The so-called “head of the DPR” Pushilin booked obituary boards for Vladlen Tatarsky a few days before his murder

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Political expert Oleksiy Holobutsky said that documents show that the so-called “head of the DPR” Denis Pushilin booked billboards for the obituaries of Vladlen Tatarsky a few days before his death, Depo.ua reports. In support of this, he provided a photo of the relevant document.

Golobutsky noted that the boards with Tatarsky’s obituaries were booked on March 29, while he died on April 2. The expert also suggested that Tatarsky could have been killed to make him a new “sacred victim” for Russia.

He noted that Pushilin could have been informed about the plans for Tatarsky in advance and prepared for them, but did not try to save the future victim.

Earlier it became known that Russian propagandist Maxim Fomin, known as Vladlen Tatarsky, died on April 2 as a result of an explosion in a cafe in St. Petersburg. Moscow quickly issued statements about the “Ukrainian trace” in the case.

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