Russian-Israeli travel blogger Alexander Lapshin, the man who was under global media spotlight for his arrest and extradition to Azerbaijan for visiting Artsakh, claims that celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain’s death may somehow be connected with the latter’s visit and filming of CNN’s Parts Unknown in Artsakh.
“Do you think this is connected somehow to his movie about Karabakh and Armenia? This man was widely criticized by Azerbaijan authorities because of that. Btw, just recently I have published the article in Le Monde called “Azerbaijani regime kidnaps and kills anyone it dislikes” and few days later this guy is gone by “suicide”. Just short remind – they called an attempt of my murder in Baku prison as “suicide” as well) p.s Anton Nosik, the well known Russian journalist “suddenly” gone after his Karabakh visit as well, not to mention that Azerbaijan threatened him as well”, Lapshin said on Facebook after news on Bourdain’s death began emerging, “Armenpress” reports.