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While Britain cleans up the chemical spill associated with a poorly executed Russian nerve gas hit, and as former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder continues to collect a hefty salary on Putin's payroll for a no show job on the Russian Nord Stream gas pipeline he authorised through the Baltic while in office, the rest of western Europe might want to reconsider doing business with the evil Gas Monopoly, aka Putin's Russia. 

The following story in the Washington Post reveals a sample fate for some that opposed this gangster state.

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MOSCOW – Not everyone who has a quarrel with Russian President Vladimir Putin dies in violent or suspicious circumstances — far from it. But enough loud critics of Putin's policies have been murdered that Thursday's daylight shooting of a Russian who sought asylum in Ukraine has led to speculation of Kremlin involvement.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko called the shooting in Kiev of Denis Voronenkov, a former Russian Communist Party member who began sharply criticizing Putin after fleeing Russia in 2016, an "act of state terrorism by Russia."

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