Putin’s Critic Who Was Poisoned, Speaks out After Coma Recovery

In an interview with NBC News, he said that he was poisoned by people at the Russian secret service.

Vladimir Kara-Murza, one of the Russian president Vladimir Putin’s most high-profile critics, gave his first interview after coming out of a coma.

Kara-Mirza, who is a Russian politician and a journalist, was suddenly taken ill during a meeting, and then diagnosed with poisoning.

In an interview with NBC News, he said that he was poisoned by people at the Russian secret service at the behest of President Putin, given the mysterious nature of the incident.

(With inputs from NBC News)