"Of course, I'm scared a little bit, but I cannot hide myself." Sergey Aleksashenko, longtime ally of Alexey Navalny, says he is scared that Russian President Vladimir Putin may come after him for his support of Navalny.
“Putin’s primary goal is to make Navalny silent.” CNN’s Erin Burnett speaks with Sergey Aleksashenko, former deputy chairman of Russia’s Central Bank and associate of Kremlin critic Alexey Navalny about his ordeal and the Biden administration issuing sanctions against Russia.
Russia says U.S. sanctions for Navalny poisoning will fail as Putin's popularity plummets
Navalny in court today as he was sent to prison: Putin "has never participated in any debates or campaigned in an election. Murder is the only way he knows how to fight. He’ll go down in history as nothing but a poisoner." So worth reading in full:
Two hours and hundreds of arrests later, there are still thousands of people stretching a mile in each direction in Moscow. This must be the biggest anti-Putin rally in years. People I spoke to weren’t necessarily political before, but what Russia did to Navalny infuriated them