Russia drops charges against Prigozhin and others

ER Editor: We recommend a reading of the situation that Gene Decode recently gave. He claims the white hats/alliance are behind these events, which they can’t admit to. Prigozhin played a double or even triple game, paid handsomely by them while appearing to work for MI6 and the CIA, all the while working with Putin, who just came out much stronger. Traitors have been identified within the Russian military in Ukraine, and in the Ukrainian regions that voted to join Russia, as well as the Wagner Group itself; and 5 Ukrainian terror cells have been exposed on Russian soil. 5D chess played against the western deep state. 25 minutes of listening. He discusses so much more, including the submersible event.


Russia drops charges against Prigozhin and others who took part in brief rebellion

Russian authorities said Tuesday they have closed a criminal investigation into the armed rebellion led by mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, with no charges against him or any of the other participants.

Over the weekend, the Kremlin pledged not to prosecute Prigozhin and his fighters after he stopped the revolt on Saturday, even though President Vladimir Putin had branded them as traitors.

The charge of mounting an armed mutiny carries a punishment of up to 20 years in prison. Prigozhin escaping prosecution poses a stark contrast to how the Kremlin has been treating those staging anti-government protests.

Many opposition figures in Russia have received lengthy prison terms and are serving time in penal colonies notorious for harsh conditions.

The whereabouts of Prigozhin remained a mystery Tuesday, The Kremlin has said Prigozhin would be exiled to neighboring Belarus, but neither he nor the Belarusian authorities have confirmed that.

An independent Belarusian military monitoring project Belaruski Hajun said a business jet that Prigozhin reportedly uses landed near Minsk on Tuesday morning.

On Monday night, Putin once again blasted organizers of the rebellion as traitors who played into the hands of Ukraine’s government and its allies.

The media team for Prigozhin, the 62-year-old head of the Wagner private military contractor, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.



Featured image, Putin: RUSSIAN PRESIDENTIAL PRESS OFFIC/AFP via Getty Images

Featured image, Prigozhin: AP


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