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Coincidence? Wagner Chief Prigozhin Presumed DEAD After Plane Crash

Yevgeny Prigozhin plane crash


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 | By Richard Ahern Wagner mercenary leader Yevgeny Prigozhin, known for his rebellion against the Russian armed forces, was among the victims of a jet crash, according to official statements.

Details have emerged from the Russian civil aviation authority confirming his presence aboard the ill-fated Embraer flight — a revelation further backed by the Wagner-affiliated Telegram channel, Grey Zone.

The aircraft, en route from Moscow to St. Petersburg, met its tragic end in the Tver region.

Here are the chilling details:

Reports detail that the aircraft carried seven passengers and three crew members. Prigozhin, a significant figure in the mercenary world, led an unsuccessful mutiny against the Russian military earlier this year.

Locals reported hearing two loud bangs before witnessing the crash and two vapor trails were seen in the sky. The Tass news agency described the jet, a private Embraer Legacy, engulfed in flames upon impact. Of the ten on board, four bodies have been identified.

Just last month, Prigozhin orchestrated a significant movement. He shifted his forces from Ukraine, took control of the southern Russian city of Rostov on Don, and even hinted at a potential advance on Moscow. This bold strategy followed a prolonged period of disagreements with Russian military heads concerning the ongoing conflict in Ukraine.

Despite the tension, an agreement was eventually reached. The deal permitted the Wagner troops to migrate to Belarus or assimilate into the Russian military. Prigozhin chose Belarus but has since been spotted both in Russia and Africa.

Other key figures:

Footage of plane crash reportedly containing Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin

Unverified reports suggest Dmitry Utkin, a close ally of Prigozhin, was also on the flight. It’s been hinted that the two, along with other associates, were returning from a meeting with Russian Defence Ministry officials.

Interestingly, following the crash, another private jet associated with Prigozhin — also bound for St. Petersburg — abruptly returned to Moscow. Flight data reveals that the ill-fated Embraer Legacy 600 disappeared from radars at precisely 6:11 p.m.

Several clips have emerged on social media platforms. One particularly harrowing video showcases a plane resembling a private jet spiraling downwards. Another graphic clip displays the flaming remains of the crash, with at least one body discernible.

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