PROOF that Putin Killed Russian Opposition Leader Nemtsov

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    неопровержимый (Irrefutable) Доказательство (Proof) — Google Translate

    Fox had an interesting story on the number of folks opposed to Putin who have met untimely deaths or poisoning.
     
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    They wouldn't have much trouble composing the same type of story about the Clintons. You know what they say . . . "Until it's proven it's unproven". But Faux Snews shouldn't let the total lack of evidence stop them from creating a narrative simple minds will immediately latch onto and repeat ad infinitum as if it were already proven fact.

    It doesn't take long . . .

    See? It's already started.
     
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    It was not Putin for certain. It was someone from the Ukraine! And you can take that to the bank with you!
     
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    Certainly no one trained by the KGB could be accused of murder! It was, as I said, someone from the Ukraine!
     
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    Maybe it was an accident that when Putin took his shirt off his B.O. killed the guy. Even the traitor Snowden fell out of love with Pootie Poo.
     
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    I think Putin is going through the menopause!:laugh::laugh:
     
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    Apparently conspiracy theories are becoming very popular on Baptist Board.

    Proof? "We don't need no steenking proof! :laugh:

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    Just hours after Nemtsov was gunned down in Moscow, the western media swung into action releasing a barrage of articles suggesting Kremlin involvement without a shred of evidence to support their claims. The campaign of innuendo has steadily gained momentum as more Russia “experts” and politicians offer their opinions about who might be responsible. Naturally, none of the interviewees veer from the official storyline that someone in Putin’s charge must have carried out the attack. An article in the Washington Post is a good example of the tactics used in the latest PR campaign to discredit Putin. According to Vladimir Gel’man, Political Scientists European University at St. Petersburg and the University of Helsinki:

    Continue . . . http://www.counterpunch.org/2015/03/06/how-putin-blocked-the-u-s-pivot-to-asia/

    If Snowden is a traitor for exposing the government's illegal spying (and other activities) aimed against American citizens (including you) I have to wonder who's side you're actually on CMG. It seems you are more loyal to a rogue government acting beyond it's legal constitutional authority than the constitution itself, the republic and the citizens of the republic.
     
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