In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 05th, October, 2020

Feminine Journalist Units Herself Ablaze to Protest Police Brutality (Photographs)

Female Journalist Sets Herself Ablaze to Protest Police Brutality (Photos)

Irina Slavina

Irina Slavina


A Russian journalist has died by setting fireplace on herself in protest the day after her flat was searched by police.


Irina Slavina, 47, posted: ‘I ask you in charge the Russian Federation for my loss of life.’


A deeply distressing video exhibits her setting herself on fireplace and a person desperately attempting to place the flames out.


Slavina was editor-in-chief of Koza Press, in Nizhny Novgorod, a information company that had run tales which had aggravated the authorities.


The married mother-of-one had been repeatedly fined after earlier disputes with officers.


She set herself on fireplace outdoors the headquarters of the Inside Ministry in Nizhny Novgorod close to a statue for Russian policemen.


The journalist ignited the flames close to a statue to Russian policemen.


Slavina is believed to have been questioned in relation to a police probe into Open Russia, a pro-democracy organisation based by London-exiled critic of Vladimir Putin, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, previously Russia’s wealthiest man.


In June she was accused of spreading faux information and he or she posted: ‘For now, I simply need to die…. the psychological ache from injustice is so sturdy that it’s already arduous bodily.’


The ultimate straw was a search of her house on Thursday.


She posted: ‘They took what they discovered – all of the flash drives, my laptop computer, my daughter’s laptop computer, pc, telephones – not solely mine, but additionally my husband’s, a bunch of notebooks on which I scribbled throughout press conferences.


‘I used to be left with out the technique of manufacturing.’


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Slavina mentioned that her husband had been the one which opened their entrance door to the police.


‘I used to be n3ked,’ she mentioned. ‘I needed to dress below the appears to be like of an unknown girl.


‘They had been looking out the flat.


‘They did not permit me to name the lawyer. They had been trying to find brochures, leaflets, accounts of Open Russia.’


Opposition politician Ilya Yushin accused the authorities of ‘breaking folks psychologically’, saying the present state of affairs in Russia was a ‘nightmare

‘Over the previous years safety officers have subjected her to limitless persecution due to her opposition (actions),’ mentioned Dmitry Gudkov, one other opposition determine.

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