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The Wikipedia page on the alleged Dugina murderer was created on the day of the car explosion National Guard of Ukraine


The National Guard of Ukraine (NGU) noticed that a Wikipedia page on the “duty woman of the National Guard of Ukraine” whom the Russians suspect of being the assassin of Darya Dugina was created on the day of the car explosion.

Source: National Guard of Ukraine on Facebook

Quote from NGU: “Have you seen the Wikipedia page on the ‘alleged killer’ that was immediately created on the day of his ‘disclosure’??))) If not, look here.”

Details: The NGU showed screenshots from Wikipedia, which show that on August 22, a page about the “Vovk military woman” appeared immediately after the announcement of Natalia Vovk (Shaban), who is accused by the FSB [Russian intelligence – ed.] to kill Darya Dugina.


In particular, Wikipedia details the whole false story of the murder, and Natalia Vovk herself is marked as a “service woman of the Azov battalion of the National Guard of Ukraine”.



“In other words, for the Russian media, the position is: if you don’t believe our official version, then read Wikipedia! concluded the NGU.


  • On August 20, a car driven by Darya Dugina burst into flames not far from Moscow. Dugina was the daughter of “Putin’s Rasputin” Aleksandr Dugin and she wrote about politics for Tsargrad and RT, two Kremlin-aligned Russian outlets.

  • The Ukrainian president’s office denied Kyiv’s involvement in Dugina’s assassination.

  • Russian investigators believe the car in which Darya Dugina was killed in an explosion exploded remotely. The FSB of the Russian Federation claimed that the Ukrainian Natalia Vovk, who allegedly served in the Azov battalion, was responsible for the explosion – the soldiers of the regiment denied this.

  • Russian propagandists began calling for new strikes against Ukraine after Dugina’s death, and her father said he was seeking not just revenge, but “victory”.

  • Ilya Ponomarev, former member of the State Duma of the Russian Federation [the Russian parliament – ed.], said the so-called National Republican Army (NRA) claimed responsibility for the murder of Darya Dugina, the daughter of “Putin’s ideologue” Aleksandr Dugin. Ponomarev later said Russian propagandist Darya Dugina would not have been murdered had the suicide bombers known her father was not in the car.

  • Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded Darya Dugina the Order of Courage posthumously.

  • Oleksii Danilov, secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, said the murder of Darya Dugina, daughter of Kremlin ideologue Aleksandr Dugin, was carried out by the Russian secret service and that the Ukraine has nothing to do with it.

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