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Russian Woman Sentenced to 27 Years for Role in Killing Pro-Kremlin Blogger

Daria Trepova has been sentenced to 27 years in prison by the Russian Court for her involvement in the murder of outspoken pro-Kremlin blogger Vladlen Tatarsky. Tatarsky, a prominent ultranationalist military blogger known for his fervent pro-war stance and occasional critique of Moscow’s battlefield failures, lost his life in an explosion at a St. Petersburg cafe during an event in April 2023.

The prosecution alleges that Trepova handed over the explosive device concealed within a statue, leading to Tatarsky’s tragic death. Trepova’s arrest followed shortly after the incident, with state media Tass reporting on the suspicion surrounding her.

However, Trepova’s husband, Dmitry Rylov, contests the accusations, claiming that she was framed. The complexity of the case raises questions about the true circumstances surrounding Tatarsky’s death and Trepova’s alleged role in the explosive incident.

Vladlen Tatarsky, also known by his real name, Maxim Fomin, had risen to prominence as a proponent of the war in Ukraine. His Telegram channel, established in 2019 and named after the protagonist in Victor Pelevin’s novel “Generation ‘P,'” gained popularity for its analysis and commentary, often advocating for a more robust approach towards Ukraine. Tatarsky, who had previously fought with Russian forces in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, in 2014, met a tragic end in the 2023 blast, leaving a void in the realm of Russian military blogging.


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