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Friday, March 16, 2018

All enemies of Russia — Fagot, said famous sports journalist

The newspaper “Crimean truth” released well-known sports journalist Gerineldo Nemirovsky, devoted to the claims of world sports organizations in Russia. The article is called “the Enemies of Russia: all – Fagot”. The material has caused a stormy discussion in social networks.

Photo: facebook.comGarranard Nemirovsky.

His thesis Nemirovsky based on the information about the concluded in the US, married two Russians-informants WADA, Timothy Sobolev and Oleg Migachev, “who, living in Russia and working with Rodchenkova (Gregory by Rodchenkova – ed.) in Moscow anti-doping laboratory, were lovers, and now in Los Angeles has formalized gay marriage.”

Given a journalist a particular case does not prevent him, however, to make a sweeping generalization.

Note that in one of his interviews, Nemirovsky was told that in the childhood read the article in the newspaper “Red Crimea” (now — “the Crimean truth”) and his “wildly resented, as the interested supplied materials”.

Chief editor of “Crimean Pravda” Mikhail Bakharev in the article, timed to the birthday Nemirovsky in October, he turned 82 years old) called it “the best sports commentator of all huge space which was once called the Soviet Union”. In particular, Nemirovsky commented on Cycling at the Olympics-80 and is a judge of the international class on a number of sports disciplines.

We should add that the article about “enemies of Russia” was published not only in the electronic version, but on paper.

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