Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigogine may decide to launch Russian coup after cancer diagnosis because he has ‘nothing to lose’
Insiders have revealed the coup chief, 62, has endured ‘years of intensive therapy’
Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin may have decided to launch his surprise coup in Moscow after his cancer diagnosis because he has ‘nothing to lose’, insiders claim tonight.
Kremlin insiders have revealed that the coup leader, 62, endured ‘years of intensive therapy’ for stomach cancer before he was pardoned and turned his hand against his former friend, Russian President Vladimir Putin, 70.
Speaking to his fighters, he said he decided to attack where he vowed to ‘punish Russia’ after blaming the Kremlin for a missile attack on a Wagner training camp in Bakhmu, Ukraine, in which he was killed. dozen
Alluding to his illness, a former Wagner member suggested the warlord had nothing to lose, telling The Sun: ‘It’s a man whose stomach and intestines have been cut out!’.
A raid on his St. Petersburg palace earlier this month yielded documents revealing his cancer treatment as well as medical equipment used to treat the disease.
Wagner leader Yevgeny Prigozhin may decide to launch his surprise coup in Moscow after his cancer diagnosis because he has ‘nothing to lose’, insiders claim tonight
Members of Wagner’s group attacked Moscow earlier this month as part of an attempted coup
Recent rumors of Prigogine’s cancer diagnosis are similar to those suggesting that Putin is also suffering from serious cancer
Investigators discovered a large cache of assault weapons and ammunition, gold bars, a stuffed alligator and a framed photograph purported to show the severed head of the exiled private military leader’s enemies.
The campaign images also feature a large closet containing a variety of wigs in a variety of styles and colors, from gray to smooth brown.
Images were leaked to state-backed Russian Telegram channels purporting to show Prigozhin wearing a wig as part of various disguises.
The quality of some of the impersonations is laughable, leading to the assumption that they have been doctored in an attempt to further discredit Wagner’s head.
But Prigogine’s supporters have declared that leaking the images could violate Russia’s strict national security laws, suggesting the oligarch is acting as a state agent, given Wagner’s ties to Russia’s military intelligence service, the GRU.
Prigogine’s cancer diagnosis is similar to the latest rumors suggesting that Putin is also suffering from a serious cancer after being seen with a swollen face and trembling legs.