Anti-Putin Exile Gunned Down in the Streets of Ukraine

Ukraine has been shaken by a new Russia-related assassination. A former member of the Russian parliament, Denis Voronenkov, was shot dead in the heart of Kiev, on the corner of Shevchenko and Pushkin streets.

Voronenkov, a colonel in the Russian military, escaped to Ukraine together with his wife, Maria Maksakova, who is also a former State Duma member. A few weeks ago, Voronenkov told The Daily Beast about his plans to testify at the trial for treason, in absentia, of former Ukraine President Victor Yanukovych, who fled to exile in 2014.

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  1. Beauregard

    I have been following the use of computers to create false
    news. I have posted comments on the internet about the
    subject. I received the following comment on the subject:
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    “Well, I have been saying for quite some time that it is amazing
    to me when the news reports that they know who hacked
    someone’s computer by the “fingerprints” they left showing
    the methods that the various companies use. Are they honestly
    so stupid that they don’t realize that the very last thing that any
    of these hackers would do would be to use their own “fingerprints”
    when hacking a system, so that everyone would know that they
    did it? They can route their hacking all over the planet and use
    the methods of other countries and agencies so that it is probably
    impossible to know for sure where that hack actually came from.”
    “The problem that we are faced with now is that there is a
    form of shadow government that is operating to push their own
    agenda, rather than to support the will of the American People
    expressed through their electoral action.”


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