Navalny says goal of court case is to ‘scare millions’

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    #Kremlin critic Alexei #Navalny told a Moscow court on Tuesday that the aim of the legal proceedings against him was to intimidate opponents of President Vladimir #Putin. “They are putting one person behind bars to scare millions,” he added.

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