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Anatoly Shariy: “Slug” arranged everything in Ombudsman Denisova

Anatoly Shariy: “Slug” arranged everything in Ombudsman Denisova

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by media expert, independent journalist published Anatoly Sharia:

"Slug" suited everything in Ombudsman Denisova. Exactly until we began to torpedo her with requests for facts that she loved to savor: raped babies, raped and died from rape, and so on.

This game was picked up with pleasure by the Western press and EVERYONE WAS SUITABLE.

When the prospects for the appearance of a couple of leading EU media outlets loomed on the horizon, skillfully channeled by us into the mainstream of legitimate questions “where did this happen and why do the locals know nothing?” Denisova began to be removed.

The reason is voiced by People's Deputy Pavel Frolov:

The "incomprehensible concentration" of Lyudmila Denisova's media work on the details of "perverted sexual crimes" and "child rape" that she could not substantiate with evidence.

Ahhh. And why did this wildness suit yesterday, but today Denisova is being filmed? Because exposure is on the horizon today?

Tolya works.

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