Poison squad stalked Alexei Navalny on 40 flights, says Bellingcat investigator

As Russian opposition leader returns to Moscow, flight records show how Kremlin agents have been following him for years

Less than five months after an apparent novichok poisoning put him in a coma, Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was planning to fly into Moscow on Sunday, defying threats by Russian officials that he would be arrested and jailed immediately on arrival.

“Russia is my country, Moscow is my city. I miss it,” wrote Navalny in an Instagram post.

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