Russia Names Ukrainian National As Prime Suspect in Car Bombing Assassination of Darya DuginaChris Menahan
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Russia's Federal Security Service (FSB) on Monday identified Ukrainian national Natalya Vovk as the "prime suspect" in Saturday's car bombing assassination of Russian philosopher Alexander Dugin's daughter Darya Dugina.
From RT, "Russia releases video of suspected Moscow car bomber":
Russia’s Federal Security Service (FSB) has made public a video of Ukrainian national Natalya Vovk, identified as the prime suspected in Saturday’s car bombing that killed journalist Darya Dugina in Moscow. The footage published Monday shows Vovk and her teenage daughter entering Russia, inside the building where Dugina lived, and leaving the country in haste.
Photos of the different license plates were included as part of the video presentation.
Dugina, 30, was killed on Saturday evening after attending a conservative family festival near Moscow with her father, philosopher Aleksandr Dugin. Vovk allegedly planted an improvised explosive device under the Toyota SUV that belonged to Dugin, who may have been her intended target.TASS reported that a law enforcement source said Vovk may have used her daughter to plant the bomb in Dugina's car.
"Vovk could have used her daughter to disguise the crime. One theory is that she could have planted an explosive device in Dugina's car with the help of the child," the source told TASS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the "vile, cruel" assassination and expressed his "sincere condolences" to her family in a statement on Monday.
"A vile, cruel crime ended the life of Daria Dugina — a bright, talented person with a real Russian heart — kind, loving, sympathetic and open," Putin said. "A journalist, scientist, philosopher, war correspondent, she faithfully served the people, the Fatherland, she proved by deed what it means to be a patriot of Russia."
Alexander Dugin also released a statement condemning the "brutal murder" of his daughter as a Ukrainian "terrorist attack."
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