He Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia has declared a search and capture of Daria Trepova, suspected of murdering the military blogger Vladlen Tatarsky in a cafeteria in St. Petersburgan attack that left another 32 injured yesterday, according to official sources.
Information about the search for Trepova, 26, appeared on Monday in the Interior database.
Previously, several sources reported the alleged arrest of Trepova, a native of St. Petersburg.
However, it was later found out that the detainees were relatives of the womanwho are giving statements to the investigative bodies.
Russian media claimed that Trepova had previously been involved in unauthorized actions against the Russian military invasion in Ukraine.
It is suspected that the woman, born in 1997, was the one who brought a box with a bust of Tatarsky to the cafeteria that contained at least 200 grams of TNT (trinitrotoluene), according to interface.
Shortly after handing over the figure to the military blogger, the explosion occurred in the Street Food Bar No.1 in the center of Saint Petersburg, whose owner is the restaurant entrepreneur and head of the Wagner mercenary group, Yevgueni Prigozhin, as he himself acknowledged last night on Telegram.
The head of the Wagner Group gave up the cafeteria on weekends to the Cyber Front Z to hold his nationalist events there on the Russian military campaign in Ukraine, as was the case on Sunday when the star speaker was Tatarski, whose real name is Maxim Fomin.
This group is a troll factory which is being used to promote Russian propaganda on social media, according to the Institute for Strategic Study (ISD).
According to the independent media jellyfishTatarsky is a blogger and one of the most famous military correspondents, who gained recognition during the Russian military campaign in Ukraine.
He was born in the Donetsk region of Ukraine. and fought in 2014 in the self-proclaimed people’s republic. He had more than 560,000 subscribers to his Telegram channel.
Tatarski reported from the front lines in Ukraine and gained notoriety after posting a video recorded inside the Kremlin last September on the occasion of Russia’s annexation of four Ukrainian regions.
In it he said: “We will beat everyone, we will kill everyone, we will rob everyone as necessary. Just the way we like it.”
The attack against the pro-Russian military blogger is reminiscent of the one who killed in August Daria Dugindaughter of the leader of the Neo-Eurasianist Movement, Alexandr Dugin, considered close to the Kremlin.
the russian journalist died when a bomb exploded in the underbody of his vehicle when he was driving on a road on the outskirts of Moscow.
The Russian authorities accused the Ukrainian secret services of being behind the attack, a point that the kyiv government flatly denied.
Dugin himself wrote on his social network VKontakte, the Russian Facebook, that “(…) they kill those who are truly on the side of God, of the Spirit, of Russia. They know what is most valuable to us and come to destroy it on the spot.
While Duguin did not indicate who he was referring to, the Foreign Affairs spokesperson, Maria Zajárova, pointed directly to Ukraine as responsible for the attack.
“Russian journalists are constantly experiencing threats of reprisals from the kyiv regime and its inspirers, which are being increasingly implemented,” he wrote.
Adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine Mykhailo Podolyak tweeted that “spiders eat each other,” and attributed the explosion to “internal terrorism as an instrument of political struggle” in Russia.
(With information from EFE)
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