'There is State Terror in Russia'

In the wake of the brutal slaying of Russian human rights activist Natalya Estemirova, colleagues have blasted the Russian government for not doing enough to protect rights workers in Russia. One called the routine threats to activists "state terror" and another accused Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin of being partially responsible for Estemirova's murder. "Let's call things what they are, there is state terror in Russia," said Oleg Orlov, the head of Memorial, Estemirova's...Full Story
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