OPEN LETTER N.And. ORTAKOVSKI TO CHELYABINSK "ECHO OF MOSCOW"
Sent to the Echo as appalled by this transfer to Chelyabinsk echo
Mr. A. Polozov
Mr. V. Shagiyev
Hearing yesterday, 02.07.2018, repeat transfer "did the protest movement..." in which You try to mock against Boris Zolotarevskoe, discussing the reasons for his absence in the air, can not remain silent and want to Express their opinion on the matter.
Your behavior and style of transmission causes a feeling of disgust.
Whose order are we doing, gentlemen?
You didn't know it was blocked by hoodlums hired by JSC GOK Tominskiy under the guise of a private security company?
Unfortunately, in our time, who has the microphone, and true.
But even with RMK formational created a vacuum, which is accompanied by all the truthful information about the negative impacts of the project Tominsk GOK would do well to remember that Tominskiy mining enterprise of the 1st class of danger and you live here and hopefully not going to leave!
What do you know about Goku? What documents you personally read, so sneer, ignoring the danger of MCC?!
What's your business with whom and where he lives, Boris. Who are you to discuss live the personal life of another person in his absence?
A shame that such a respected radio stations such journalists.
Unlike You, we are their arguments presented on the basis of the design documentation that all sorts of hook or by crook manages to produce and to study. And you? Blindly believing fairy tales about "water" and "sand"!?
Many thanks to Boris that he does not leave this problem from the information field, taking the brunt of the administrative burden.
Send to Your address a real impartial reporting of the BBC journalist and comments of the independent expert, S. V. Knyazeva. Unfortunately, she was unable to meet with the BBC journalist, so these comments were born.
I believe that you are obliged to apologize to Boris Zolotarevsky live and to give truthful information about the attack of employees chop which was committed on the territory of the common areas.