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    Hi, Jack,

    I would like to suggest to discard the passsage „pro-Kremlin officials and“ here: „Altogether, EUvsDisinfo, … propagated by pro-Kremlin officials and media“ because
    1. in the list of the „alternative theories“, there seems to be just one outlet by an official (the Russian ambassador to the UK),
    2. EuvsDisinfo itself refers to media only: „Two dozen different narratives … appeared in the Russian media so far“ [ https://euvsdisinfo.eu/figure-of-the-week-20/ ] and
    3. stresses in its info about the „Disinformation Review“: „It does not necessarily imply however that the outlet concerned is linked to the Kremlin or pro-Kremlin, …“ [ https://euvsdisinfo.eu/disinfo-review/ ].

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    I am Russian, to make it clear and easier for further allegation that I am a part of so called “propaganda”, although any any information sharing process is propaganda.
    generally speaking you use great words to “explain” people who is right and who is wrong.
    great that there some “experts” who tell that Russia is responsible for everything. To prove the statements of “free” media it is enough to say that there is evidence, however never actually show this evidence.
    In the world of double standards there is no such thing as presumption of innocence when it comes to Russia, nobody needs prove.
    Often it siad that there is some “history”, and this “history” was created by James Bond films and such. Great films though.

    Still thank you for the article.

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      In some cases the government (UK, USA, Russia, etc.) won’t release evidence to the public for very good reasons.

      They just don’t want to reveal, to their opponents, how good or bad their intelligence is, what methods they are using, etc.

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