Source of “Meduza”: no toxic substances were found in Navalny’s blood

No toxic substances were found in the blood of Alexei Navalny, hospitalized in Omsk with signs of poisoning, a source familiar with the politician’s survey told Meduza.

Navalny’s biomaterials were sent to a laboratory in Moscow for further study for the presence of toxic substances, the source said. He did not specify the name of the laboratory.

Meduza’s source also confirmed that several diagnoses of Navalny’s condition are being considered, so far it has not been possible to narrow down to one. He noted that transportation of the politician from Omsk is impossible, as there are fears that Navalny’s condition during the flight may worsen due to pressure drops.

Navalny’s associates said on the morning of August 21 that the transport police had installed the poison with which they had poisoned the oppositionist. The name of this substance, dangerous to others, has not been disclosed. Officially, the transport police said they could not confirm this, since the results of the examination were not yet ready. At the same time , a source from the state agency TASS said that no poison was found in Navalny’s body, law enforcement agencies still believe that “we are talking about psychodysleptic poisoning .”

On the morning of August 21, the chief doctor of the Omsk hospital, where Alexei Navalny is in intensive care, refused to issue a permit for his transportation to a clinic in Germany, since the politician is in an unstable condition and is not transportable.

(c)MEDUZA 2020


  • They want to finish him off. Cunts.

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  • It was clear from the very beginning it would end up this way. RuSSia is agony, always was and always will be.

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  • This statement is from an article on The Moscow Times. Someone is lying, or everyone is lying. After all, this is Russia.

    “The head of Navalny’s Anti-Corruption Foundation Ivan Zhdanov, who was also at the scene, told journalists that police reported that a “poison” was found in Navalny’s system that is “dangerous to those around him,” but that law enforcement wouldn’t name the substance.”

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  • “…hospitalized in Omsk…”
    “…a laboratory in Moscow…”
    “…the state agency TASS said…”
    Is there really a comment required?

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