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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Who was it?
    You don't know who was arrested and then killed by a "nightclub owner" in a police garage ? His wife's name was Maria she was from Belarus ( well BSSSR - Beloruska Soviestka Socialistichna Respublica) back then.
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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    F107HyperSabr,

    What is democracy, and is it of "one size fits all" type?
    There various models of democracy. Virtually all are in in West. Russia is not one of them.
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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Politcovskaya was an "honest reporter"???!!! Or that one, what was her name, who was giving stories to Politcovskaya?

    Give ne a break, you don't even know the names of that honest reporters because honest people are of no interest to your propagandist media.
    What media is that ? If I want to write a name of a dead reporter from Russia and/or killed in Russia I can Google it.

    Прочитані несправедливо році було оголошено плачте поки ще не ваш очах випадають

    Na Chitay !!
    1992
    Sergey Bogdanovsky, correspondent of TV "Ostankino", killed in Moscow[24]
    [edit] 1993
    Rory Peck, ARD Germany operator, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Ivan Scopan, TF-1 France operator, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Igor Belozerov, 4th Channel Ostankino, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Sergey Krasilnikov, editor of TV "Ostankino", killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Vladimir Drobyshev, "People and nature" journal, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Alexander Sidelnikov, freelance journalist from Saint Petersburg, killed in Moscow on 4 October[25]
    Alexander Smirnov, Yoshkar-Ola based Youth Courier newspaper, killed in Moscow on 4 October[25]
    Elena Tkacheva, proof-reader for Kuban Courier newspaper, killed in Krasnodar on 29 November as a result of a bomb exploding in the newspapers building[25]
    Marina Iskanderova, journalist of a local TV station, murdered in her apartment in Nadym in December[25]
    Dmitry Krikoryants, correspondent for Express Chronicle journal, murdered in his own apartment in Chechnya on 14 or 15 April.[25] That time Chechnya was de facto independent and was not controlled by the federal government.
    [edit] 1994
    Dmitry Kholodov journalist of the Moskovskij Komsomolets newspaper. Died on October 17, 1994, when a booby-trapped briefcase he had collected from a source exploded in his newspaper's offices.
    [edit] 1995
    Vladimir Zhitarenko, correspondent of the "Red Star" newspaper;
    Shahman Kagirov, correspondent of the Vosrozhdenie newspaper;
    Ferhad Kerimov, cameraman of Associated Press;
    Vladislav Listyev, head of the ORT TV Channel, killed in Moscow on March 1;
    Evgeniy Molchanov, cameraman of NTV TV channel;
    Yohan Pist, correspondent of the Stern magazine;
    Feliks Titov, correspondent of the Nevskoe Vremya newspaper; Kidnaped and killed by fiters of Chechen terrorist Ruslan Haihoroev;
    Maksim Shablin, correspondent of the Nevskoe Vremya newspaper; Kidnaped and killed by fiters of Chechen terrorist Ruslan Haihoroev;
    Valentin Janus, cameraman of Pskov sity TV channel;
    [edit] 1996
    Lev Bogomolov, Kaluga Vechernyaya chief editor[26]
    Anatoly Belousov, assistant chief editor of Krasnaya Zvezda[26]
    Ivan Gogun, Groznenskiy Rabochiy correspondent [27]
    Marina Gorelova, reporter for television company Otechestvo[26]
    Nina Efimova, correspondent for Vozrozhdeniye[27]
    Alexander Zaitsev, director of Forward (cable television)[26]
    Viktor Mikhaylov, crime news correspondent for Zabaykalskiy Rabochiy[26]
    Viktor Pemenov, Vaynakh television company oeprator[27]
    Sergei Semisotov, Editor of Traktir po Pyatnitsam, murdered in Volgograd[26]
    Oleg Slaybnko, founder of the corporation Moment Istiny, producer of a program of the same name, director of Channel 1 Ostankino, murdered in his apartment
    Felix Solovyov, Aeroflot journal editorial board, killed in Moscow[28]
    Anatoliy Tyutnikov, assistant chief editor of Vecherniy Peterburg[26]
    Ramzan Khodzhiyev, ORT correspondent, killed in Chechnya[27]
    Nadezhda Chaykova, investigative journalist for Obshchaya Gazeta, killed in Chechnya[29]
    Nikita Chigarkov, staff member of Utrenniy Ekspress, beaten to death and robbed in Moscow[26]
    Kim En Chan, correspondent for various Sakhalin nespapers and the journal Blagodatnaya Semya, killed in Moscow[26]
    Yuriy Shmakov, Otechestvo TV correspondent[26]
    Anatoliy Yagodin, correspondent for Na Boyevom Postu, killed by Chechen militants[30]
    [edit] 1998
    Ivan Fedunin, correspondent of the "Brianskie Izvestiya" newspaper;
    Farid Sidaui, correspondent of the "Prosto nedvizhimost" magazine;
    Larisa Judina, correspondent of the "Sovetskaya Kalmikiya Segodnya" newspaper;
    [edit] 1999
    Ramzan Megidov, correspondent of the TVC TV channel;
    Supiyan Epengiev, correspondent of the "Groznenskiy Rabochiy" newspaper;
    [edit] 2000
    Vladimir Yatsina, February 20, 2000. A correspondent for ITAR-TASS, he was kidnapped and later killed by a group of Wahhabis in Chechnya [31]
    Aleksandr Yefremov, May 12, 2000, Chechnya. A photojournalist of the western Siberian newspaper Nashe Vremya was killed in Chechnya when rebels blew up a military jeep in which he was riding. On previous assignments, Yefremov had won acclaim for his news photographs from the war-torn region.[citation needed]
    Igor Domnikov, from Novaya Gazeta, July 16, 2000, Moscow. Unknown assassin hit him repeatedly on the head with a hammer in the entryway of his apartment building in Moscow. The killer was never found. Domnikov covered social and cultural issues. Some believes that the assailant mistook Domnikov for a Novaya Gazeta reporter Oleg Sultanov who claimed to receive threats from the FSB for "reporting on corruption in the Russian oil industry".[8]
    Sergey Novikov, Radio Vesna, July 26, 2000, Smolensk. He was shot and killed in the stairwell of his apartment building. It is claimed he often criticized the government of Smolensk Region.[citation needed]
    Iskandar Khatloni, US state controlled Radio Free Europe which beams daily news programming to Tajikistan, September 21, 2000, Moscow. He was killed at night with axe in his Moscow apartment by an unknown assailant. The motive of the murder is unknown. A RFE/RL spokeswoman said Khatloni worked on stories about the human-rights abuses in Chechnya.[32]
    Sergey Ivanov, Lada-TV, October 3, 2000, Togliatti. He was shot five times in the head and chest in front of his apartment building. He was director of Lada-TV, the largest independent television company in Togliatti, which was an important player on the local political scene.[33]
    Adam Tepsurgayev, Reuters, November 21, 2000, Chechnya. A Chechen cameraman, he was shot at his neighbor's house in the village of Alkhan-Kala. He produced most of Reuters' footage from Chechnya in 2000, including shots of Chechen rebel Shamil Basayev having his foot amputated.[citation needed]
    [edit] 2001
    Eduard Markevich, 29, editor and publisher of local newspaper Novy Reft in Sverdlovsk Region, was found dead (shot in the back) on September 18. He often criticized local officials and claimed he had received threatening telephone phone calls prior to the murder. [34]
    [edit] 2002
    Natalia Skryl, the Nashe Vremya newspaper, Taganrog town;
    Konstantin Pogodin, the Novoye Delo newspaper, Nizhni Novgorod city;
    Valeri Batuev, Moscow News newspaper, Moscow;
    Sergei Kalinovski, the Moskovskij Komsomolets, Smolensk;
    Vitali Sakhn-Val'da, photojournalist, Kursk town;
    Leonid Shevchenko, the Pervoye Chteniye newspaper, Volgograd;
    Valeri Ivanov, the chief editor for the Tol'yattinskoye Obozrenie newspaper, the Samara region;
    Sergei Zhabin, the press service of the governor of the Moscow region;
    Nikolai Vasiliev, Cheboksary city, Chuvashia;
    Leonid Kuznetsov, the Mescherskaya Nov' newspaper, the Ryazan region;
    Paavo Voutilainen, a former main editor of the Kareliya magazine, Kareliya;
    Roddy Scott, the Frontline-TV TV Company, from Great Britain.
    Alexandr Plotnikov, the Gostiny Dvor newspaper, Tyumen city;
    Oleg Sedinko, the founder of the Novaya Volna TV and Radio Company, Vladivostok city;
    Nikolai Razmolodin, the general director of the Europroject TV and Radio Company, Ulyanovsk town;
    Igor Salikov, the chief of the Department of information safety of the Moskovskij Komsomolets newspaper in Penza;
    Leonid Plotnikov, the publishing house "Periodicals of the Mari-El", Yoshkar-Ola.[35]
    [edit] 2003
    Aleksei Sidorov, Tolyatinskoye Obozreniye, October 9, 2003, Togliatti. He was the second editor-in-chief of local newspaper, "Tolyatinskoye Obozreniye" to be shot to death. His predecessor, Valery Ivanov, was shot in April 2002. The newspaper was known for reporting on organized crime and corruption in the industrial city of Togliatti.[citation needed]
    Yuri Shchekochikhin, Novaya Gazeta, July 3, 2003, Moscow. Deputy editor of the Novaya Gazeta and the State Duma senator, he died just a few days before his scheduled trip to USA to discuss the results of his journalist investigation with FBI officials. He investigated "Three Whales Corruption Scandal" that allegedly involved high-ranking FSB officials. Shchekochikhin died from an acute allergic reaction. There are many speculations about cause of his death.
    Dmitry Shvets, TV-21 Northwestern Broadcasting, April 18, 2003, Murmansk. He was deputy director of the independent television station TV-21 Northwestern Broadcasting. He was shot dead outside his station offices. Shvets' colleagues said their station had received multiple threats for its reporting on influential local politicians.[citation needed]
    [edit] 2004
    Yefim Sukhanov, ATK-Media, Archangelsk;
    Farit Urazbayev, cameraman, Vladivostok TV/Radio Company, city of Vladivostok;
    Adlan Khassanov, Reuters reporter, killed in Grozny;
    Shangysh Mondush, correspondent for newspaper Khemchiktin Syldyzy, Tuva Republic;
    Paul Klebnikov, editor of Russian version of Forbes magazine, Moscow;
    Payl Peloyan, editor of Armyansky Pereulok magazine, Moscow;
    Zoya Ivanova, BGTRK broadcaster, Republic of Buryatia;
    Vladimir Pritchin, editor-in-chief of North Baikal TV/Radio Company, Republic of Buryatia;
    Ian Travinsky, Saint Petersburg, killed in Irkutsk;[36]
    [edit] 2005
    Pavel Makeyev, reporter for TNT-Pulse Company, Rostov-on-Don;
    Magomedzaghid Varisov, Makhachkala;
    Alexander Pitersky, Baltika Radio reporter, Saint Petersburg;
    Vladimir Pashutin, newspaper Smolensky Literator, Smolensk;
    Tamirlan Kazikhanov, press service head, Anti-Terrorist Center of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs's Main Department for the Southern Federal District, Nalchik;
    Kira Lezhneva, reporter, newspaper "Kamensky Worker", Sverdlovsk Region.[37]
    [edit] 2006
    Vadim Kuznetsov, editor-in-chief of journal "World and home. Saint Petersburg", killed in Saint Petersburg
    Vaghif Kochetkov, newspaper Trud (Labor), killed in Tula
    Ilya Zimin, worked for NTV Russia television channel, killed in Moscow by an acquaintance
    Vyacheslav Akatov, special reporter, Business Moscow TV show, killed in Moscow Region
    Anton Kretenchuk, cameraman, 38th TV Channel, killed in Rostov-on-Don
    Yevgeny Gerasimenko, Saratovsky Rasklad newspaper, Saratov
    Vlad Kidanov, freelance journalist, Cheboksary
    Alexander Petrov, editor-in-chief, Right for Choice magazine, killed near Omsk - in Altai Republic
    Vyacheslav Plotnikov, reporter, 41st TV Channel, Voronezh
    Anna Politkovskaya, observer, newspaper Novaya Gazeta, Moscow, shot in her apartment building's elevator;[38][39][40][41]
    [edit] 2007
    Marina Pisareva, deputy head of Russian office of German media group Bertelsmann was found dead at her country cottage outside Moscow in April [42][43]
    Konstantin Brovko, journalist of TV company "Gubernia" (Russian: "Губерния"), killed in Khabarovsk. His killer was arrested and jailed.[20]
    Ivan Safronov, Military columnist of newspaper "Kommersant". Died in Moscow on March 2 - cause of death disputed.[44][45]
    [edit] 2008
    Ilyas Shurpayev, Dagestani journalist responsible for news coverage of Northern Caucasus on Channel One, was strangled with a belt by robbers in Moscow.[46][47]
    Gaji Abashilov, chief of Dagestan outlet of VGTRK, shot in his car.
    Magomed Yevloyev, owner of Ingushetiya.ru, shot while in custody of Ingush police officers.[48][49].[50]
    Abdulla Alishayev, Dagestani journalist fatally wounded by unknown assailants.[51]
    [edit] 2009
    Stanislav Markelov, a prominent lawyer, journalist, and opponent of human rights abuses in Chechnya, who was shot and killed on a Moscow street on 19 January 2009.
    Anastasia Baburova (Novaya Gazeta).[52] She was with human rights lawyer Stanislav Markelov, who reportedly was the target of the assassin. She tried to come to Markelov's assistance, was also shot and killed in the same attack on 19 January 2009.[53]
    Natalia Estemirova[54] A human rights defender, worked in Russian "Memorial" society, who investigated murders and abductions. She was abducted in Grozny and found dead in Ingushetia.[55]
    Malik Akhmedilov,[56] sub-editor of the Avar language newspaper "Khakikat", was found shot dead near the Dagestan capital Makhachkala on Augist 11, 2009.
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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    You don't know who was arrested and then killed by a "nightclub owner" in a police garage ? His wife's name was Maria she was from Belarus ( well BSSSR - Beloruska Soviestka Socialistichna Respublica) back then.
    No, I don't know. What was his name?

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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    There various models of democracy. Virtually all are in in West. Russia is not one of them.
    So what is democracy?

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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    What media is that ? If I want to write a name of a dead reporter from Russia and/or killed in Russia I can Google it.

    Прочитані несправедливо році було оголошено плачте поки ще не ваш очах випадають

    Na Chitay !!
    1992
    Sergey Bogdanovsky, correspondent of TV "Ostankino", killed in Moscow[24]
    [edit] 1993
    Rory Peck, ARD Germany operator, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Ivan Scopan, TF-1 France operator, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Igor Belozerov, 4th Channel Ostankino, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Sergey Krasilnikov, editor of TV "Ostankino", killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Vladimir Drobyshev, "People and nature" journal, killed in Moscow on 3 October[25]
    Alexander Sidelnikov, freelance journalist from Saint Petersburg, killed in Moscow on 4 October[25]
    Alexander Smirnov, Yoshkar-Ola based Youth Courier newspaper, killed in Moscow on 4 October[25]
    Nice copy-paste. Did it ever cross your mind to check what actually happened to all those people, or you don't give a rat's backside?

    All those killed on the 3-d and 4-th of October 1993 were killed by your democratic puppet Yeltsun because people took to the streets to demand his resignation and he didn't like it. And your media still refers to him as "democratic Russian president". Happy with what passes in your world for "democracy"?

    ??? ????????. ???????? ????????? 1993 ???? ? ?????????. | ??????? ??

    Is it any wonder that to Russian speaking people the words "democrat" and "liberal" are now obscenities.

    And all those killed prior to 2000 were killed by DEMOCRATIC government; democratic according to YOUR Western media and politicians.

    Those whom you list under the year 2000 were killed by Chechen freedom fighters supported by your Western democratic governments. Their blood is on your democratic hands.

    Iskandar Khatloni had nothing to do with Russia, did you put him in your list to boost the numbers?

    The rest were killed by and because they were reporting from zones of military conflicts or reporting on criminal organisations and mafia clans. The reason Western journalists don't get killed in such numbers because all your "news" seem to revolve around sex scandals, celebrities, police reports and "source from Afghanistan/Iraq/etc. told us" which does not require your reporters to risk their lives.

    How did you tie it to "democracy" in Russia only God knows!
    Last edited by Elena; 10-15-09 at 05:21 PM.

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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by Elena View Post
    Nice copy-paste. Did it ever cross your mind to check what actually happened to all those people, or you don't give a rat's backside?

    All those killed on the 3-d and 4-th of October 1993 were killed by your democratic puppet Yeltsun because people took to the streets to demand his resignation and he didn't like it. And your media still refers to him as "democratic Russian president". Happy with what passes in your world for "democracy"?

    ??? ????????. ???????? ????????? 1993 ???? ? ?????????. | ??????? ??

    Is it any wonder that to Russian speaking people the words "democrat" and "liberal" are now obscenities.

    And all those killed prior to 2000 were killed by DEMOCRATIC government; democratic according to YOUR Western media and politicians.

    Those whom you list under the year 2000 were killed by Chechen freedom fighters supported by your Western democratic governments. Their blood is on your democratic hands.

    Iskandar Khatloni had nothing to do with Russia, did you put him in your list to boost the numbers?

    The rest were killed by and because they were reporting from zones of military conflicts or reporting on criminal organisations and mafia clans. The reason Western journalists don't get killed in such numbers because all your "news" seem to revolve around sex scandals, celebrities, police reports and "source from Afghanistan/Iraq/etc. told us" which does not require your reporters to risk their lives.

    How did you tie it to "democracy" in Russia only God knows!
    I do not care which Russian government killed these people it mattaers only that it was the Russians who killed them.

    I would not consider Yelstin to be a big democrat. A stupid drunk yes.

    So out of sevaqral mega tons of people killed on the list I posted you can challenge only one name - Iskandar Khatloni !!!

    BTW God gave up on Russia a long time ago, probably sometime around the early 16th century.
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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    BTW God gave up on Russia a long time ago, probably sometime around the early 16th century.
    :applause:

    Way to hate. Congrats.

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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by SE102 View Post
    :applause:

    Way to hate. Congrats.
    That is a good question. I have always wondered why the hate when 8 million Ukraininas were starved to death by the Russians in the 1930's. When the NKVD murdered Ukranian Catholic priests, shot Ukrainian patriots, cut oopen the stomaches of pregnant Ukrainian woman and threw the fetuces onto the barbed wire, and crushed Ukrainian Catholic nuns with tanks. Why the hate when Russian NKVD shot 10,000 officers of the Polish Army at the Katyn forrest. And I have to wonder why the hate from a personal matter when both of my Grandfathers were sent to Siberia.

    Yes indeed the eveil hatred has emminated from the cesspool of the Russian heart for centiries so why the hate, yes indeed why do they hate.
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    Re: Protests in Moscow at 'rigged' polls

    Quote Originally Posted by F107HyperSabr View Post
    That is a good question. I have always wondered why the hate when 8 million Ukraininas were starved to death by the Russians in the 1930's. When the NKVD murdered Ukranian Catholic priests, shot Ukrainian patriots, cut oopen the stomaches of pregnant Ukrainian woman and threw the fetuces onto the barbed wire, and crushed Ukrainian Catholic nuns with tanks. Why the hate when Russian NKVD shot 10,000 officers of the Polish Army at the Katyn forrest. And I have to wonder why the hate from a personal matter when both of my Grandfathers were sent to Siberia.

    Yes indeed the eveil hatred has emminated from the cesspool of the Russian heart for centiries so why the hate, yes indeed why do they hate.
    You're still doing it btw.
    ой ты!

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