Udalsov summoned after Kremlin-run TV channel airs anti-opposition video
12.10.12 09:08 By News Dept.
Sergey Udaltsov denied receiving money or orders from foreign states Photo: ITAR-TASS
The leader of the opposition movement "Left Front" Sergey Udalsov was interrogated by the Investigative Committee on Thursday after he was summoned to check facts narrated in the anti-opposition film «Anatomy of the protest, part 2.» aired on state-run TV Channel NTV.
The interrogation has finished for today. I gave a detailed explanation to the investigator. I absolutely deny receiving money and orders from foreign intelligence services," Udaltsov wrote on his Twitter account s_udaltsov.
He added that the investigation would continue and named several people who would also be interrogated.
"The investigation will continue. I hope we will manage to find the truth and those who created this slander against us. In the nearest future investigators will interrogate Leonid Razvozhaev, Konstantin Lebedev and Yuriy Aymaletdinov, who were also mention in the film," s_udaltsov added.
On October, 5 the Kremlin-run NTV channel aired the second part of the scandalous anti-opposition film "Anatomy of protest." The authors of the film accused Russian opposition actvists of preparing terror acts and treason.
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