The Russian doctor Alexander Murakhovsky is missing. Russian doctor Alexander Murakhovsky is missing. He was treated last year after the Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny fell ill. Before him, two other doctors who were treating him died suddenly.
Police in the Siberian Omsk Region, 2200 kilometers east of Moscow, announced that Murakhovsky, who was on a hunting trip, left the hunting base in an off-road vehicle on Friday and has not been seen since. Search and rescue work includes emergency services, drones, helicopters, and volunteers on site.
Murakhovsky is the chief physician of the emergency hospital in Omsk in Siberia. The main opposition figure, anti-corruption activist, and President Putin’s critic Navalny received treatment there. Murakhovsky was subsequently appointed as the district health minister.
Three months ago, on February 4, his deputy died suddenly in the hospital involved. The hospital subsequently announced that the deputy chief physician Sergei Maksimishin had died of a heart attack at the age of 55.
Mars Maksimišin is the director of the anesthesiology and resuscitation department of the hospital-as we all know, this is a department that is vital to the treatment of Navani poisoning.
About a month later in Maksimišin, another doctor at the hospital died. The US portal wrote that Rustam Agishev, the head of the Department of Trauma and Orthopedics, died in March after he suffered a stroke in December 2020. Radio Liberty/Radio Europe.
Leonid Volkov, head of Navalny’s cabinet, subsequently confirmed that Maksimishin was in charge of treating opposition leaders.
“Sergei Maksimishin (Sergei Maksimishin) is the head of the department where Alexei Navalny received treatment and is responsible for his treatment, especially monitoring his medical coma. He is better than others. Anyone knows Alexei’s condition better, so I can’t rule out the possibility that this is a criminal offense. CNN.
Navalny’s assistant added: “On the other hand, Russia’s medical system is very bad, and it’s not uncommon for an elderly doctor to die suddenly. I doubt whether an investigation into his death will be conducted.”
Bill Browder, a well-known critic of the Putin regime, commented: “This is unbelievable. After the deaths of two doctors who treated and rescued Navani in a hospital in Omsk, one third of the hunters are now Disappeared.” Browder is the so-called main initiator of the Magnitsky Law, under which the United States imposed personal sanctions on Russia and other regime members who participated in serious human rights violations (such as imprisonment), and also conducted liquidation and attempted dissidents The liquidation of the opposition.
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What is even more surprising is that after Murakhovsky’s disappearance, there were reports that the doctor was still alive, but the Ministry of the Interior quickly denied the news.
Olga Lautman, an activist in Russia and Ukraine, said on Twitter: “It’s as if they want him to continue to disappear.”
Recall that Navalny moved from Omsk to Germany for treatment in August after intense negotiations with the opposing authorities. In other words, the Kremlin initially strongly opposed the transfer of Navani to Germany for treatment, but it eventually eased.
Similarly, according to the US portal Liberty Radio/European Radio, this is very convincing. The doctors at the Omsk Hospital first publicly admitted that Navalny was poisoned, and then denied themselves.