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U.S. Intel Agencies Make Surprise Determination In Navalny Investigation

U.S. intelligence agencies have made an unexpected determination in an investigation into the death of Russian dissident Alexei Navalny.

According to the spy organizations, Vladimir Putin likely did not order the killing of Navalny.

This now begs the question: who ordered the death of Alexei Navalny? That is if a hit was even carried out at all.

It could be conceivable that Navalny died of natural causes and that no foul play was involved.

The deceased Russian political activist was also widely suspected of being a CIA asset, though this cannot be conclusively proven at this time. Here’s what is currently being reported:

Alexandros Marinos wrote: “This was a fantastic example of a narrative scaffold. Immediately upon Navalny’s death, everyone in western officialdom spoke with certainty that this was murder ordered by Putin.

Now, the scaffold collapses, but of course nobody will change their minds, and it will quietly be replaced by “well, he is morally responsible” or something, which may be true, but is not what was claimed and conveyed.

Those who spoke up in favor of not rushing to conclusions at the time were shamed and will not be getting their epistemic bounty any time soon. Yet another way we make each other collectively dumber every day.

Fight back by following those who speak up early and calling out the gaslighters.”

The Wall Street Journal broke the story:

The assessment doesn’t dispute Putin’s culpability for Navalny’s death, but rather finds he probably didn’t order it at that moment.

The finding is broadly accepted within the intelligence community and shared by several agencies, including the Central Intelligence Agency, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the State Department’s intelligence unit, the people said.

Clandestine echoed Marinos: “As myself and many others told you, Putin stood nothing to gain from Navalny’s death, but that didn’t stop the MSM from capitalizing on a good tragedy.

The damage is already done, and the brainwashed public have already been programmed to believe the lie. Most will not see the retraction, and the cycle continues. Perception is power.”

The Hill backed up the claims made in the Wall Street Journal article:

The Russian Federal Prison Service said he felt unwell after a walk and lost consciousness.

An ambulance was called and crews tried to rehabilitate him, but they were unsuccessful.


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