Mercenary General Yevgeny Prigozhin is already in another country – “alive, healthy and free after the body of a lookalike died in a plane crash”. This is what Russian analyst Dr. Valery Solovei has to say. The funeral, organized by Russia, which Vladimir Putin does not want to attend, will not change anything.
However, Solovei does not claim that Prigozhin himself staged and faked his murder. His surprising explanation: Rather, the mercenary boss foiled an assassination attempt approved by Putin and prepared by the Security Council. Now he is preparing to take his revenge in exile. Wagner Boss will appear this year.
Valery Solovei, a former professor at the prestigious Moscow Institute of International Relations, a training school for spies and diplomats, accused Russian authorities of lying about the discovery of Prigozhin’s DNA at the crash site in the Tver area. In fact, because of the lookalike’s body, Putin knew that the attempt to kill the Wagner boss had failed.
Contrary to American intelligence, according to which the plane was destroyed by an explosion, the Russian political scientist claimed: “The plane in which Yevgeny Prigozhin was to fly was shot down by the Russian air defense system.” Explosion in the plane itself.
Dr. Solovki announced that he would announce Prigozhin’s alleged deportation country early next month. Wagner Boss, who is actually still alive, will not appear in public until later this year. Certainly since then: he wants revenge.
That Prigozhin may have staged his death is a conspiracy theory that is not entirely strange. After all, after his aborted rebellion two months earlier – indeed upon closer inspection earlier – the mercenary’s master had to hope he would not die a natural death.
Still, the recent revelatory story of a former university professor in Russia seems ridiculous. This contradicts many of the conclusions of Western and Russian officials and secret services. The theory is already causing ridicule and laughter online.