Russian President Vladimir Putin has disclosed shocking details about the August plane crash involving Yevgeny Prigozhin, leader of the Wagner Group. Contrary to previous speculations, Putin states that “pieces of a hand grenade” were found in the bodies of the victims, dismissing the theory of “external influence.”
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• Disturbing Discovery: According to Putin, the investigation report reveals that the bodies of the victims contained “pieces of a hand grenade.”
• No External Influence: Putin categorically denied any external factors contributing to the crash, such as missile strikes or sabotage.
• Wagner Leadership’s Recklessness: Putin shockingly revealed that the plane crashed due to the “Wagner leadership getting drunk and setting off a hand grenade during the flight.”
The revelation by Russian President Vladimir Putin concerning the ill-fated flight of Yevgeny Prigozhin, leader of the Wagner Group, adds a layer of complexity to an already opaque situation. While Putin dismissed the idea of “external influence,” the claim that “pieces of a hand grenade” were found in the victims’ bodies shifts the narrative significantly.
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