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Rebutting Navalny, Putin denies he owns a Black Sea palace

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“Nothing of what was indicated there as my property belongs either to me or my close relatives,” Putin said.

The comments neither deny the existence of the property itself nor contradict Navalny’s investigation, which alleged that the residence formally belongs to four proxies with ties to Putin’s inner circle.

Navalny shares film of Putin’s secret ‘palace’. Source: TwitterCredit:Twitter

Navalny created the Putin’s Palace video while recovering from nerve-agent poisoning in Germany last year, but it was not released until after he returned to Russia last week. He was arrested immediately upon arrival for allegedly violating the terms of his suspended sentence in a 2014 embezzlement case. He was then sentenced to 30 days at…



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