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Elvira Vikhareva Poisoned with Heavy Metal Salts

Elvira Vikhareva, the former Russian opposition politician, was poisoned with heavy metals salts between November and December and then recently at the start of February. After she wasn’t feeling well, she did some laboratory tests. According to Meduza, the independent site, quoting the Sota agency, which had access to the results of Vikhareva's tests: potassium dichromate is the substance found in her blood which is highly toxic and carcinogenic. 


Among the causes attributable to this gesture is that she is willing to do anything to fight the Vladimir Putin regime and is against the invasion of Ukraine decision. At the press, Elvira declared that she started feeling severe stomach pains, increased heart rate, loss of hair, perceived muscle spasms, and fainting. She has a political video blog where he last showed up a while ago.


In the past, Elvira has never hidden having been subjected to threats and pressure. The 32 years old politician comes from Siberia, especially Irkutsk. She graduated in journalism. She worked for a period in television. She then entered the political struggle at the age twenty during the protests electoral fraud in 2011. In 2019 she continued to raise her voice by standing in the streets against the exclusion of dozens of candidates from the elections. In 2021, Vikhareva was a candidate in the Duma State elections in Moscow. According to the results of electronic voting, she did not get the seat, losing against TV presenter and United Russia candidate Timofey Bazhenov. In 2022 she wanted to run for her city council in her Moscow district, but a court prevented her, citing irregularities in her registration documents. 


It would not be the first time such accusations have been made in the Kremlin; cases of suspected Russian poisonings have been frequented in recent years. The most recent one is about Aleksei Navalny, a political activist, director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, and a well-known critic of Russian President Putin. He was arrested on the evening of January 17th on fabricated fraud charges. Navalny had survived a poisoning in Russia. Navalny's arrest, an apparent attempt to silence him, makes it even more necessary and urgent to investigate his complaint of having been poisoned by agents of the Russian state. Navalny faces up to three and a half years if convicted. In 2018, Sergei Skripal, a former Russian military intelligence agent, and his daughter Yulia were found lying on a bench in the British city of Salisbury. It was later discovered that Novichok had poisoned them. In 2006 Alexander Litvinenko, a former Russian FSB agent assassinated with polonium. In 2004 Viktor Yushchenko, the candidate in the Ukrainian presidential elections and opposition leader was hospitalized in Austria after being the victim of a mysterious dioxin poisoning, perhaps poured into the soup.


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