shot five times in the head and chest in front of his apartment building. As director of largest independent television company in Togliatti, he was an important player on the local political scene.[85] Homicide. Gang responsible on trial [nJ].
18 October – Georgy Garibyan, journalist with Park TV (Rostov), murdered in Rostov-on-Don [nJ].
20 October – Oleg Goryansky, freelance journalist, press & TV. Murdered in Cherepovets, Vologda Region. Conviction [nJ].
21 October – Raif Ablyashev, photographer with Iskra newspaper. Kungur, Perm Region. Homicide [nJ].
3 November – Sergei Loginov, Lada TV (Togliatti). Incident not confirmed [nJ].
20 November – Pavel Asaulchenko, cameraman for Austrian TV, Moscow. Contract killing. Conviction of perpetrator [nJ].
23 November – Adam Tepsurkayev, Reuters, Chechnya. A Chechen cameraman, he was shot at his neighbour's house in the village of Alkhan-Kala (aka Yermolovka). Tepsurkayev filmed most of Reuters' footage from Chechnya in 2000, including the Chechen rebel Shamil Basayev having his foot amputated. Homicide (war crime) [J].
28 November – Nikolai Karmanov, retired journalist. Lyubim, Yaroslavl Region. Homicide [nJ].
23 December – Valery Kondakov, freelance photographer. Killed in Armavir, Krasnodar Region [nJ].

2001

1 February – Eduard Burmagin, Homicide.
24 February – Leonid Grigoryev, Homicide [nJ].
8 March – Andrei Pivovarov, Homicide.
31 March – Oleg Dolgantsev, Homicide [nJ].
17 May – Vladimir Kirsanov,[87] chief editor. Kurgan, Urals Federal District. Homicide [J].
2 June – Victor Popkov, Novaya gazeta contributore, died in Moscow Region hospital. Wounded in Chechnya two months earlier. Crossfire [J].
11 September – Andrei Sheiko, Homicide [nJ].
19 September – Eduard Markevich, 29, editor and publisher of local newspaper Novy Reft in Sverdlovsk Region. Shot in the back[87] in a contract killing, homicide [J].
5 November – Elina Voronova, Homicide [nJ].
16 November – Oleg Vedenin, Homicide.
21 November – Alexander Babaikin, Homicide [nJ].
1 December – Boris Mityurev, Homicide.

2002

18 January – Svetlana Makarenko, Homicide.
4 March – Konstantin Pogodin, Novoye Delo newspaper, Nizhni Novgorod. Homicide.
8 March – Natalya Skryl, Nashe Vremya newspaper, Taganrog. Homicide [?J].
31 March – Valery Batuyev, Moscow News newspaper, Moscow. Homicide [nJ].
1 April – Sergei Kalinovsky, Moskovskij Komsomolets local edition, Smolensk. Homicide [nJ].
4 April – Vitaly Sakhn-Vald, photojournalist, Kursk. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
25 April – Leonid Shevchenko, Pervoye Chtenie newspaper, Volgograd. Homicide [nJ].
29 April – Valery Ivanov, founder and chief editor of Tolyattinskoye Obozrenie newspaper, Samara Region.[87] Contract killing [J].
20 May – Alexander Plotnikov, Gostiny Dvor newspaper, Tyumen. Homicide.
6 June – Pavel Morozov, Homicide.
25 June – Oleg Sedinko, founder of Novaya Volna TV & Radio Company, Vladivostok. Contract killing, explosive in stairwell [nJ].
20 July – Nikolai Razmolodin, general director of Europroject TV & Radio Company, Ulyanovsk. Homicide.
21 July – Maria Lisichkina Homicide [nJ].
27 July – Sergei Zhabin, press service of the Moscow Region governor. Homicide [nJ].
18 August – Nikolai Vasiliev, Cheboksary city, Chuvashia. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
25 August – Paavo Voutilainen, former chief editor of Karelia magazine, Karelia. Homicide [nJ].
4 September – Leonid Kuznetsov, "Periodicals of Mari-El" publishing house, Yoshkar-Ola.[89] Incident not confirmed [?J].
20 September – Igor Salikov, head of information security at Moskovskij Komsomolets newspaper in Penza. Contract killing [nJ].
26 September – Roderick (Roddy) Scott, Frontline TV Company, Great Britain. Crossfire [J].
2 October – Yelena Popova, Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
19 October – Leonid Plotnikov Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
26 October – Tamara Voinova (Stavropol) and Maxim Mikhailov (Kaliningrad), Dubrovka theatre siege ("Nord Ost" show), Moscow. Terrorist Act [nJ].
21 December – Dmitry Shalayev, Kazan, Tatarstan. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
2003–2005

2003

7 January – Vladimir Sukhomlin, Internet journalist and editor, Serbia.ru, Moscow. Homicide. Off-duty police convicted of his murder. Those behind the contract killing were not convicted[J].
11 January – Yury Tishkov, sports commentator, Moscow. Contract killing [nJ].
21 February – Sergei Verbitsky, publisher BNV newspaper. Chita. Homicide [nJ].
18 April – Dmitry Shvets, TV-21 Northwestern Broadcasting, Murmansk. Deputy director of the independent TV-21 station (Northwestern Broadcasting), he was shot dead outside the TV offices. Shvets' colleagues said the station had received multiple threats for its reporting on influential local politicians. Contract killing [nJ].
3 July – Yury Shchekochikhin, Novaya gazeta, Moscow. Deputy editor of Novaya gazeta and a Duma deputy since 1993. He died just a few days before his scheduled trip to United States to discuss the results of his journalist investigation with FBI officials. He investigated the Three Whales Corruption Scandal that allegedly involved high-ranking FSB officials. Shchekochikhin died from an acute allergic reaction. There has been much speculation about cause of his death. The investigation into his death has been opened and closed four times. Homicide [J].
4 July – Ali Astamirov, France Presse. Went missing in Nazran [?J].
18 July – Alikhan Guliyev, freelance TV journalist, from Ingushetia. Moscow. Homicide [nJ].
10 August – Martin Kraus, Dagestan. On way to Chechnya. Homicide [nJ].
9 October – Alexei Sidorov, Tolyatinskoye Obozreniye, Togliatti. Second editor-in-chief of this local newspaper to be murdered. Predecessor Valery Ivanov shot in April 2002.[87] Homicide. Supposed killer acquitted [?J].
24 October – Alexei Bakhtin, journalist and businessman, formerly Mariiskaya pravda. Mari El. Homicide [nJ].
30 October – Yury Bugrov, editor of Provincial Telegraph. Balakovo, Saratov Region. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
25 December – Pyotr Babenko, editor of Liskinskaya gazeta. Liski, Voronezh Region. Homicide [nJ].

2004

1 February – Yefim Sukhanov, ATK-Media, Archangelsk. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
23 March – Farit Urazbayev, cameraman, Vladivostok TV/Radio Company, Vladivostok. Incident not Confirmed [nJ].
2 May – Shangysh Mongush, correspondent with Khemchiktin Syldyzy newspaper, Tuva. Homicide [?J].
9 May – Adlan Khasanov, Reuters reporter, died in Grozny bomb attack that killed Chechen President Ahmed Kadyrov. Terrorist Act [J].
9 June – Paul Klebnikov, chief editor of newly established Russian version of Forbes magazine, Moscow. Contract killing, alleged perpetrators put on trial and acquitted. Homicide [J].
1 July – Maxim Maximov, journalist with Gorod newspaper, St Petersburg. Body not found. Homicide [J].
10 July – Zoya Ivanova, TV presenter, Buryatia State Television & Radio Company, Ulan Ude, Buryatia. Homicide [nJ].
17 July – Pail Peloyan, editor of Armyansky Pereulok magazine, Moscow. Homicide [nJ].
3 August – Vladimir Naumov, nationalist reporter, Cossack author (Russky Vestnik, Zavtra), Moscow Region. Homicide [nJ].
24 August – Svetlana Shishkina, journalist, Kazan, Tatarstan. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
24 August – Oleg Belozyorov, Moscow-Volgograd flight. Terrorist Act [nJ].
18 September – Vladimir Pritchin, editor-in-chief of North Baikal TV & Radio Company, Buryatia. Homicide [?J].
27 September – Jan Travinsky (St Petersburg), in Irkutsk as political activist for election campaign.[92] Homicide. Conviction [nJ].

2005

23 May – Pavel Makeyev, reporter for TNT-Pulse Company, Rostov-on-Don. Run down while photographing illegal street racing. Incident not Confirmed [?J].
28 July – Magomed Varisov, political analyst and journalist, shot dead near his home in Makhachkala, Dagestan. He "had received threats, was being followed and had unsuccessfully sought help from the local police" according to Committee to Protect Journalists. Sharia Jamaat claimed responsibility for the murder.[94] Homicide [J].
31 August – Alexander Pitersky, Baltika Radio reporter, Saint Petersburg. Homicide [?J].
3 September – Vladimir Pashutin, Smolensky Literator newspaper, Smolensk. Not Confirmed [nJ].
13 October – Tamirlan Kazikhanov, head of press service for Anti-Terrorist Center of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs's Main Department for the Southern Federal District, Nalchik. Crossfire [J].
4 November – Kira Lezhneva, reporter with Kamensky rabochii newspaper, Sverdlovsk Region.[95] Homicide. Conviction [nJ].

2006–2008

2006

8 January – Vagif Kochetkov, newly appointed Trud correspondent in the region, killed and robbed in Tula. Acquittal [nJ].
26 February – Ilya Zimin, worked for NTV Russia television channel, killed in Moscow flat. Suspect in Moldova trial. Acquittal [nJ].
4 May – Oksana Teslo, media worker, Moscow Region. Arson attack on dacha. Homicide [nJ].
14 May – Oleg Barabyshkin, director of radio station, Chelyabinsk. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
23 May – Vyacheslav Akatov, special reporter, Business Moscow TV show, murdered in Mytyshchi Moscow Region. Killer caught and convicted. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
25 June – Anton Kretenchuk, cameraman, local Channel 38 TV, killed in Rostov-on-Don. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
25 July – Yevgeny Gerasimenko, journalist with Saratovsky Rasklad newspaper. Murdered in Saratov. Conviction [nJ].
31 July – Anatoly Kozulin, retired freelance journalist. Ukhta, Komi. Homicide [nJ].
8 August – Alexander Petrov, editor-in-chief, Right to Choose magazine Omsk, murdered with family while on holiday in Altai Republic. Under-age murderer charged and prosecuted. Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
17 August – Elina Ersenoyeva, reporter for Chechenskoye obshchestvo newspaper. Abducted in Grozny, Chechnya. Missing [?J].
13 September – Vyacheslav Plotnikov, reporter, local "Channel 41" TV, Voronezh. Incident not Confirmed [nJ].
7 October – Anna Politkovskaya, commentator with Novaya Gazeta, Moscow, shot in her apartment building's elevator;.[97][98][99][100] Four accused in contract killing, acquitted in February 2009 [J].
16 October – Anatoly Voronin, Itar-TASS news agency, Moscow. Homicide [nJ].
28 December – Vadim Kuznetsov, editor-in-chief of World & Home. Saint Petersburg magazine, killed in Saint Petersburg. Homicide [nJ].

2007

14 January – Yury Shebalkin, retired journalist, formerly with Kaliningradskaya pravda. Homicide in Kaliningrad. Conviction [nJ].
20 January – Konstantin Borovko, presenter of "Gubernia" TV company (Russian: "Губерния"), killed in Khabarovsk.[47] Homicide. Conviction [nJ].
2 March – Ivan Safronov, military columnist of Kommersant newspaper. Died in Moscow, cause of death disputed.[102][103] Incident not Confirmed. Investigation under Incitement to Suicide (Article 110) [?J].
15 March – Leonid Etkind, director at Karyera newspaper. Abduction and homicide in Vodnik, Saratov Region. Conviction [nJ].
5 April – Vyacheslav Ifanov, Novoye televidenie Aleiska, cameraman. Previously attacked by local military. Aleisk, Altai. Incident not Confirmed [?J].
April – Marina Pisareva, deputy head of Russian office of German media group Bertelsmann was found dead at her country cottage outside Moscow in April[104][105]

2008 (Putin's final months as president)

8 February – Yelena Shestakova, former journalist, St Petersburg. Killer sent to psychiatric prison. Homicide [nJ].
21 March – Gadji Abashilov, chief of Dagestan State TV & Radio Company VGTRK, shot in his car in Makhachkala. Homicide [?J].
21 March – Ilyas Shurpayev, Dagestani journalist covering Caucasus on Channel One, was strangled with a belt by robbers in Moscow.[106][107] Alleged killers tracked to Tajikistan and convicted there of his murder. Homicide [?J].

The Medvedev presidency

Magomed Yevloyev was shot and killed while in police custody in Ingushetia on 31 August 2008.

2008

31 August – Magomed Yevloyev was shot dead while in police custody in Ingushetia. Yevloyev was the founder of the opposition website Ingushetia.org and was known for his regular criticism of Ingush President Murat Zyazikov.[108][109][110] The police officer involved in the killing, Ibragim Yevloyev, was found guilty of involuntary manslaughter and sentenced to two years in prison.[111]
2 September – Abdulla Alishayev was shot several times by unknown assailants in Makhachkala, Dagestan, and died in hospital.[112] Alishayev was the television host of TV-Chirkei and was known for his opposition to Islamic fundamentalism within the republic and Russia as a whole.[113]
30 December – Shafig Amrakhov was shot and wounded by an unknown assailant at his apartment in Murmansk and later died in hospital. Amrakhov was the editor of the RIA 51 news agency and criticized the economic policies of Yuri Yevdokimov, the governor of Murmansk Oblast.[114]

2009

4 January – Vladislav Zakharchuk died in a fire that engulfed a newspaper office in Vladivostok, Primorsky Krai. Zakharchuk was the advertisement manager for the newspaper Arsenyevskie Vesti. The newspaper was known for its criticism of the authorities in the krai and its chief editor and journalists have faced fines and imprisonment in the past.[115]
19 January – Stanislav Markelov was shot and killed by a masked gunman in Moscow alongside Anastasia Baburova. Markelov was a lawyer who worked with Novaya Gazeta and brought many cases against the Russian military, Chechen warlords, and neo-Nazi groups.[116]
19 January – Anastasia Baburova died alongside Stanislav Marekelov after being shot at in Moscow. Baburova was a journalist-in-training for Novaya Gazeta and was known for investigating neo-Nazi activity in Russia.[117]
30 March – Sergei Protazanov was found unconscious at his home in Khimki, Moscow Oblast, and later died in hospital. Authorities and relatives believed he was poisoned. Protazanov was the page designer for Grazhdanskoye Soglasiye, the only opposition newspaper in the city, and was seriously beaten by assailants a few days prior to his death.[118]
29 June – Vyacheslav Yaroshenko died of wounds he received from a severe beating by an unknown assailant in April in Rostov-on-Don, Rostov Oblast. Yaroshenko was the chief editor of the Korruptsiya i Prestupnost newspaper and prior to his beating, the newspaper published multiple articles alleging corruption in the Oblast's government, police, and prosecutor's office.[119]
15 July – Natalia Estemirova was abducted and then killed in Grozny, Chechnya. Her body was later found near Nazran, Ingushetia. Estemirova was a human rights activist for Memorial who worked with journalists of Novaya Gazeta and occasionally published in the newspaper herself. She was known for investigating murders and kidnappings in Chechnya and was a colleague of Anna Politkovskaya.[120]
11 August – Malik Akhmedilov was found shot dead near Makhachkala, Dagestan. Akhemdilov was the deputy chief editor of Khakikat and the chief editor of the Sogratl newspapers, which focused on civic and political issues in the republic.[121]
25 October – Maksharip Aushev was shot dead in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria. Aushev worked on multiple human rights cases in neighboring Ingushetia and was the operator of Ingushetia.org following the death of Magomed Yevloyev in 2008.[122]
16 November – Olga Kotovskaya died after falling out of a window on the 14th-floor of a building in Kaliningrad. Authorities classified the death as suicide while colleagues believe she was murdered for her work. Kotovskaya was the co-founder of the Kaskad radio and television station, which was embroiled in an ownership lawsuit brought by Vladimir Pirogov, the former vice governor of Kaliningrad Oblast.[123]

2010

20 January – Konstantin Popov died from a beating received by Russian police while in custody in Tomsk. Popov was the co-founder and director of the Tema newspaper and was allegedly tortured prior to his death.[124]
23 February – Ivan Stepanov was stabbed to death at his dacha in Khilok, Zabaykalsky Krai. Stepanov was a local correspondent for the Zabaikalsky rabochy newspaper and the author of three books that were popular in his district.[125]
20 March – Maxim Zuyev went missing and was later found murdered in a flat he was renting in Kaliningrad. Zuyev was a reporter for multiple newspapers in Kaliningrad Oblast and was a moderator for the Koenigsberg journalist society.[126]
5 May – Shamil Aliyev was shot and killed by unknown gunmen in Makhachkala, Dagestan. Aliyev was the founder of the Priboi and Vatan radio stations and director of the TNT-Makhachkala television network and was known for his anti-Wahhabist views, which were reflected in his radio and TV stations.[127]
13 May – Said Ibragimov was shot dead while travelling with a team of repairmen to restore a television transmitter that was damaged by militants the previous day in Ayazi his Niva, Dagestan. Ibragimov was the director of TBS, a local television channel.[128]
25 June – Dmitry Okkert, Moscow. A presenter with the Expert TV channel, Okkert was found stabbed to death in his own apartment. The director of the Expert media holding, Valery Fadeyev, does not believe that the brutal killing of his colleague was linked to his journalistic activities.
25 July – Bella Ksalova was fatally injured and later died in hospital after being hit by a vehicle near her home in Cherkessk, Karachay-Cherkessia. Ksalova was a correspondent for the Caucasian Knot website and news agency and wrote highly critical articles of local authorities. The driver, Arsen Abaikhanov, plead guilty and was sentenced three years in a penal colony.[129]
1 August – Malika Betiyeva was killed along with four members of her family when a speeding vehicle hit hers on a highway in Chechnya. Betiyeva was the deputy chief editor of the Molodyozhnaya smena newspaper and a correspondent for Dosh magazine. She was known for writing about lawless behavior of government agencies in Chechnya and her worked had to be published under an assumed name for her own safety.[130]
11 August – Magomed Sultanmagomedov was killed in a drive-by-shooting in Makhachkala, Dagestan. Sultanmagomedov was the director of the Makhachkala TV station and was previously a target of an attempted bombing in 2008.[131]
23 October – Yevgeny Fedotov died in hospital due to head injuries he received in a violent quarrel with his neighbour in Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai. The latter has been charged with manslaughter.[132]

2011

15 December – Gadzhimurat Kamalov was shot six times in a drive-by shooting outside his newspaper's office in Makhachkala, Dagestan. Kamalov owned the media company Svoboda Slova and was known for investigating corruption and rebel activity in the republic.[133]

Under Putin

2012

7 July – Alexander Khodzinsky was stabbed to death by local businessman and former deputy mayor Gennady Zhigarev in Tulun, Irkutsk Oblast. Khodzinsky campaigned against abusive and illegal practices in the construction of a shopping mall in the town center since 2007 and would regular complain to president Dmitry Medvedev and governor Dmitry Mezentsev about the issue.[134]
5 December – Kazbek Gekkiev was shot dead at a street in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria, after receiving death threats from local extremists. Gekkiev worked for various local TV programs in the republic.[135]

2013

9 July – Akhmednabi Akhmednabiyev was killed while driving just 50 metres from his house on the outskirts of Makhachkala, Dagestan, after receiving numerous death threats. Akhmednabiyev was the deputy editor of the newspaper Novoe Delo and regularly wrote about the politics of the republic and human rights issues in the North Caucasus. He was previously the victim of an assassination attempt back in January 2013.[136][137][138][139]

2014

1 August – Timur Kuashev was abducted from his home and later found dead in Nalchik, Kabardino-Balkaria.[140] Kuashev worked for the magazine Dosh and received death threats and was previously stopped by local police a number of times.[141]

2016

March 31 – Dmitry Tsilikin was stabbed to death in his flat in Saint Petersburg. Tsilikin wrote for many independent media outlets and mainly focused on social issues and human rights.[142] The suspected killer is neo-nazi Sergey Kosyrev. The murder is attributed to Tsilikin's homosexual orientation.[143]

2017

March 17 – Yevgeny Khamaganov died of unexplained causes in Ulan-Ude, Buryatia. Khamaganov was known for writing articles that criticized the federal government and was allegedly beaten by unknown assailants on March 10.[144]
April 19 – Journalist and former prisoner of conscience Nikolay Andrushchenko died in Saint Petersburg from wounds that he received from a severe beating by unknown assailants on March 9. Andrushchenko was the co-founder of the newspaper Novy Petersburg and was previously jailed in 2009 by a city court for "libel and extremism".[145]
May 24 – Dmitry Popkov was found dead from gunshot wounds at a bathhouse close to his home in Minusinsk, Krasnoyarsk Krai. Popkov was the chief editor of the newspaper Ton-M and was known for investigating police corruption.[146]
September 8 - The body of Andrey Ruskov was found in the Bira River in Birobidzhan, Jewish Autonomous Oblast. Ruskov worked for the Bestvideo Broadcasting Studio.[147]

2018

April 15 – Maksim Borodin died of injuries from falling out of a window at his apartment in Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk Oblast, on April 12. Authorities classified the death as suicide while colleagues reject the notion. Borodin regularly wrote on crime, corruption, and the recent involvement of Russian mercenaries in Syria.[148]
July 23 – Denis Suvorov was found dead after being stabbed by an unknown assailant in Nizhny Novgorod. Suvorov worked for the Vesti-Privolzhye television station and was an editor for the Vesti.Nizhny Novgorod internet portal.[149][150]
July 31 – Sergei Grachyov went missing in Nizhny Novgorod on July 21 after taking a reporting trip there from Moscow. His body was found 11 days later. Grachuov worked for the Argumenty i Fakty newspaper.[151][152]
September 10 – Yegor Orlov disappeared on September 7 after leaving for work in Naberezhnye Chelny, Tatarstan. His body was later found in a river in the Yelabuzhsky District. Orlov was a correspondent and presenter at Chelny REN-TV.[153]
8.jūnijs, 19:07 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu piemērus !!!
Nr. 1 ... ?
Nr.2 ... ?
Nr.3 ... ?
Utt.
Ja nav. .. tad ko te pļūtī ... ??? .. : )
Un pārtrauc te komentārus piecūkot ar svešvalodu ..
Ja ir kad ko teikt - saki latviski.
Angli valodu te reti kas zina.
8.jūnijs, 21:23 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Jā nu saraksts ir iespaidigs.
Tiešām krievija ir izdzimteņu zeme
9.jūnijs, 8:42 Atbildēt
VValdis Freimantāls
Ne Krievija, bet komunistu un čekistu varturi! Lasiet par viņu noziegumu Latvija 1993. gada 18. februāra naktī! ...tautastribunals.eu/?p=33716
9.jūnijs, 9:13 Atbildēt
vvienaldzīgais
Nejauši paskrēji sarakstam priekšā, pats uzprasijies?
9.jūnijs, 5:20 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Es nemāku lasīt. Īpaši kad piedzēris.
8.jūnijs, 23:45 Atbildēt
AAndrejs
A ko? Narkotiku tirgonim iedot ko garšigu un palutināt? Lai sēž. Vismaz kārtība.
8.jūnijs, 15:32 Atbildēt
nnja
Kad Putina Krievijā ir pasūtīta nevēlama žurnālista aizturēšana 90% par iemeslu būs narkotikas. Tieši tāpēc, opozicionāri cenšas filmēt visas kratīšanas, lai nevarētu piemest.
8.jūnijs, 18:29 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu piemērus !!!
Nr. 1 ... ?
Nr.2 ... ?
Nr.3 ... ?
Utt.
Ja nav. .. tad ko te pļūtī ... ??? .. : )
8.jūnijs, 18:56 Atbildēt
AAtbildi izlasiji
Bet tāpat paliki lohs ?
8.jūnijs, 20:00 Atbildēt
bborats
Putlera demokraatija
8.jūnijs, 16:13 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Jā .. tak traks tas Putins ... neļauj tirgot narkotikas Krievijā. ... :)))
8.jūnijs, 18:17 Atbildēt
iidiots Raimonds
Ko te pļūtī ?
8.jūnijs, 23:36 Atbildēt
llapa
Kremliniem tāda divkosīga attieksme, kad Ušakovs vai kāds cits jāaizstāv tad piesauc nevainības prezumpciju, bet kad piekauj žurnālistu, tad redz narkotikas tirgojis...

Tiesa jau bija par narkotiku tirgošanu? Lai gan Krievijā tiesas ir padarītas par joku un viens cilvēks var pateikt kas ir vainīgs un kas nav.
8.jūnijs, 18:39 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Lūdzu konkrētus piemērus !!!
Nr. 1 ... ?
Nr.2 ... ?
Nr.3 ... ?
Utt.
Ja nav. .. tad ko te pļūtī ... ??
8.jūnijs, 18:57 Atbildēt
bbobs
ar tadam pasam metodem krievijas preses parstavus!tad tie sapratis ka ta nedrikst!dialogam nav nekada jega!
8.jūnijs, 17:06 Atbildēt
PPaveicās
Ņemcovam paveicās mazāk.

Viss kā Minhenē pirms 2.pasaules kara
8.jūnijs, 17:21 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Vispār nē .. situācija šobrīd vairāk atgādina situāciju pirms 1.pasaules kara ... (tieši pasaules ekonomiskā situācija izraisīja to karu. .. un tagad arī šis karš starp ASV un Ķīnu un Krieviju. .. tikai drusku vēl vajag .. un jankijiem sāks likt uzpurni... jo tiesi viņi tracina pasauli .. šobrīd neviena valsts nevar justies droša viņu dēļ )
Bet Nemcovam bija pārāk sakāpis galvā ... un viņš iedomājās, ka drīkst taisīt virsū islāmam ...
8.jūnijs, 18:24 Atbildēt
ppurvaputns
Raimondam taisnība. Šodienas Krievija ir kā Vācija pirms II. Pasaules kara. Krievi ir pazemoti par zaudēto impēriju un pie varas ir nostiprinājies tirāns, kurš spēlē uz šīm jūtām. Pūķins arī Krimā rīkojās līdzīgi kā Hitlers izrīkojās Austrijā 1938. gadā.
8.jūnijs, 18:47 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Manuprāt šodien pazemota jūtas ASV. ...
Jo visa pasaule redz, kā viņa zaudē vadošo lomu.pasaulē ...
(tāpēc arī Tramps tà ārdàs)
Bet šajas dienās notika traka lieta - Krievija un Ķīna apvienojās...
Tas ir pamatīgs spēriens pa olām jankijiem .. : ))) ... : DDD
8.jūnijs, 19:01 Atbildēt
tto Raimonds
Tūkstots verdzības un negatīvās selekcijas gados krievs ir izveidots tāds, ka to vairs nekas nevar pazemot un neviens nekad to nepacels uz ceļiem. Tas gulēja, guļ un turpinās gulēt
9.jūnijs, 16:39 Atbildēt
VVongs
Krieviem jāizvācās no okupētas Ķīnas teritorijas Austrumsibīrijā.
8.jūnijs, 23:37 Atbildēt
iincanti
Putins jau klusām 2008. gadā uzdāvināja daļu teritorijas Ķīnai (174 km2) - Tarabarova salu un pusi no Boļšoj Usurijskij, kas ir pārsteidzoši, jo Putins sevi ir reklamējis kā "zemju savācēju", bet šeit sanāk otrādi. Vēl var pieminēt milzīgās iznomātās Sibīrijas platības - Aizbaikālu uz 49 gadiem. Tiek lēsts, ka Krievijā pēc 50 gadiem būs vismaz 50 miljons Ķīniešu.

Putins mētājoties ar zemēm mēģina nopirkt Ķīniešu labvēlību, cik viņš tomēr ir naivs, jo Ķīnai ASV un Eiropa ir daudz svarīgāki noieta tirgi par nabadzīgo Krieviju. Jau tagad Ķīnā vidējā alga esot lielāka kā Krievijā.
8.jūnijs, 19:27 Atbildēt
SSibir
Ķīnieši jau būvē otru gāzes vadu no Turkmenistānas, lai apietu Krievijas muitas savienības valstis. Vispār pārsteidzoši ir tas kā Ķīnieši tā izvairās no jebkādas sadarbības ar Krieviju, laikam negrib stiprināt savu turpmāko pretinieku. Ja tie iegulda naudu, tad pretī prasa akcijas, neizpumpēto naftu utt, ja aizdod naudu tad tikai tur kur kontrolē infrastruktūru un tamlīdzīgi. Tikmēr krieviņš par savu naudu būvē Ķīnietim gāzes vadu "Sila Sibiri", un cer, ka ķīnietis no tā kaut ko nopirks, bet ķīnietis ņems 3x lētāk kā ņem Eiropa, jo tam ir sava alternatīva pa tiešo no Turkmenistānas.
8.jūnijs, 19:28 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
2016.gadā Krievijas enerģētikas uzņēmuma “Gazprom” lēmums pārtraukt dabasgāzes importu ir izraisījis valstī lielāko ekonomisko krīzi kopš 1991. gada....
8.jūnijs, 21:17 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Un nav Turkmenistānai nekāda gāzes vada ar Ķīnu ...
Tās ir fantāzijas.
8.jūnijs, 21:18 Atbildēt
DDaimons
Putlera krievnacisti tam cīnās pretī, bet velti !
8.jūnijs, 23:38 Atbildēt
dde Soto
fashisti paliek fashisti. Ne velti Pundura reiha galvenajam agitpropistam kabinetaa pie sienas karaajas herr Gebelsa fotoportrets.
8.jūnijs, 17:43 Atbildēt
GGanjauka visimelo
Ticēt nevar nekam un nevienam. Vai apmelots vai negodīgs, vai sists vai provocē, neuzzināsim ( un nav ko ljauni priecaaties ne vienu, ne otru uzskatu komentētājiem). Bet skaidrību gribētu zināt : (1) vai tad tas ir Krievijas pilsonis? Vai Latvijas vai nepilsonis vai kā? (2) ko nozīmē “ bāzētirs”? Vai Medūza ir no Krievijas skatpunkta ārvalstu medijs ( kurš māca kā dzīvot), vai tikai filiāle tam Rīgā? ( kāda ir mūsu attieksme pret ārvalstu medijiem šeit?).
8.jūnijs, 18:24 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Rīgā "Medūzai" ir tikai filiāle. Kantoris ir ASV, Ņujorkā....
8.jūnijs, 18:27 Atbildēt
KKGB
Visiem, kuri iebilst Putina kungam kantoris ir ASV, Vašingtonā.
8.jūnijs, 18:50 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Nu kas tad pasauli dancina ja ne ASV un NATO ....
Vismaz Pastaliju noteikti.
8.jūnijs, 19:02 Atbildēt
DDaimons
Kas dancina Pimpuku Pūķinu? ASV un ES sankcijas pret Krievu impēriju.
8.jūnijs, 23:39 Atbildēt
hhmm
Jā, Putina personīgās bagātības tiek lēstas 200 miljardu apmērā. Nez vai ASV izdosies tās konfiscēt un atdot atpakaļ krievu tautai?
8.jūnijs, 19:51 Atbildēt
tto hmm
200 miljardus atradīs un ne tikai tos, bet visu izmaksās kompensācijās tiem, kas cietuši no krievu pasaules
9.jūnijs, 16:49 Atbildēt
NNHL kantoris ir ASV
Tur strādat ir katra krievu puisa sapnis
8.jūnijs, 19:22 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Rīgā bāzētais CIP kantoris ir iekritis mēslos .... : ))))))
8.jūnijs, 18:25 Atbildēt
dde Soto
ko es teicu par "agentov cē-er-u" ?? krievu nacisti it neko jaunu nespeej izgudrot [ iereec ] Meliigi fashisteeni.
8.jūnijs, 18:30 Atbildēt
KKGB
Tieši, tā. Tas žurnālists droši vien arī pats sevi piekāva, kamēr apsargi neredzēja. Uztaisīja smadzeņu satricinājumu, asinsizplūdumus un ribu lūzumus dauzot sevi pret sienu. Tas viss tiek darīts, lai radītu sabiedrības neapmierinātību un izraisītu revolūciju Krievijā. Tas viss lai diskreditētu un apmelotu Putinu.
8.jūnijs, 18:56 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Kur ir fakti tai piekaušani ?
8.jūnijs, 19:04 Atbildēt
VVera
Kur ir fakti, ka Putins nav pedofīls ?
8.jūnijs, 20:01 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Nu tad KĀPĒC tādas baumas par kaut kādu piekaušanu un par Putinu ir jāizplata.... ???
Jo pareizi ... ka tam nav faktu.
8.jūnijs, 21:12 Atbildēt
ffakti ir zināmi
Ja tu nezini, kangar, tad tā ir tava problēma.
8.jūnijs, 23:40 Atbildēt
ssatanismam nē
Sorosa pederastiem,tautas nodevējiem augstāko mēru!
8.jūnijs, 18:41 Atbildēt
KKirils
Sorosa stipendiāts, Putins, neapšaubāmi tiks tiesāts.
8.jūnijs, 18:58 Atbildēt
DDaimons
Kur slēpsies šis mazais slepkava Pūķins kad viņš tiks gāzts no Kremļa troņa? Vai klāsies tāpat kā Romanoviem?
8.jūnijs, 23:42 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Putins nedanco žīdu priekšā. . Nevajag te muldēt.
Tā ir Latvija kura prostituē žīdiem.
Tas smirdīgais Briseles žīds Levits kà piemērs tam.
8.jūnijs, 19:05 Atbildēt
VViņš pats ir žids
Pa mates liniju.
Bet krievijā ir jamelo ,ka nav.
Kurs teiks ka ir to nošaus
8.jūnijs, 19:23 Atbildēt
dde Soto
klasisks karievu nacisteenu gaajiens. Ja cilveeks raksta patiesiibu par korumpeeto un kriminaalo Pundura rezhiimu, vinjam policitu izstraadaajumi "piesien" narkotikas un ( pashsaprotami ) veel piekauj. Par biedinaajumu citiem godiigiem cilveekiem. Rašņa - nozheelojama, neizdevusies valstele. nav briinums, ka vinjiem nav draugu - vien paariitis urlainu diktatorelju.
8.jūnijs, 18:42 Atbildēt
dde Soto
sūkāju Sorosam gan Nilam
8.jūnijs, 18:45 Atbildēt
gglobālais satanisms rullē
arī Putins ar Maltas ordeņa nesēju Šoigu(augsti nopelni-gešeft Izraēlas labā) Krimas republiku uzdāvināja jūdiem Purim svētkos
8.jūnijs, 18:43 Atbildēt
ee nāve
Ārsti ir sašutuši par to, kas pacientei nodarīts Stradiņa slimnīcā
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TAS IR TIKAI SĀKUMS,DRĪZ TIKS ATJAUNOTI NĀVESSODI,INKVIZĪCIJA
8.jūnijs, 18:49 Atbildēt
dde Soto
vatnjik, aptin foliju ar galvu. paliidzot [ smiin ]
8.jūnijs, 18:51 Atbildēt
AAnarchists
Un kas? Visus sorosoīdus vajadzētu pat nevis sabāzt ķurķos,bet gan atšaut,kā trakus su ņus.Krievijas valdība visu dara pareizi.
8.jūnijs, 18:59 Atbildēt
dde Soto
ko gan citu kremlja pundura pavaara apmaksaatam anoniimam trollim teikt ? [ smiin ]
8.jūnijs, 19:01 Atbildēt
ŠŠivas dakša
pašus pirmos Kokneses amfiteātrī uprēt Sorosa mēslus-pederastus
8.jūnijs, 19:04 Atbildēt
GGaisma
Putinu tauta saplosīs gabalsos Sarkanajā laukumā, tā pat kā Kadaffi. Un viņš to labi zin un saprot.
8.jūnijs, 20:08 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Gaisma

Lūdzu pārtrauc pārmērīgi lietot alkoholu ...
Tad tev murgi nerādīsies ...:)
8.jūnijs, 21:09 Atbildēt
ttrollim Raimim
Tas viss ko varēji "izdēt"? Nožēlojami!
8.jūnijs, 23:43 Atbildēt
ppederastijai nē
de soto tai skaitā
8.jūnijs, 19:05 Atbildēt
dde Soto
Pie vatnjikiem skaitaas patriotiski rezhiima opozicionaaru nogalinaat ar shaavienu no aizmugures un peec tam nakts aizsegaa nopostiit vinja pieminjas vietu. Iisti drosminieki tie krievu nacisti [ smiin ]
8.jūnijs, 19:08 Atbildēt
LLuciferu gaidot
amfiteātrī dzen budisti griezīs ar nažiem,dedzinās,blakus labaratorijā vēl medicīniskos eksperimentus
8.jūnijs, 19:48 Atbildēt
PPravietis
Lucifera aģensts, antikrists Putins tiks tiesāts.
8.jūnijs, 19:53 Atbildēt
ssatana pasaule
paldies okultistu aģentei Rubezei
8.jūnijs, 19:49 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Iekrita čabulītis .. narkotirgonītis .. : ))))
Tādus jau narkomānus arī ASV vervē propagandas karam pret Krieviju ...
8.jūnijs, 21:08 Atbildēt
UUn Putins ir žīds
To zina visi ,bet krievnacisti to nedrikst skali teikt
Māte viņam židiete.
Googlē materiālu cik uziet.
Un Izraēlas eksperti to ir atzinuši
8.jūnijs, 23:49 Atbildēt
RRaimonds
Tā interesanti. .. ka Rīgā aiz propagandas kanāla "Medūza" .... slēpās narkotiku točka .... : ))))
8.jūnijs, 21:27 Atbildēt
iinteresanti
......ka Rīgā maskavas namā Raimonds dzen Pūķina propagandu ar putām uz lūpām !!
8.jūnijs, 23:44 Atbildēt
GGribmaukiete
īpaša ciena Lietuvai par nopelniem Izraēlas labā sputniknewslv.com/wo..Lietuvas-karogu.html
8.jūnijs, 23:27 Atbildēt
ssatana pasaule
Reihstāgam izplēsa visas iekšas bet ASV satanisti savāca 900 konclāģeru psihiatrus-slepkavas un joprojām vizinās ar nacistu kuģi
8.jūnijs, 23:36 Atbildēt
PPūķins sātana iemiesojums
Pareizāk sakot — mini-iemiesojums.
8.jūnijs, 23:44 Atbildēt