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Sunday, October 23, 2016

The Lipetsk Governor said about danger to the Russian athletes at the Olympics

The Governor of the Lipetsk region Oleg Korolev in his Twitter comforted Russian athletes at risk not to get to the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro because of a doping scandal.

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He urged them “not to worry” because “can be someone WHO protects You from SOMETHING,not sending BACK …….” (original punctuation preserved — ed.).

The Olympians! Don’t worry! May be SOMEONE IS protecting You from SOMETHING,not sending BACK …….

— Oleg Korolev (@Korolev_O_P) 22 Jul 2016

We will remind that earlier it became known about detention in Brazil the group of ten supporters of the banned in Russia “Islamic state”, which planned to arrange a terrorist attack during the Olympics. However, local law enforcement said that to prepare for the attack, the terrorists were just beginning: they did not choose a target and have only begun to study firearms and martial arts.

They got caught after trying to buy a Kalashnikov on one of the Paraguayan sites.

Add that to the Lipetsk Governor has regularly published on his Twitter as sports, and religious records. For example, ecologists with professional celebrations, he congratulated, noting that they protect nature as God — the soul. Meet him and such kind of sentences: “Remember that the most important Temple erected in his soul…Or is it somewhere there or in You, You created, and ALL the LRA or a lot…” (original spelling preserved — ed.).

At the last Euro Queens, according to Twitter, was rooting for Iceland: “Iceland’s Players-a copy of players of the USSR-a modest Patriotic eisblumen money aching for Home,Epirus on the mass (leather ball)” (original spelling preserved — ed.).

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