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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Poklonskaya has linked the terrorist attack in Las Vegas with “Matilda”

The Deputy of the State Duma Natalia Poklonskaya has linked the terrorist attack in Las Vegas with the release of the film “Matilda”: she wrote about it in their social networks.

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Starting with the expressions of condolence in connection with the murder of U.S. 59, a Deputy in the next paragraph found in common between the two events: “Any connivance of the authorities, who must follow our safety is unacceptable. As was the case with blatant disregard for the situation that unfolded around a Teachers of the movie “Matilda”.

Poklonski explained that the law enforcement bodies in Russia to provoke the terrorists and extremists for the bombings of cinemas, burning vehicles, etc., as do not wish to prohibit these actions feed by Alexei Uchitel.

The MP said that the release of the “Matilda” is “a threat to human life posed today by radical face”.

Note that the cause of the attack in Las Vegas up to now unknown: it turned out that father hand Stephen Paddock was a Bank robber and one of the most wanted criminals USA.

We will remind that earlier the media reported the choice Poklonskaya allegedly offered the leadership of the state Duma and the presidential administration: either stop the movie or to pass the mandate. However, the legal mechanisms for the deprivation status of the Duma Deputy from the Crimea at the moment, authorities have not yet found.

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