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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Khodorkovsky has asked court bailiffs to arrest the dog of Putin

The former owner of Yukos Mikhail Khodorkovsky in his Twitter commented on the news about the arrest by bailiffs in Perm the debtor’s cat Archibald.

Photo: “Open Russia

The incident in Perm was caused by resulting from a resident of the city debt in 120 thousand roubles, thus all property in the apartment, which came to the officers, belonged to the relatives of the debtor. Law enforcement officers, realizing this, have arrested Archibald the cat, appreciating his fifteen thousand rubles and the landlord stating that the items worth up to 30 thousand (including the cat) he can implement himself. The next day Permyak made the necessary fifteen hundred for favorite animal, removing him, thus the arrest.

After learning about this news, Khodorkovsky suggested the police officers to arrest the dog, Vladimir Putin, without specifying what kind of animal has in mind: recall that Labrador Connie died in 2014, but perhaps Putin is now there are other dogs.

https://t.co/2S4c6iLJ8Z Arrest the dog of Putin. https://t.co/RXViEfXOiM

Mikhail Khodorkovsky (@mich261213) on may 6, 2016

So, in recent years, the Russian President received a gift of dog breeds, the Bulgarian shepherd dog (named Buffy) and the Akita inu (JME). In particular, he was captured with them on the walk in 2013.

While dogs and Putin got into politics: in particular, the talks with Angela Merkel in 2007 he inadvertently frightened the German Chancellor, who fears dogs, your Connie.

Note that the addiction to any pet Khodorkovsky is not known.

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