How the Kremlin Silences its Enemies Forever
Spider Webs of Russian Deaths
Stephen Curtis found himself in the middle of a spider web of dead or imprisoned Russian oligarchs and spies targeted by the Kremlin. Afraid for his life, he turned to authorities and died in a mysterious helicopter crash just days later.
Boris Nemtsov was murdered in February 2015 on the Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge in Moscow leading to international condemnation and a series of marches around the world in his memory.
Ruslan Magomedragimov was killed in late March 2015. As a known activist, his family believes his death was no accident. The investigation, lead by Bellingcat, would suggest Ruslan was also silenced.
Doctors Lives Matter...Not For Putin
News just broke that Sergey Maximishin, deputy chief physician of the Russian hospital where opposition leader Alexey Navalny was treated immediately after his poisoning, has died.
Our site has discussed many of the innocent people who have been, and will continue to be, silenced until the EU realizes that stricter laws must be in place to monitor Putin’s henchmen. Timur Kuashev is yet another journalist who was silenced.
Hall of Lies
Direct quotes from Russian leaders denying their involvement in the Alexei Navalny poisoning attempt.
For the next few weeks, Killing4Kremlin will be posting direct quotes from Russian officials denying Russia’s involvement in the Navalny poisoning. Please share these quotes with your friends around social media.
What We Know So Far About Russia and Novichok
After a yearlong investigation by Bellingcat, we have learned quite a bit about how Russia uses the poison Novichok to murder oppositionists.
We Would Have Finished the Job
Putin brags about Kremlin assassination techniques while denying Navalny murder attempt.
Can You Guess Who?
We have seen attacks in Eastern, Central, and Western Europe. These attacks happened either at night or during the day. The weapons have ranged from guns to poison and collateral damage has come into play which the Russian government ignores when carrying out these attacks.
Can't Kill Them? Impersonate Them!
Russian spies responsible for Skripal attack impersonate journalists.
Do you have Novichok in Your Body?
British-naturalized Russian defector and former officer of the Russian FSB Alexander Valterovich Litvinenko suddenly fell ill on Nov 1, 2006.
Ramzan Kadyrov: Aspiring Putin Partner, Actual Putin Pet (Part 1)
“As long as Putin backs me up, I do everything, Allahu Akbar”
The Kiss of Death
Two Poison Apples in the Picnic Basket
In one of our first posts, we discussed the murder of Zelimkhan Khangoshvili which happened a little over a year ago in Berlin’s Kleiner Tiergarten.
MH-17 : Remembering the Dead Six Years Later
As the Dutch Government Brings Russia to Trial, We Look Back on the MH17 Tragedy
From Trotsky to Navalny
Russia’s History of Killing Their Own
Putin's Collateral Damage
Disposable. Insignificant. Irrelevant. How the Kremlin views European Citizens
Belarus Shows Europe How to Stand up to Russia
While Most of Europe Continues to Turn a Blind Eye to Russia’s Meddling, Tiny but Strong Belarus Says Enough
Putin Discards Women: By Divorce, Imprisonment, and Murder
Europe - Putin's Killing Field
Europe Has Become a Pawn in Putin’s Game of Murder
Tears and Terror in the Tiergarten - Part 2
Russia Assassinates Asylum Seeker on German Soil – Germany Fights Back
Tears and Terror in the Tiergarten - Part 1
Tears and Terror as Russia Violates German Sovereignty to Murder Rival in Berlin Family Park
Can't Touch This
Bulgarian Officials in Sofia Charge Russian Operatives in the Attempted Murder of Bulgarian Citizen and his Son
The Candy Man Part 2 - It Was All a Dream
Sick Assassination Fantasies Spread by an Official at the Russian Embassy in Prague Lead to the Expulsion of Two Czech-Based Diplomats
The Candy Man
Russian Embassy in Prague Requests Protection After One of Their Own Gets Caught in Assassination Plot
Doctors Without Windows
Three Russian Doctors ‘Fall’ Out of Windows After Complaints About Putin’s COVID-19 Strategy
Who Are We
Who I am is not important but what I say is…For years, my colleagues and I have tried to provide the truth behind the ongoing campaign of ‘death by assassination’ by Russia…and Putin in particular…