Alexei Navalny’s widow Yulia is SUSPENDED from Elon Musk’s X after she vowed to carry on ‘murdered’ Putin enemy’s work

Alexei Navalny’s widow Yulia is SUSPENDED from Elon Musk’s X after she vowed to carry on ‘murdered’ Putin enemy’s work

SOCIAL media platform X has suspended the account of Alexei Navalny’s widow Yulia.

It comes days after the fierce Putin critic died at the feared “Polar Wolf” jail he was being held in.

Alexei Navalny with his widow, YuliaAP

APYulia addressing a meeting of EU foreign ministers at the European Council building in Brussels on Monday[/caption]

The 47-year-old’s heartbroken wife accused the Russian tyrant of murdering her husband with the deadly nerve agent Novichok.

She insisted she had evidence – which she said she would share.

On X today, Yulia demanded the Kremlin “give back Alexei’s body and let him be buried with dignity”.

She added she “did not care how the killer’s press secretary comments on my words”.

A notice on her page now comes up with “account suspended”, with a note underneath adding: “X suspends accounts which violate the X Rules.”

It is unclear why her account – set up on February 19 – has been removed by Elon Musk’s team.

The Kremlin has denied any involvement in Russian opposition leader Navalny’s death, dismissing claims Putin was involved.

In a deeply emotional video posted also posted on Navalny’s YouTube account, Yulia vowed to continue her husband’s work.

She said: “Three days ago, Vladimir Putin killed my husband Alexei Navalny.

“Putin killed the father of my children. Putin took away the most precious I had in my life – my most dear and the most loved man.

“Putin wanted to kill our hopes, our freedom, our future. To destroy and nullify it.

“My husband couldn’t be broken, and that’s exactly why Putin killed him.

“I want to live in a free Russia, I want to build a free Russia. I will continue the work of Alexei Navalny.”

Yulia hadn’t seen her husband for two years before his tragic death as he was behind bars and she was staying outside of Russia with their two kids Dasha, 22 and Zahar, 15.

Navalny was found dead at the feared “Polar Wolf” jail on Friday, where he was serving a three-decade sentence, after he went on a walk, prison authorities said.

Russia gave the official cause of death as “sudden death syndrome” on Saturday.

But no one has been allowed to see his body yet outside of Russian cops and selected emergency responders as an autopsy is still yet to be conducted.

It has led to speculation over his “real” cause of death.

Navalny was the Kremlin’s leading domestic critic in Russia and had bravely challenged Putin’s rule and the horrific war in Ukraine.

His supporters always feared he would be assassinated while behind bars.

Bombshell claims from paramedics who have allegedly seen his corpse revealed he had bruises all over his body when the corpse was sent to the morgue.

Navalny has consistent marks that could show he was “murdered” under Vladimir Putin’s chilling regime after it was suggested he suffered a seizure in jail, sources said.

His level of bruising could point towards someone holding him down as he was convulsing, says the Novaya Gazeta Europe source.

Cops are now believed to be closely guarding the body in a hospital morgue at Salekhard district clinical hospital amid claims Russia had him killed.

But hospital pathologists have supposedly been banned from performing an autopsy on his body, the source added.

Navalny died at the ‘Polar Wolf’ prison colony

Yulia with Navalny in happier times

Timeline around Navalny’s death

A TIMELINE published by, a human rights group, revealed:

February 14: Several officers from the FSB, the Russian intelligence service, are said to have paid a visit to “Polar Wolf” prison — and proceeded to disconnect and dismantle some of the security cameras and listening devices there.

February 16, 2.17pm local time: Navalny, 47, was officially reported to have died.

February 16, 2.19pm: The prison service put out what appeared to be a prepared press release.

It read: “On February 16, 2024, in correctional colony No. 3, convict Navalny A.A. felt unwell after a walk, almost immediately losing consciousness.”

February 16, 2.23pm: A state-controlled channel on the Telegram messaging site claimed the cause of death was a blood clot, or thrombosis.

February 16, 2.30pm: Dmitry Peskov, the Kremlin’s spokesman, fronted the media about Navalny’s death.

February 16: US President Joe Biden blasted: “Make no mistake, Putin is responsible for Navalny’s death. Even in prison he was a powerful voice for the truth.”

February 16: Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy said: “Obviously, Putin killed him.”

February 17: Navalny’s mum Lyudmila Navalnaya, 69, said to be told she couldn’t see her son until an “examination” was completed.

February 17: Russian authorities claim the dad died of “sudden death syndrome”.

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