A lesson too hard to learn

-“Navalny is suspected of having been poisoned …”, “There is no proof that Navalny have been poisoned”. The opinions went back and forth since the opposition leader Alexei Navalny lost consciousness on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow on Thursday morning, and the plane therefore had to stop over in Omsk.

The matter quickly became a world event with large headlines. There was no doubt that Navalny had ended up in a coma, but what was the reason?

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Navalny representatives followed the events closely, and was able to inform on social media how the medics in Omsk could not find traces of any poisoning in the blood, while the police had found some suspicious stuff on his clothes.

Navalny was taken out of Russia early yesterday morning to a hospital in Berlin.

The medics in Omsk had a disagreement with the German medics who had come to the hospital where Navalny was. It was mainly about whether the patient could be moved or not.

Splendid ! The health authorities in Omsk claims that the only thing the doctors found in Navalny was caffeine and alcohol.

Is that why he is now examined by medics in Berlin ?

What should be learned? Yes, one might ponder about that.