James Bond Girl. Took to let go?

Beautiful woman, mother of four children ...


In Iran, detained Russian journalist Julia Yuzik. According to available information, Iran’s intelligence agencies are charged with working for Israeli intelligence. Now (at the time of writing), the journalist is in custody. On Saturday, a court session should be held, where a preventive measure for Yuzik will be determined. In the future, if convicted, the Russian journalist faces up to ten years in prison.




This event is not ordinary in itself, but in this case there are some additional circumstances that have to be taken into account. Oddly enough, these circumstances relate to domestic political, purely Russian “troubles,” but from this they do not become less significant. More precisely, taking into account all circumstances, they become even at the forefront in any of our attempts to understand the situation a little.

First of all, let's find out a little what is Julia Yuzik. Believe me, this in itself is interesting and deserves separate consideration ...

Julia Viktorovna Yuzik was born in the city of Donetsk, Rostov Region (not to be confused with Ukrainian Donetsk). However, its relationship with Ukraine is very strong: according to publicly available information, grandfather Yuzik was a Bandera man, actively participated in combat and sabotage operations against the Soviet Army in the Great Patriotic War. After the Ukrainian events of 2014, Julia herself openly expressed her sympathy to the leader of Ukrainian nationalists, Dmitry Yarosh. According to her, she likes him “humanly and feminine”.

More recently, Julia Yuzik worked in Iran. She worked not for the Russian, but for the local edition: yes, despite all the rumors about Iran’s absolute closeness, this is also possible. She did not stay in Tehran for long, but apparently, she managed to leave a deep mark there ...

In addition to journalistic activities, Yuzik is known for her literary experiments. In 2003, the world saw her book, “Brides of Allah,” dedicated to Chechen suicide bombers. A little later, her other book, Beslan Dictionary, was published, dedicated, as you might guess, to the events in Beslan. Books are anti-Russian and anti-state, written, according to critics, with a clear sympathy for terrorists.

In 2016, she ran for the State Duma and was supported by the Open Russia Foundation by Mikhail Khodorkovsky. She advanced from the constituency in Dagestan, which may also not be entirely random: she clearly deserved the sympathy of a certain part of the local population with her books.

Everywhere you go, everywhere a wedge


And now this journalist ended up in the Iranian cell, where she was interrogated by investigators of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps. And many, I am sure, will say that there is the place for her. But…

To begin with, our average consumer of information is not very inclined to delve into the details. Especially when it comes to the detention of a Russian citizen by a foreign state. And this is an excellent lever for manipulation: I’m sure that in the case of a not very quick reaction from our Foreign Ministry, it is the liberal media that will start playing the “Putin does not want to protect ours!” Card with a predictable result: hundreds of thousands of naive patriots will come out with hatred on the Internet, cursing the “pro-American regime ", Not wanting to stand up for our (!!!) journalist.

In a situation where the government does not have time to recover from slaps flying from all sides, including some representatives of this very government, the Kremlin simply cannot ignore such a threat. But then another blow awaits him: accusations that Putin pulled out the journalist of Khodorkovsky, who was clearly anti-state, and others, real patriots ... And then, of course, they will remember by name everyone who is now in American prisons.

Of course, this is also an occasion to drive a wedge into Russian-Iranian relations. Now, say the patriots, look, Putin, what friends you have! We give them missiles, we give them air defense systems and political support, and they sent a beautiful Russian woman to prison! For which, of course, Mossad will thank them very much.

That is, this event in itself does not belong to particularly important events, but you can beat it in a very unfavorable way for the Kremlin and Russia as such. And beat, you can not even doubt it ...

As for the factual side of the matter, so far very little is known about this. However, it is of great interest that, according to the daughter of the arrested journalist, she was ready for such a development. Moreover, she left certain instructions on this subject.

Is love alone to blame?


Perhaps someone will call this the usual forethought, but it is unlikely that we can agree with such an assessment. Given the existing relations between Russia and Iran, despite the fact that Iran is extremely interested in good and serene relations with Moscow, it is clearly not inclined to carry out any provocations against Russian citizens, and especially journalists. Consequently, one can expect an arrest in Iran only if, as they say, a stigma in a cannon. Moreover, if you clearly understand why they can arrest you.

And this suggests that we were not even talking about some kind of “use in vain”, which, to be fair, is a very common technique for intelligence. No, if Julia rendered some “friendly services” to inconspicuous guys from Tel Aviv, then she at least guessed that you could get a deadline for that ...

The Komsomolskaya Pravda publication, where Yuzik worked for quite some time, puts forward a “romantic” version of what happened. Allegedly, during her work in Tehran, Julia began an affair with a certain high-ranking Iranian official. This in itself is not a crime, but the IRG allegedly decided to play it safe just in case.

A good version, but Yuzik’s readiness for arrest in Tehran seems to hint that she is also extremely doubtful. The IRGC, of ​​course, has a very bad reputation among our liberals, but so much so? .. Is the arrest of a Russian woman only because she is sleeping with someone?

But, judging by the latest information that has appeared, Russian diplomats have already practically settled this issue. Probably, the journalist will be released on Saturday, just following the results of the court hearing. And this is probably the best thing that could happen in this situation.

Although the sediment, of course, remains. These Iranians are bad friends, oh and bad ...

If they were good, they would hide the sympathetic woman Dudaev, Basaev and Yarosh for ten years. And we won’t succumb to any of our persuasions ...
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  1. APIS 5 October 2019 04: 34 New
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    Burn the witch
    Without sweat
    1. RusKosTen 5 October 2019 05: 06 New
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      They said just to blurt out?
      The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport, regardless of his political views, because this is the first path to civil war and the collapse of society. It’s better to pull out and kick yourself, like fuck fucked up there than another state will do. Otherwise, this is a precedent, and a Russian passport by status will not be better than any Zimbabwe.
      1. APIS 5 October 2019 05: 14 New
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        It is necessary to read the article first, and then speak.
        She went there for a scandal!
        Let now sit and think, the embassy should not rush.
        1. Boris55 5 October 2019 07: 33 New
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          Quote: APIS
          She went there for a scandal!

          That's right. More recently, Russia, Iran and Turkey held quite successful negotiations on Syria. It’s necessary to somehow ruin our relations with Iran, it will not work with Turkey. In general, our fifth column will do everything to please the USA - they will suddenly notice and allow licking the owner’s boot.
        2. dauria 5 October 2019 09: 11 New
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          Let now sit and think, the embassy should not rush.


          Well, sitting is her plan. More precisely, those who pay for this circus. Surely they were preparing, calculating the steps of the authorities and their own. Our most likely gave the Iranians a complete “alignment”. Apparently, letting go is the most profitable option.
      2. Observer2014 5 October 2019 07: 47 New
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        100% agree.
        The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport, regardless of his political views, because this is the first path to civil war and the collapse of society. It’s better to pull out and kick yourself, like fuck fucked up there than another state will do. Otherwise, this is a precedent, and a Russian passport by status will not be better than any Zimbabwe.
        I support every word.
        1. Boris55 5 October 2019 08: 02 New
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          Quote: Observer2014
          100% agree.
          The Russian government must defend ANYTHING ....
          I support every word.

          There is a good Russian proverb: “Hope in God, but don’t be ill,” and, as our leader said: “If a person wants to drown, it is impossible to save him.” First you don’t need to substitute the country, then the country will not forget you.
        2. asv363 5 October 2019 08: 07 New
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          The same Khodorkovsky is a citizen of Russia. At the same time, he tried to sue Russia for about $ 50 billion for his "dishonestly confiscated assets." If he is detained or arrested somewhere, should our Foreign Ministry stand up for Khodorkovsky’s defense?
          1. zadorin1974 6 October 2019 09: 29 New
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            Of course, Sergei !!! Mead must stand behind Hodor, achieve release and immediately go to Russia !! He is waiting for him a few more terms at home.
      3. DEDPIHTO 5 October 2019 07: 49 New
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        Quote: RusKosTen
        They said just to blurt out?
        The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport, regardless of his political views, because this is the first path to civil war and the collapse of society. It’s better to pull out and kick yourself, like fuck fucked up there than another state will do. Otherwise, this is a precedent, and a Russian passport by status will not be better than any Zimbabwe.

        Yes, you need to pull it out in any way, only from here one question arises that concerns the non-political views of a Russian citizen with Jewish roots (let's say that she was Jewish and helped Mossad) - how to assess the cooperation of Russian Jews with their historical homeland? What then to do with her for cooperation with foreign intelligence, after rescue? Campaign here is also a problem, given the attitude of the upper classes towards Israel. winked
        1. AAK
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          And Jewish roots - is the grandfather of Bandera?
          1. Doliva63 5 October 2019 19: 25 New
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            Quote: AAK
            And Jewish roots - is the grandfather of Bandera?

            laughing laughing laughing
          2. DEDPIHTO 6 October 2019 03: 25 New
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            And Jewish roots - is the grandfather of Bandera?
            Jews have a maternal account, and who said her mother did not say anything in the article. And then, I do not affirm it, but I admit ... you understand the difference?
          3. Alexey RA 7 October 2019 13: 36 New
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            Quote: AAK
            And Jewish roots - is the grandfather of Bandera?

            Today Jew и Bandera quite combine. smile
          4. Xnumx vis 7 October 2019 15: 53 New
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            This is Jewish mother!
            Quote: AAK
            And Jewish roots - is the grandfather of Bandera?
          5. Alex Fox 8 October 2019 14: 47 New
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            Among the shooting people in the Babi Yar, there were Ukrainian collaborators, many were of Jewish origin ....
        2. Mikhail3 7 October 2019 11: 17 New
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          If she worked for the Jews, then the Jew herself? Hehe ... If you collaborated with someone else’s intelligence, then the question is - are there any facts of work against Russia? If not, you need to let go. Under the hood, of course)
          1. ccsr 7 October 2019 18: 34 New
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            Quote: Mikhail3
            If you collaborated with someone else’s intelligence, then the question is - are there any facts of work against Russia? If not, you need to let go.

            And the version that this revenge for our downed IL-20M from our side did not occur to you? They piled up material on her, even if she didn’t work against us, shared it illegally with the interested party, and killed several birds with one stone at once - the Iranians are happy, the Israelis grind their teeth, our media shut up, and it will not be nice for others to act on the side of terrorists the next time . So it turned out a good mnogogodovka - at least I would like to believe in it, as well as in the fact that the death of our crew in Syria is not forgotten.
            1. Mikhail3 8 October 2019 10: 48 New
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              Revenge? In the form of detention of our citizen? Are the Israelis "gnashing their teeth" from the fact that someone has captured our traitor, who is used as another treacherous grinder? Did the media shut up? Hehe ...
              1. ccsr 8 October 2019 11: 43 New
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                Quote: Mikhail3
                Revenge? In the form of detention of our citizen?

                We have hundreds of Russian citizens whom our justice wants to be detained abroad, starting with Khodorkovsky, so this argument does not roll. Yes, and a citizen of another state, she may not be known whose interests she defends.
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                The Israelis "grit their teeth" because someone captured our traitor,

                She could be their agent, so there is nothing surprising in etm.
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                Did the media shut up? Hehe ...

                Of course, otherwise they would have raised a howl, why Putin does not personally release the "journalist".
      4. Svarog 5 October 2019 08: 35 New
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        The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport

        I agree that the Russian government should protect any person if he is a citizen of Russia .. And then the Israeli or whose spy she is there to understand ... Otherwise, it looks like an excuse for powerlessness ..
        In a situation where the government does not have time to recover from slaps flying from all sides, including some representatives of this very government, the Kremlin simply cannot ignore such a threat.

        This fragment excited me .. On which sides of the slap are they flying? Did the government itself organize them?
      5. Bigbraza 5 October 2019 10: 31 New
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        Quote: RusKosTen
        The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport

        A good example of manipulation, precisely such manipulators should be feared. The Russian government must protect any citizen of Russia until it is proved that he is not a criminal and has not committed unlawful acts against the host country. Otherwise, we will fit in and for agents of third countries, as in this case, and for child molesters, and for some maniac. Nonsense about the civil war and Zimbabwe, you dragged in vain: smart people already realized that you are a manipulator, and the CAPITAL LETTERS were enough for the stupid ones.
        1. RusKosTen 5 October 2019 11: 20 New
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          Dear, what nonsense have you said, and even with overt blame?
          Quote: BigBraza
          Quote: RusKosTen
          The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport

          The Russian government must protect any citizen of Russia until it is proved that he is not a criminal and has not committed unlawful acts against the host country ..

          Firstly, we have extradition treaties with many countries, i.e. if a person has committed a crime, he can serve his term not in the country of crime, but in his homeland.
          Secondly, where is the court’s decision that the given citizen committed unlawful acts? or can you now hang the stigma “Liberal” and “Khodorkovsky” on anyone, and because of the negative loop of these words spoken in his direction, is this person doomed? In my opinion you are engaged in manipulations.

          I think so, the state is a big family, where everyone has their own responsibilities. In the family, as they say, not without dibil, but this is your dibil, for which you are responsible. If you know that your child is a little foolish and constantly crawls where it is not necessary, you are like a father, what, will you leave him to the mercy of fate, for dismantling by others? Or first pull out of trouble and then you will punish him and judge? If there is no such attitude, then the penny for this state / family is worthless.
          1. bayard 5 October 2019 17: 27 New
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            Quote: RusKosTen
            RusKosTen (Konstantin)

            manipulator.
            A trial is due on Saturday.
            If he proves / condemns as a spy of Israel-let him sit in the country against which he led an activity. In this case, the Russian side should confine itself to providing a lawyer (not a state one - a lot of honor, but hired by relatives) and maybe they will close him under the same article.
            The criminal must sit!
            And the Russian side should have taken this case UNDERSTANDING.
            1. TokarevT 5 October 2019 19: 42 New
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              Let Israel provide a lawyer with Hodor.
          2. Mikhail3 7 October 2019 11: 22 New
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            the state is a big family

            Alas, no, at least not ours now, this is not the USSR for you. The state provides a certain volume of service functions, citizens endure it in response, that's all. We and the state no longer have common goals, no common home, no common life. So it, this is the state itself, every minute proves to us.
            Adherence to democracy and liberal values, this is, first of all, “each for himself”. The state is for itself, we are for ourselves .... Leave this illusion of the family, its overcoming and dumping in the trash, one of our most important "achievements" of the last 25 years.
        2. Svarog 5 October 2019 11: 36 New
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          The Russian government must protect any citizen of Russia until it is proved that he is not a criminal and has not committed unlawful acts against the host country.

          That is, if, say the United States, they proved that Booth is guilty of American justice, do you think that you need to forget about him and rely on the US judicial system? In my opinion, the state is obliged to protect any of its citizens, and if he is guilty, then judge on the territory of Russia. Otherwise, no one will reckon with such a state. What actually happens now, when our citizens are stolen and arrested around the world, and our leadership expresses concern. The state is called upon to protect its citizens; otherwise it turns out that there is no need for such a state. A citizen in modern Russia, like a sheep, from which only wool is sheared ... there is no protection anywhere, not in the social sphere, not in the judiciary, now in the international ..
          If you accept your point of view, it turns out that the state must determine whether a given citizen is pleasing or not .. if he is not pleasing, then it is not worth protecting .. And the sovereign employees who determine this are also people. And to determine the fate of a person can be based on their own understanding of the situation, which may be incorrect or biased.
          smart people already understood that you are a manipulator, and stupid and had CAPITAL LETTERS.

          You obviously consider yourself smart. .. I think that you have high self-esteem. And your understanding of the role of the state in the fate of a citizen is not true.
          1. Leshy1975 5 October 2019 11: 55 New
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            Quote: Svarog
            Quote: BigBraza
            The Russian government must protect any citizen of Russia until it is proved that he is not a criminal and has not committed unlawful acts against the host country.

            That is, if, say the United States, they proved that Booth is guilty of American justice, do you think that you need to forget about him and rely on the US judicial system? In my opinion, the state is obliged to protect any of its citizens, and if he is guilty, then judge on the territory of Russia. Otherwise, no one will reckon with such a state. What actually happens now, when our citizens are stolen and arrested around the world, and our leadership expresses concern. The state is called upon to protect its citizens; otherwise it turns out that there is no need for such a state. A citizen in modern Russia, like a sheep, from which only wool is sheared ... there is no protection anywhere, not in the social sphere, not in the judiciary, now in the international ..
            If you accept your point of view, it turns out that the state must determine whether a given citizen is pleasing or not .. if he is not pleasing, then it is not worth protecting .. And the sovereign employees who determine this are also people. And to determine the fate of a person can be based on their own understanding of the situation, which may be incorrect or biased.
            smart people already understood that you are a manipulator, and stupid and had CAPITAL LETTERS.

            You obviously consider yourself smart. .. I think that you have high self-esteem. And your understanding of the role of the state in the fate of a citizen is not true.

            I support you and RusKosTen (Konstantin), FULLY. Justice, justice, the rights of citizens of a country cannot be selective and applied according to the principle - I like this one, but this one not, well, it’s deed to him (and not according to the law, since nothing has been proved anywhere else).
            And citizens who have already managed to condemn everyone and everything, do not run ahead of the engine. And then some may succeed, as with Ukraine. At first they scammed: hatskrayniki, etc., in general, they poured all sorts of rubbish and here on the site many, let alone on TV, what was going on on the talk show ?! And now the wind of mutual relations has changed a bit and what we hear: Putin said that the editorial policy is independent, but to expose Ukraine in a bad light is wrong. According to him, we can talk about the policy of senior management, but not about the country and its inhabitants.
            And then there’s the reaction of some non-worthy ones: TV presenter Irina Skabeeva in her Telegram channel answered the call of Russian President Vladimir Putin not to put Ukraine in a bad light in the Russian media. According to the Russian journalist, no one does this on purpose.

            Those. need to understand, of course, by chance it happened? I do not doubt that these non-living ones will change their ways and continue to fluctuate in accordance with the "party line". They are trained, they know how.

            But I turn to ordinary citizens: do not become like, do not become on a par with people like Skabeeva and Co. Have self-esteem and respect for others, do not be weathervanes, depending on the polit. the need. hi
          2. bayard 6 October 2019 02: 07 New
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            Well, you V. Buta do not equal the Israeli spy. He is still a career intelligence officer, a graduate of the KGB Higher School in 1988, and not even a member of the active service, he is a citizen of Russia and a patriot of his homeland. Therefore, care and protection from the state is obligatory for him.
            And this "Mata Hari" conducted subversive work in Russia and spied on the Mossad in Iran. Therefore, if guilt is proved, let him sit where he sinned. And it will be another edification. In this case, the Russian State should show understanding to the law enforcement agencies of Iran - our ally for the settlement of the conflict in Syria and a profitable trading partner.
            1. RusKosTen 6 October 2019 06: 53 New
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              Quote: bayard
              Well, you V. Buta do not equal the Israeli spy. He is still a career intelligence officer, a graduate of the KGB Higher School in 1988, and not even a member of the active service, he is a citizen of Russia and a patriot of his homeland. Therefore, care and protection from the state is obligatory for him.
              And this "Mata Hari" conducted subversive work in Russia and spied on the Mossad in Iran. Therefore, if guilt is proved, let him sit where he sinned. And it will be another edification. In this case, the Russian State should show understanding to the law enforcement agencies of Iran - our ally for the settlement of the conflict in Syria and a profitable trading partner.

              Who called him a patriot? Do you know his political position? Or has anyone just accused him of having links with Khodorkovsky so far?
              Your position is two-faced. An American court found him guilty of transporting / selling weapons, and he was imprisoned, and you are against. Then an Iranian court finds our citizen guilty (most likely), and let's say they put him in prison, but you’ll pour shit “Patamuchta Khodorkovsky” on her and let her sit. Those. you single-handedly decided, from your own criteria (I even know which ones, the USA is currently our geological opponent, and Iran is not) that one is worthy of the protection of the Russian state, and the other is not. It is unacceptable. Only a Russian court should decide the fate of Russian citizens and they should sit in our country if their guilt is proven.
              1. bayard 6 October 2019 11: 11 New
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                Who called him a patriot?

                I called him a patriot. Because, despite the arrest and very serious pressure, he did not make a deal with the American investigation and did not pour dirt on his homeland. As he pleaded not guilty to the charges. All the evidence of his guilt came down to the statements of two American agents to whom he allegedly said something, moreover, not on record, but whispered in his ear. Highly Likely. And still behaves in an American prison very dignified.
                Quote: RusKosTen
                Do you know his political position?

                Of course . And he does not hide it.
                Quote: RusKosTen
                Or has anyone just accused him of having links with Khodorkovsky so far?

                Rather, it is you who can be suspected. And not without reason.
                Quote: RusKosTen
                An American court found him guilty of transporting / selling weapons, and he was imprisoned, and you are against.

                Of course it’s against, because the judge was guided not by the case materials, but by the feature film. She herself admitted this and in a normal state she would have been imprisoned for this a long time ago.
                On the audio recording of Victor’s conversations with am. he only showed willingness to sell his old planes to them by agents. The investigation had nothing more from the evidence base. Only an oral statement by agents, not confirmed by anything - words against words, no more. So I tend to believe my compatriot and patriot (in the real sense of the word).
                And if the American themis condemned him, let him be extradited to his homeland and he would spend his American term in Russia.
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                Then an Iranian court finds our citizen guilty (most likely), and let's say they’ll put

                You see, you yourself think that the Iranian court will prove her guilt. Proves and puts.
                Right ?
                So here.
                When her guilt will be proved (or not and she will be acquitted), then the question can be raised that the convicted citizen of the Russian Federation could (!) Serve her term in a Russian correctional institution.
                Do you understand this?
                Could . Sit out your term. In the Russian correctional institution.
                In the meantime, consular support and an application for the admission of a lawyer are enough. And who will pay for this lawyer - relatives, Khodorkovsky or Israeli intelligence, is already a question for the accused, and not for the Russian State.
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                This is unacceptable

                you think.
                But believe me, this is just your personal opinion, which has nothing with jurisprudence and international law.
                Quote: RusKosTen
                Only a Russian court should decide the fate of Russian citizens and they should sit in our country if their guilt is proven.

                Even if this is so (with which the USA and Israel strongly disagree), then let's calmly wait for the court session and its decision. Let’s wait for materials about his decision to our Foreign Ministry and the Prosecutor’s Office and THEN THEN ... no, not you and not us, but the Prosecutor’s Office and the Russian court will give an opinion on the validity of the decision of the Iranian court.
                Do not agree ?
                Well, with regret I must state that
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                Your position is two-faced.

                Work on yourself, take care of your nerves and coordinate your actions with the LETTER OF LAW.
                1. RusKosTen 7 October 2019 10: 20 New
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                  In general, I agree with you. I was against sweeping accusations and statements like
                  Burn the witch
                  Without sweat


                  And judging by the + and -, once again I’m convinced, give the people free rein, most of them will kill each other, and the rest will remain in blood with the question "what next?"
      6. vfwfr 5 October 2019 10: 49 New
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        That's how it is .. only they can’t figure it out \ "with their own" on our own (our) territory, but you say ... "" It’s better to pull it out and kick it yourself, like fuck it there ""
      7. Mavrikiy 5 October 2019 17: 38 New
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        There is no such! For she is an enemy of our state and does not care about her passport.
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        Quote: RusKosTen
        The Russian government must protect ANY person who has a Russian passport ... It’s better to pull out and kick them yourself ... Otherwise, this is a precedent, and the Russian passport will be no better than any Zimbabwe in status

        So to deprive her of the citizenship of the Russian Federation, all that is business. Let her those who she works give out citizenship.
      10. gsev 5 October 2019 23: 55 New
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        The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport, regardless of his political views,

        But if the FSB missed the Israeli, Bandera or ISIS agents in the person of Mrs. Yuzik, then the counterintelligence of the IRGC will correct this mistake. If Israel, ISIS and Ukraine cooperate, then why should the IRGC and the FSB not establish cooperation against common opponents? I suppose that the Iranians will make Yuzik more sociable. You just need to ask the Iranians to ask questions that are of interest to our special services.
        1. RusKosTen 6 October 2019 08: 29 New
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          Quote: gsev
          Quote: RusKosTen
          The Russian government must protect ANY person holding a Russian passport, regardless of his political views,

          But if the FSB missed the Israeli, Bandera or ISIS agents in the person of Mrs. Yuzik, then the counterintelligence of the IRGC will correct this mistake ..

          Why should our jambs fix others? Do you think the Iranians are altruists and our eternal allies? Your allies will be exactly as long as you are considered strong, and a strong state recognizes its shoals and corrects them itself. Otherwise, it is no longer strong, since he needs the help of others.
          1. Cat man null 6 October 2019 11: 36 New
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            Quote: RusKosTen
            Why should our jambs fix others?

            Intelligence, anyone working in Iran is, first of all, a jamb of Iranian special services.

            Correct, if I am mistaken wink

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            a strong state recognizes its shoals and corrects them itself. Otherwise, it is no longer strong, since he needs the help of others

            Past. And again it looks like a training manual ... paranoia, probably. I have yes
    2. Kontrik 5 October 2019 10: 35 New
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      According to available information, Iran’s intelligence agencies are charged with working for Israeli intelligence.

      Judging by the surname and the rest, the way it is .. Now in all "our media" will begin "I am a user" hehe ..
      Quote: APIS
      Burn the witch
      Without sweat

      I'm not against.. negative
    3. cormorant 6 October 2019 00: 22 New
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      Burn is not humane, like a woman. But condemn at home, for work on foreign intelligence should be. She is an Israeli spy, at least.
    4. Evil echo 6 October 2019 13: 04 New
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      Burn the witch! - But she is so beautiful ... - Well ... but then burn!
  2. Grandfather 5 October 2019 04: 35 New
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    but in Russia, on all the waves, our democratic radio, moaning and groaning about "Yulyuzik"! Yesterday, “autoradio” and “Europe plus” rode the whole brain while eating: “Ah, the evil Iranians captured the Russian journalist for nothing! And we are selling weapons to them! And they put ours in jail! (and so on) . Here is the "present" presents:
    Iranian authorities plan to release Russian journalist Yulia Yuzik, detained in Tehran. This was reported to RIA Novosti by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry Abbas Mousavi.

    According to him, the Russian woman was detained "to give a number of explanations." “Soon she will be released,” said a representative of the department.

    As former husband Yuzik, journalist Boris Wojciechowski, told, the journalist worked as a correspondent in Tehran for several years. Recently, she again went to Iran by invitation, but her passport was taken from her at the airport.

    On October 2, representatives of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps broke down the door to Yuzik's room and took it. Wojciechowski wrote that Yusik was accused of collaborating with the Israeli secret services, the journalist faces at least ten years in prison.
    https://tvrain.ru/news/vlasti_irana_poobeschali_otpustit_zaderzhannuju_rossijskuju_zhurnalistku-494854/
    1. TokarevT 5 October 2019 19: 53 New
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      Jews always shout that they are beaten, but they never speak for what (folk wisdom).
  3. eagle owl 5 October 2019 04: 53 New
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    Tell Antares - to Iran - not a foot!
    1. Antares 5 October 2019 08: 54 New
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      Quote: Uhu
      Tell Antares - to Iran - not a foot!

      did not plan.
      Not married to her.
  4. Ali Kokand 5 October 2019 05: 08 New
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    With these events she was well publicized. With one blow they achieved several goals. They created a new martyr, caused a certain damage to the image of Iran and Russian-Iranian relations. And the liberal media gave rise to new outpourings. Just seven at one stroke .. And then, the journalist will face new exploits.
    1. Arturov 5 October 2019 07: 19 New
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      Quote: Ali Kokand
      They created a new martyr, caused a certain damage to the image of Iran

      Iran image? Is that which? All over the world they are known only for the xer terrorist attacks and rugs, oh yes, they like to threaten Israel with destruction every day (though later Happy New Year Congratulations, probably for even more effect wassat ) What other image can Islamist fanatics have ???
      1. SASHA OLD 7 October 2019 00: 13 New
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        All over the world they are known only for the attacks of ksir and rugs.

        What are the attacks of the IRGC?
    2. gsev 5 October 2019 23: 57 New
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      Quote: Ali Kokand
      Certain damage to the image of Iran and Russian-Iranian relations.

      Or maybe this is an occasion for the development of Iranian-Russian relations through special services?
  5. Thrifty 5 October 2019 05: 11 New
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    In fact, according to our laws, it must be hidden behind bars, it is only a pity that our laws are not binding.
    1. Plantagenet 5 October 2019 07: 25 New
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      "Actually, it must be hidden behind bars, according to our laws,"

      What article? what
      1. sabakina 5 October 2019 08: 15 New
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        Quote: Plantagenet
        "Actually, it must be hidden behind bars, according to our laws,"

        What article? what

        For all at once. In vain is there a proverb: "If there were a man, there would be an article."
        1. 210ox 5 October 2019 18: 01 New
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          Glory hi Here we must act as the comrade said above. Provide a lawyer, if proven and sentenced, act on extradition. Maybe sewing mittens here. Yes, and in general, what am I-you, the prosecutors know better.
          1. sabakina 5 October 2019 18: 04 New
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            Dima, as the unforgettable Aniskin used to say, in prison everything is on schedule, breakfast, lunch and dinner. wink
  6. demo 5 October 2019 05: 35 New
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    Awesome vinaigrette - grandfather of Bandera, a girl with a Jewish (most likely) surname, approval and praise of the personality of Yarosh, interest in the activities of suicide bombers and terrorists, a connection with Khodorkovsky, a journalist of Komsomolskaya Pravda (it’s already jarring the fact that she got into this previously revered publication a lot of different crap) and a connection with some Iranian official.
    Good person Julia or not good?
    The presence of all of the above facts is already the basis to draw the right conclusions.
    And it doesn’t matter which passport is in her pocket.

    Laurels Mata Hari did not allow to sleep peacefully?
    1. BARKHAN 5 October 2019 10: 03 New
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      Quote: demo
      Awesome vinaigrette - grandfather of Bandera, a girl with a Jewish (most likely) surname, approval and praise of the personality of Yarosh, interest in the activities of suicide bombers and terrorists, a connection with Khodorkovsky, a journalist of Komsomolskaya Pravda (it’s already jarring the fact that she got into this previously revered publication a lot of different crap) and a connection with some Iranian official.
      Good person Julia or not good?
      The presence of all of the above facts is already the basis to draw the right conclusions.
      And it doesn’t matter which passport is in her pocket.

      Laurels Mata Hari did not allow to sleep peacefully?

      And yet, Joseph Vissarionovich was right. Shoving the enemies through logging. And yet Joseph Vissarionovich was soft. Not all of Bandera were destroyed, since there were Yaroshi and his associates in the world ... including with Russian passports.
      1. demo 5 October 2019 10: 30 New
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        In one of my articles, I formulated Stalin's attitude towards Bandera - criminal leniency.
        And I continue to insist on this.
        1. BARKHAN 5 October 2019 11: 04 New
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          Although I am a Stalinist, I have many complaints about him. This is both the church and the softness towards the Germans (they had to rebuild the USSR for about 30 years with their entire population to the pre-war state, and also pay 100 years indemnities to the affected families ... Jews are paid and now, if, what). Then we would see what would happen to Germany now. There should not be any state of Poland. The state of Israel has a separate conversation. Bandera’s are generally funny. I lived in Yakutia and talked with the families of exiled Bandera’s, their It was necessary to push. Japan? And where is our base in Hokkaido?
          1. Nick 5 October 2019 16: 56 New
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            Although I am a Stalinist, I have many complaints about him.

            Do not try to be holier than the pope. Stalin knew what he was doing. Yes, maybe there were mistakes. Man is not perfect, only the Lord is omnipotent and all-perfect. But of all the people who could apply for the post of top leader of the USSR at that time, Stalin was the most suitable figure.
            1. BARKHAN 5 October 2019 22: 21 New
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              Quote: Nick
              Quote: Barkhan
              Although I am a Stalinist, I have many complaints about him.

              Do not try to be holier than the pope. Stalin knew what he was doing. Yes, maybe there were mistakes. Man is not perfect, only the Lord is omnipotent and all-perfect. But of all the people who could apply for the post of top leader of the USSR at that time, Stalin was the most suitable figure.

              Why is this all? And where is holiness and dad ...? If you yourself admit that there were mistakes, why pile up phrases? Or should I not express my opinion? Or maybe you should read only what you wrote here?
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        If N is the number of "enemies shattered through the logging sites" and M is the number of real enemies among these people, what do you think is M / N?
        1. Nick 5 October 2019 22: 24 New
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          Quote: xax
          If N is the number of "enemies shattered through the logging sites" and M is the number of real enemies among these people, what do you think is M / N?

          1.
          1. xax
            xax 6 October 2019 01: 11 New
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            And what about the 2,5 millions of rehabilitated?
            1. Nick 7 October 2019 22: 45 New
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              Quote: xax
              And what about the 2,5 millions of rehabilitated?

              In 1956, rehabilitation was carried out by 97 commissions. There were less than 1500 people rehabilitated. The rest were amnestied. And not 2.5 million, but less than 100 thousand. By the time of the death of I.V. Stalin in the 1953 year According to the 58 (political) article, 530408 people were imprisoned and exiled. This includes policemen, Vlasovites, saboteurs, spies and so on. In total, 2.526.402 people were in custody for that period.
              More details: https://mywebs.su/blog/history/13641/
              Therefore, your figure in 2,5 million rehabilitated is unreliable.
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                It’s not good to know your story. But not knowing his story also to open his mouth, mixing hundreds of thousands of his ancestors with manure - this is generally a complete bottom.

                Quote: Nick
                More details: https://mywebs.su/blog/history/13641/

                What is this surre? Why do you give me a link to this trash? No one will believe in the credibility of the resource, which is read by the same 500 people who probably write on it.
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                  Quote: xax
                  It’s not good to know your story. But not knowing his story also to open his mouth, mixing hundreds of thousands of his ancestors with manure - this is generally a complete bottom.

                  In addition to your verbal diarrhea, you did not give any arguments in support of the comment. Your lies are obvious.
                  1. xax
                    xax 8 October 2019 00: 59 New
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                    Open Wikipedia, for starters.
                    I find out how many waves of rehabilitation there were. And count the number of rehabilitated in each of them.
                    If you were ready to believe such a garbage dump to which the link resulted, then Wikipedia for you should almost be a revelation from above:
                    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Сталинские_репрессии
                    In 1954–1955 88 278 political prisoners were prematurely released from camps and colonies, 32 798 of them on the basis of a review of cases

                    Massive legal rehabilitation began as a result of the work of the commission of P. N. Pospelov. In 1954-1961 due to the lack of corpus delicti, 737 people were rehabilitated

                    in 1962-1983 157 people were rehabilitated

                    1988-1989, cases were reviewed for 856 582 people, 844 740 people were rehabilitated

                    Since the entry into force of the Law of the RSFSR No. 1761-1 of October 18, 1991 "On the rehabilitation of victims of political repression" until 2004, over 630 thousand people were rehabilitated

                    and so on
                    1. Nick 8 October 2019 01: 11 New
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                      Quote: xax
                      Open Wikipedia, for starters.
                      I find out how many waves of rehabilitation there were. And count the number of rehabilitated in each of them

                      Judging by your manner of communication, you are a boor and ignoramus, and Wikipedia will not help you. As for the waves of rehabilitation, those who rehabilitated all scum, especially in the 80-s, must be shot themselves as traitors to the Motherland. And your wiki is not the ultimate truth. You read Yu. Zhukov, he is a learned historian-archivist. Works with documents of that era directly. Here I trust him.
                      1. Geo
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                        Quote: Nick
                        wikipedia won't help you

                        Friend, the goal of the comrade is for Wikipedia to help you because you are really raving.
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                        Quote: Geo
                        Friend, the goal of the comrade is for Wikipedia to help you because you are really raving.

                        You will first learn polite manners, and then intervene with your maxims. And look for other sources of information. Vicki is very subjective in political matters especially. Fursov's programs look at Stalin. You might be wiser.
                      3. Geo
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                        Quote: Nick
                        learn polite manners first

                        It is impossible to be polite with a man who, as one comrade put it, is ready to interfere with manure the memory of hundreds of thousands of his ancestors. This is beyond.
                      4. Nick 8 October 2019 01: 33 New
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                        Quote: Geo
                        Impossible to be polite

                        It’s impossible for you. I agree. some do not respond to education. For you it's beyond
                      5. xax
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                        Quote: Nick
                        Impossible for you

                        No normal person is impossible.
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                        Quote: xax
                        Quote: Nick
                        Impossible for you

                        No normal person is impossible.

                        You have a perverted notion of normality. You yourself do not measure normal. You have a serious problem determining normality. The meter is corrupted.
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                        Quote: Nick
                        concepts of normality

                        Quote: Nick
                        normal do not measure

                        Quote: Nick
                        with the definition of normality

                        Quote: Nick
                        The meter is corrupted

                        In my opinion, something in you has gotten corrupted. Rotten.
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            Quote: Nick
            you boor

            Do you not like my tone? Do you deserve another?
            Quote: Nick
            rehabilitated all scum

            How is that? Normal tone? Have you reviewed the case of every rehabilitated person to call them "all scum"?
            Quote: Nick
            need to shoot

            Mamkin shooter.
            Quote: Nick
            your wiki is not the ultimate truth

            So there are links on the wiki where the data comes from. Open and see. And certainly the wiki - a much more serious source than the garbage can that you tried to palm off on me.
            Quote: Nick
            Y. Zhukov read

            Quote: Nick
            Here I trust him

            You and the trash site, as we found out, trust with ease. So this is not an indicator at all.
          3. Nick 8 October 2019 12: 44 New
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            Quote: xax
            Do you not like my tone? Do you deserve another?

            Educated people always observe the rules of polite communication, otherwise they are not educated people, but goons.
            Quote: xax
            Mamkin shooter.

            Your rudeness knows no bounds. Do not touch the parents. You have them too.
            And I'm shooting well, there is preparation. Therefore, I’m rather a Voroshilov shooter. From AKM to the boor from three hundred meters I will not miss.
            Quote: xax
            So there are links on the wiki where the data comes from. Open and see. And certainly the wiki - a much more serious source than the garbage can that you tried to palm off on me.
            Quote: Nick
            Y. Zhukov read

            Yuri Nikolayevich Zhukov Soviet and Russian historian. Doctor of historical sciences, chief researcher at the Institute of Russian History of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
            If such experts on the history of the USSR of the 20th century are garbage for you, then a wiki, with all its links to questionable sources, is a public toilet on the 21 point.
            Quote: xax
            You and the trash site, as we found out, trust with ease. So this is not an indicator at all

            You, the foul-smelling site, a public outhouse trusts. What can you talk about at all!
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            I wrote a wonderful post, and then decided - that's enough. And I rubbed the post clean.
            Quote: Nick
            all scum

            Not going to talk to such a person anymore.
            Quote: Nick
            Your rudeness knows no bounds ... I'm Voroshilov shooter. From AKM to the boor from three hundred meters I will not miss.

            And further. It is necessary to measure your ambition with your age, physique and physical form - otherwise what would not work out bad.
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            You, laughter, have already stopped poking, already a plus. Soon, you will begin to turn to "you". God help you! hi
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            poke already stopped, already a plus

            Habit is second nature. The time you write about it, I was mistaken. Out of habit.
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            Quote: Nick
            God help you!

            Do not remember God in vain.
            And a person who is dragged away by the deaths of thousands of people and devoured by pride so much that he simply wedges from turning to “you” - you should not mention God at all.
  • TokarevT 5 October 2019 20: 48 New
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    Yes, a girl with a corresponding surname. Yuzefovich - Iosifovich, Yusik - Iosik. This is to ensure, if anything, recognition for their own, and how many modifications have been made there from the real Zuckerman, it is difficult to say.
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      Quote: TokarevT
      and how many modifications were made there from the real Zuckerman is difficult to say.

      even Superman ..
      Superman
      Zuperman
      Zuckerman ...
      a famous hero of comics and films from Marvel of Jewish origin!

      But seriously, I agree with your assumption
  • gsev 6 October 2019 00: 01 New
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    Quote: demo
    Awesome vinaigrette - grandfather Bandera, a girl with a Jewish

    What surprised you? For example, Politkovskaya fruitfully collaborated until her death with the apparatus of the first president of independent Chechnya. Go over liberal resources. They actively support all kinds of Islamic extremists.
  • Vadim T. 5 October 2019 06: 03 New
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    In order to avoid such precedents in the future with journalists and other representatives of the media, it is necessary to adopt a law on responsibility for what they write (say). It's not about censorship, but that if someone decides to pour slop on the state, then you have to answer for it. By the way, the authorities have already fussed over: her, beloved, cannot be criticized in any way. Otherwise - criminal liability. But you can still denigrate the state. What all sorts of Khodorkovsky rains and others like them do with pleasure.
    1. Russian jacket 5 October 2019 06: 45 New
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      Yes, the government has fussed, you are right. And you are right that for the bazaar, even journalism should be responsible. And about the cries of liberal censorship, they always start to stutter when I ask one question about Sasha Sotnik. What themis geyropa will do to him, if he calls on the same Europeans to go to the partisans, and to wet the European policemen .... When you recall Pavlensky, then first a stupor ... And only then in return only drool and splashes, cries of misunderstanding a brighter future for geyrops and decay of the mordor. There it is unacceptable, but here you can type .... In a word, the nonsense of the liberals .... hi
    2. 2 Level Advisor 5 October 2019 07: 24 New
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      so the law on fakes already exists, stipulates the country or someone-a criminal!
      1. Vadim T. 5 October 2019 07: 56 New
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        The question is whether this law is in effect.
        1. 2 Level Advisor 5 October 2019 14: 39 New
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          well .. so I'm talking about your words, earlier that you said "you need to pass a law on liability for what they write (say)"
          so I say, already exist, but how it works, this is another question ..
          In my opinion, just the case is suitable for journalists, etc. deliberately denigrating the country .. I emphasize consciously!
    3. SASHA OLD 7 October 2019 00: 32 New
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      Quote: Vadim T.
      By the way, the authorities have already fussed over: her, beloved, cannot be criticized in any way. Otherwise - criminal liability.

      there's no such thing
      there is a law on responsibility for insulting the authorities, if it begins to directly insult the representative of the authorities - this is one thing, and if there is really objective criticism without insults and slander - this is quite, completely different.
      but overall your message is correct
  • midshipman 5 October 2019 06: 09 New
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    Eulampius is right. I personally support him.
    Had to be in the "hot spots". Then with such people did not stand on ceremony. Human wisdom is right: "love evil and the goat." And she’s quite yaros.
  • rotmistr60 5 October 2019 06: 34 New
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    they would have hid the sympathetic woman Dudaev, Basaev and Yarosh for ten years.
    Of course, it deserves it, but as the author correctly noted, this is another reason for the “sect of shaking hands” to raise another howl. Her daughter wrote that "mom knew about the possible consequences, but she went anyway." So she didn’t go after the scandal, especially since Khodorovsky flashes again, who is not used to organizing such provocations. I think that upon her return she simply needs to invoice for financial expenses for her rescue, as the Ministry of Emergencies invoices those who did not heed the warnings and who had to be rescued.
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    already promised to let go
  • parusnik 5 October 2019 07: 21 New
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    A very interesting scandal, especially against the backdrop of relations between Iran and the United States recently.
  • Avior 5 October 2019 07: 38 New
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    A logical question arises.
    If she really is the insidious Mata Hari from Massad, is it not too easy and quick to let her go? At least they took part from the embassy. And is a few words from the Russian Embassy enough for an Israeli intelligence agent of any nationality to be picked up and released in a few days?
    Iranian authorities plan to release Russian journalist Yulia Yuzik, detained in Tehran. This was reported to RIA Novosti by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry Abbas Mousavi.

    According to him, the Russian woman was detained "to give a number of explanations." “Soon she will be released,” said a representative of the department.

    I do not believe in this even once. Whatever relations Russia has with Iran, nobody will let go of Israeli spies.
    Therefore, a logical question arises, but for what reason was she still detained?
    1. dauria 5 October 2019 08: 57 New
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      Therefore, a logical question arises, but for what reason was she still detained?

      And how do you like this explanation?
      Her (or those who pay her) need there was an arrest. They provoked, pushed to arrest empty evidence. The goal is to inflate the brawl. You must admit that it’s difficult to call this clown ordinary.
      And the Foreign Ministry promptly provided Iran with the necessary facts and the layout of the prepared scenario "on the shelves", so as not to get into a scandal in full.
      1. Avior 5 October 2019 09: 10 New
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        Something wrong you write.
        Evidence has thrown in Iran itself that he is an Israeli agent?
        Would Iran begin to deal with it touchingly?
    2. Doliva63 5 October 2019 19: 35 New
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      Quote: Avior
      A logical question arises.
      If she really is the insidious Mata Hari from Massad, is it not too easy and quick to let her go? At least they took part from the embassy. And is a few words from the Russian Embassy enough for an Israeli intelligence agent of any nationality to be picked up and released in a few days?
      Iranian authorities plan to release Russian journalist Yulia Yuzik, detained in Tehran. This was reported to RIA Novosti by the official representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry Abbas Mousavi.

      According to him, the Russian woman was detained "to give a number of explanations." “Soon she will be released,” said a representative of the department.

      I do not believe in this even once. Whatever relations Russia has with Iran, nobody will let go of Israeli spies.
      Therefore, a logical question arises, but for what reason was she still detained?

      Nobody is going to let her go. Either he will sit, or he will die quietly. She has already outplayed her.
  • bandabas 5 October 2019 08: 07 New
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    And soon we will have the antipode chapman. We have channels on TV. And the type is similar.
  • gafarovsafar 5 October 2019 08: 18 New
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    Jews specifically admonished. a little spy scandal for a split in Russian-Iranian relations
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    Consular assistance is required to provide such rules.
  • Antares 5 October 2019 08: 57 New
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    We divide ourselves into "necessary and unnecessary" people.
    and it’s very simple to decide - we publish data about them.
    Can we hold a referendum? Well, to decide how important?
    maybe a passport is already an insufficient reason *?
    Or are people of different sorts now?
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      They (people) have long been of a different sort. Some are pulled out, others are not noticed.
    2. gsev 6 October 2019 00: 05 New
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      Quote: Antares
      Or are people of different sorts now?

      If she is not an Israeli spy, then we hope that the Iranians will understand, if the spy then the Iranians have the right to punish for espionage. In addition, the Israeli spy in Russia should be condemned.
    3. Cat man null 6 October 2019 00: 17 New
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      Quote: Antares
      divide yourself into "necessary and unnecessary" people

      Understand in yourself in Odessa - on the necessary and unnecessary.

      Katya, you are tired negative
      1. Ruslan67 6 October 2019 02: 30 New
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        Quote: Cat Man Null
        Katya, you are tired

        Crystal slowly dissolving is ..... And there is no mechanism to remove this from the site request
        1. Cat man null 6 October 2019 02: 38 New
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          Quote: Ruslan67
          And there is no mechanism

          This bird will die of boredom
          Because she can’t sit

          Welcome drinks
          1. Ruslan67 6 October 2019 02: 40 New
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            Mutually drinks
            Quote: Cat Man Null
            on the necessary and unnecessary.

            This is to comrade Noah
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              Quote: Ruslan67
              to comrade Noah

              There is a mass of people who are asking to be sent to this comrade. I'm talking about whiners, namely laughing
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                Quote: Cat Man Null
                a mass of people who are asking to be sent to this comrade.

                So he swam them sad There is rather another comrade of three letters wassat
      2. Antares 6 October 2019 21: 17 New
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        Understand in yourself in Odessa - on the necessary and unnecessary.
        Katya, you are tired

        eternal - if we are talking about the Russian Federation, then we will figure it out ourselves.
        If about Ukraine, then here are all Russians with Ukrainian passports on a hike (everyone wants to figure it out)
        I’m just talking about what is characteristic - people are divided into necessary and unnecessary.
        It is enough to say that it is "unnecessary" - and society will approve.
        Universal approval by any media (subject to).
        Does the passport guarantee nothing in the RF? Is Russian citizenship worthless now?
        Or give it in vain? Considering that there are people necessary and unnecessary?
        Yes, I understand - the main thing is who I am and what I have. And what is happening, do not interfere with our processes.
        It will be necessary to chase all the rags in the Ukrainian news - they say they are not supposed to discuss? According to citizenship, which actually is not citizenship then ... if you are against something there, do you automatically fall into the category of "non-citizens"? Is it generally the Russian Federation? Usually this was attributed there to us, the Baltic states ..
        it’s good that the embassy and consulates still do their job.
        And not the "Public" ...
        the public is easy to manipulate.
  • yuratanja1950 5 October 2019 11: 14 New
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    " These Iranians are bad friends, oh and bad ...
    If they were good, they would hide the sympathetic woman Dudaev, Basaev and Yarosh for ten years. And not for any of our persuasion would succumb
    ... "...

    Well what can I say ... good laughing
  • Tank jacket 5 October 2019 14: 25 New
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    We got Puski Dig, pull out and solder the tag strict, for treason. So that Iran seems to her a walk, and the best punishment for a journalist is oblivion. She must be forgotten ...
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      We got Puski Dig, pull out and solder the tag strict, for treason.

      Perhaps it will be so. If it is confirmed that a Russian citizen worked for a foreign intelligence service. The question to Iran is whether they will be able to present convincing evidence revealing this individual as a foreign spy.
      1. Tank jacket 5 October 2019 18: 48 New
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        In Iran, as in any country, there is a Hercule Poirot wink
        1. Nick 5 October 2019 22: 36 New
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          Quote: Tank jacket
          In Iran, as in any country, there is a Hercule Poirot wink

          Well, God forbid.
          1. Ruslan67 6 October 2019 02: 35 New
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            Quote: Tank jacket
            In Iran, as in any country, there is a Hercule Poirot

            Better Mercader sad First wanted to write: Kaplan Kanegisser what Then remembered Lee Harvey Oswald winked And I realized that the scale is not the same no Fuck with a pipe in the toilet Sheremetev our everything yes
  • Mavrikiy 5 October 2019 17: 36 New
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    Putin does not want to protect ours!
    Alas, Putin always protects yours. angry
  • Sergey49 5 October 2019 17: 42 New
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    The article is clearly custom-made. We lay the straw in case the Iranians do not let it go. So we type didn’t really want to, so she needs to “bandera”.
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      Quote: Sergey49
      The article is clearly custom-made. We lay the straw in case the Iranians do not let it go. So we type didn’t really want to, so she needs to “bandera”.

      just from Surkov’s safe house. reported, received dokhuliard srebrenikov, stood at attention "to attention" under the Russian anthem. Surkov promised to give an order for each lined straw.
      1. Doliva63 5 October 2019 19: 42 New
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        Quote: BigBraza
        Quote: Sergey49
        The article is clearly custom-made. We lay the straw in case the Iranians do not let it go. So we type didn’t really want to, so she needs to “bandera”.

        just from Surkov’s safe house. reported, received dokhuliard srebrenikov, stood at attention "to attention" under the Russian anthem. Surkov promised to give an order for each lined straw.

        Hide silverware in a piggy bank, no one plans to release it. And after all Surkov knew about it, the scoundrel! By the way, silverfish are not labeled? laughing
  • gmb
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    Yeah, a lot of you are beaten on the head. What they drive into your head is what you say. Mother of four children, if you believe the article, throw it, trample on your feet, tell all sorts of nasty things to each other. Nobody knows for sure yet, but they have already poured slops.
  • Nick 5 October 2019 22: 35 New
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    Quote: Barkhan
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    Quote: Barkhan
    Although I am a Stalinist, I have many complaints about him.

    Do not try to be holier than the pope. Stalin knew what he was doing. Yes, maybe there were mistakes. Man is not perfect, only the Lord is omnipotent and all-perfect. But of all the people who could apply for the post of top leader of the USSR at that time, Stalin was the most suitable figure.

    Why is this all? And where is holiness and dad ...? If you yourself admit that there were mistakes, why pile up phrases? Or should I not express my opinion? Or maybe you should read only what you wrote here?

    You can read anything. It is your right. But make a complaint to Stalin !!! Dismiss I do not understand. Do you think that you would have been better in his position? Sorry, but I can’t accept this? People like Stalin are born once a century. No offense. Sincerely. hi
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      But make a complaint to Stalin !!! Dismiss

      My friend, there are a lot of people who want to make claims to the incumbent President ... although they themselves, presenting - no one, nothing, and nothing to call.

      Does this upset you? Or do your leaders on Stalin end? wink
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        My friend, there are a lot of people who want to make claims to the incumbent President ... although they themselves, presenting - no one, nothing, and nothing to call.

        Does this upset you? Or do your leaders on Stalin end?

        Man, we are discussing the attitude to I.V. To Stalin. As for Putin, in my opinion, the front tasks are almost as grandiose as before Stalin. Want to discuss this topic?
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          we are discussing attitudes toward I.V. To Stalin

          Damn, but I thought that there was about Iran and the Yuzik deal. laughing

          Quote: Nick
          As far as Putin is concerned, in my opinion, the front tasks are almost as grandiose as before Stalin

          Well, I agree, probably ...

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          Want to discuss this topic?

          Easily. But here it is a hard offtopic request
  • colotun 6 October 2019 18: 53 New
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    Sportswoman, Komsomol member and just a beauty
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      Quote: colotun
      Sportswoman, Komsomol member and just a beauty



      As Dmitry Steshin said:

      "She is a chthonic entity. I think, for the same reason, the Inquisition would have delayed it in the Middle Ages."

      Nonsense multiplied by vanity. It would seem that the woman still needs - the children are there, educate and rejoice. No, all childhood plays in one place.
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    Although the sediment, of course, remains. These Iranians are bad friends, oh and bad ...

    Why should there be a "sediment" if we consider the option that it was our special services that leaked her as an agent of the Israeli special services to besiege the zealous journalist and remove her from the information field?
    Let me remind everyone who does not remember the name Masyuk - there was such a story with an advanced journalist, but the captivity of the militants had a very good effect on her human rights activities in favor of terrorists.
    I believe that this case from this category - "does not reach through the head, will reach through the legs ..."
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    Well, why then such a thing as friendly cooperation with other intelligence services, they would have called some of the FSB consultants to show all the evidence and then together understood what to do when detained, either as "resisting" or as a perpetrator attempting to flee and at the same time get into a car accident, and now of course everyone has gone wrong, they first delayed and now they will also apologize to the spy !!!
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      first detained and now they will also apologize to the spy !!!

      Will the Iranians apologize? Do not tell me that they didn’t even apologize for the assault on the US Embassy and created a museum, so no one will apologize to anyone.