by Scott Creighton
One of these things is JUST LIKE the other!
How much to do you think it costs to have a gold-digger set-up her sugar daddy for a hit?
You think they paid Anna Duritskaya cash or promised her a TV show and a juicy part in Jon Stewart’s next propaganda film?
Hey! You think maybe they’ll give her a spot on House of Cards like they did for Pussy Riot?!
The 23-year-old Ms. Duritskaya, who just arrived from Kiev, is not a suspect, but possibly was used by the criminals without her knowledge. She calls herself a model and an actress, although is not known for having any parts in movies or on the scene. She studied bookkeeping at Kiev University and worked for obscure model agencies that she left after having found the “friendship” of Mr. Nemtsov. Observer
I don’t think there is any question about Anna Duritskaya setting up sleazy Boris “two timing, cradle-robbing” Nemtsov for that hit on the bridge the other night. The facts in the case are beyond question.
Someone had to tell the hit team (shooter, driver of utility vehicle and driver of get-away car) that Boris was on his way to that fateful bridge. Someone had to convince him to take a nice moonlight stroll in the freezing Russian winter rather than a cab back to his love nest for a romp with a child.
And then the shooter leaves her, an eye-witness, without so much as a scratch?
Come on. Really folks?
It’s kinda obvious who could have done all that especially when you consider she just got into town from… WAIT FOR IT… Kiev!
And now, according to reports, she doesn’t want any part of witness protection… she just wants to go home to…. WAIT FOR IT…. Kiev!
“According to the Speaker for Prosecutor General Office, the “Ukrainian trace” of the brazen murder is one possible motive of the crime because of Ms. Duritskaya’s origin and recent arrival from Kiev.” Observer
Yeah, I should have been a detective. This shit is easy.
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