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Friday, May 26, 2017

“Gabua not respecting” journalist Centurion left Russia because of threats


Opposition journalist Alexander Sotnik (Centurion Sasha), the author of the popular youtube channel “Sotnik TV”, left Russia because of threats. He told about it in his published videos.

“If you’re watching this video — he begins his address, — then I have already been in Russia.” The journalist explains that it took him no emigration, and “forced evacuation” as “the number of threats has grown in quality”.

The last reason for the departure of the Centurion in Georgia has become the call numbers with the undecided, in which the journalist learned that it “can wait until October, then transferred to the vegetable Department”.

The Centurion turned to “not respecting habuchi”, asking her not to rejoice, as in Georgia it will create a new analytical program, and Russia is its employees-operators.

Note that at the moment the canal Centurion signed by more than 126 thousand people, it is one of the most popular Russian political channels on Youtube.

A number of journalists and bloggers have already spoken in connection with the departure of the Centurion. So, the author of the project “Journalism without intermediaries” Babchenko wrote that the Centurion “dodavit” and opposition activist Denis Lebedev noted that, when a couple of years ago he was asked if he was afraid to enter the stock and maintain a blog, he referred to the fact that “the Germans and the Centurion are not afraid, although they write much tougher, and the number of subscribers they have ten times higher.”

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