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Baku/03.11.21/Turan: Blogger and founder of the Azad Soz (Free Word) channel Tural Sadygly claimed an attack on his car in London on November 2.

In a video posted on youtube channel Azad Soz he said that while being engaged in shooting real estate owned by President Ilham Aliyev's family in London, the window of the car he had left in the parking lot was broken.

Sadygly's computer was stolen from the car, after which he deleted his social media accounts.

Sadygly complained to the London police.

Sadiyly noted that he had been announcing his trip to London for three weeks to film the Aliyev family's real estate following which he received threats on his messengers.

"I received death threats, problems to my family members in Azerbaijan," Sadygly stated.

He regards the attack on his car as continuation of those threats.

Sadygly assigned responsibility for the possible physical violence against him to the Azerbaijani authorities. At the same time, he stated that he would continue his investigations into the corruption.

It should be reminded that on October 3, the International Consortium for Investigative Journalism (ICIJ) published excerpts from about 11.9 million documents on the offshore accounts of some world leaders named as "Pandora's Dossier". As for the head of Azerbaijan, they say about the purchase of $700 million worth real estate abroad by members of his family.

Aliyev himself denied the Pandora's files on corruption. In an interview with the Italian newspaper La Repubblica he noted that there was iust 5% truth in the material. He added that in the past he had been a "successful businessman," and after he was elected President, he turned his business over to his family.-06D-

 

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