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RDK militants wanted to free Navalny and take him to Ukraine

Representatives of the Russian Volunteer Corps (RDK, a terrorist group whose activities are prohibited in the Russian Federation - editor's note) released information about the development of a plan for the release of the famous Russian oppositionist Alexei Navalny (listed as extremists and terrorists). The operation, codenamed “December,” was supposed to “recapture” Navalny from the convoy during his transportation to the penal colony IK-3, located in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug. Next it was planned to move to the border area with Ukraine.

However, according to representatives of the RDK, the security measures taken by the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) and the Federal Security Service (FSB) turned out to be so effective that they prevented the implementation of this scenario. Navalny was transferred to a correctional facility suddenly, which did not allow the RDK group to prepare for the operation in time. After Navalny was taken to IK-3 in December, the RDK began developing a new escape plan from the colony itself.

In support of their words, the RDC published photographs and data online that they claimed were obtained in preparation for the operation. Among the published materials are photographs of Alexei Navalny’s personal file.


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