Putin Defied Leader of Wagner Group Possibly Dead

Putin Defied? Leader of Wagner Group Possibly Dead – Shocking Details!

Government officials refrained from commenting extensively on the circumstances surrounding the downing of a flight carrying Prigozhin and nine others. Instead, they emphasized that this tragic event seemed like a probable outcome following his failed mutiny against Moscow in June.

During his vacation at Lake Tahoe, President Joe Biden was asked whether Russian President Vladimir Putin might be linked to the crash of Prigozhin’s private plane. Biden responded cautiously, saying, “There’s not much that happens in Russia that Putin’s not behind, but I don’t know enough to know the answer.”

The Federal Air Transport Agency disclosed that the ill-fated plane had been en route from Moscow to St. Petersburg. You may also check Shocking Twist: Zimbabwe Cricket Legend Heath Streak Reported Dead.

Mykhailo Podolyak, an adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, released a statement, suggesting, “The demonstrative elimination of Prigozhin and the Wagner command two months after the coup attempt is a signal from Putin to Russia’s elites ahead of the 2024 elections.”

The White House confirmed that President Joe Biden had been briefed on the plane crash in Russia. Biden shared his thoughts with reporters, stating, “I don’t know for a fact what happened, but I’m not surprised.” He then reiterated the common sentiment, noting, “There’s not much that happens in Russia that Putin’s not behind, but I don’t know enough to know the answer.”

White House National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson issued a statement earlier, expressing that officials were closely monitoring the reports of the plane crash. She remarked, “If confirmed, no one should be surprised. The disastrous war in Ukraine led to a private army marching on Moscow, and now — it would seem — to this.”

It was disclosed that the Russian president and Prigozhin had met face to face on June 29, less than a week after the failed coup, as confirmed by the Kremlin.

On July 3, Prigozhin took to social media to assert that the rebellion aimed at “fighting traitors and mobilizing our society.” You should also read Legendary Italian Crooner Toto Castagno Passes Away at 80.

He added optimistically, “I think we have achieved a lot of it. In the near future, I am sure that you will see our next victories at the front. Thanks, guys.” This message marked his last known public appearance, in a video dated August 21 from an undisclosed location in Africa. In the year 2018, accusations surfaced entangling Prigozhin, as U.S.

prosecutors initiated legal action against him, asserting his complicity in channeling funds to the Internet Research Agency (IRA). This entity was classified as a Russian “troll enclave” by U.S. authorities and was indicted for engineering digital campaigns aimed at capitalizing on political and societal rifts within America.

Allegations put forth by the U.S. Department of Justice contended that the IRA engaged in a conspiracy “to deceive the United States… with the intention of manipulating U.S. political and electoral mechanisms, including the presidential election of 2016.”

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