Who will be the next? I asked about three weeks ago.
Well, one week after the murder of Natalya Estemirova, the body of Andrei Kulagin was found in Karelia.
Another week later on Spiegel international online one could read (more) about The Triumph of Fear in Russia;
And there might have been some more 'the next', of which we will probably not come to know.
Today, in Dagestan's capital,
Zarema Sadulayeva headed Save the Generation, a group that for several years worked with Unicef and Western [and Russian*] aid organisations to provide prosthetic limbs, surgical operations and counseling for victims of the terror in Chechnya.
Rights groups such as Memorial blame the forces of the Chechen president, Ramzan Kadyrov, for abductions, killings and torture.
So do I, adding but two names: Medvedev and Putin.
And I am tired to ask Who will be the next? ...
The peace of the night.
* somehow, to mention this in most Western media would simply be forgotten ...