Cafe where Tatarsky was blown up is located 1.5 km from Putin's apartment: Media reveals high-profile details
The café in St Petersburg where the odious Russian propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky was killed is located 1.5 kilometres from the apartment of Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin. The catering establishment was run by the former son-in-law of war criminal Yevgeny Prigozhin.
It is noteworthy that the establishment caused irritation among local residents, who complained about noise and violations of sanitary standards. This was reported by the Telegram channel "We Can Explain" (to see the photo, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Since 2010, the owner of the premises blown up the day before has been Concord Management and Consulting, and the perpetrator Prigozhin is its founder and director. The cafe used to be a Russian Kitsch restaurant, but in 2016, the leader of the Wagner PMC closed it down.
It is worth noting that Prigozhin tried to deny any connection with the new owners of the establishment, and he recently stated that he had allegedly transferred the cafe to the Cyber Front Z movement.
Later it turned out that the owner and manager was Alexander Sklyarov. At the same time, a person with such data drives the car of Yevgeny Prigozhin's daughter and regularly violates traffic rules. The journalists managed to find out that Sklyarov is the ex-husband of Polina Prigozhina, the daughter of the leader of the Wagner PMC.
Sources close to the Prigozhin family said that several years ago the couple divorced with a scandal, after which Sklyarov stopped being the manager of the cafe.
It was also found out that local residents were constantly complaining about this establishment, saying that it was noisy and violated sanitary standards. As a result, Rospotrebnadzor officials found serious violations there. For example, there was no ventilation at all in the workshops and many rooms, and the volume of music exceeded the permissible standards
It is interesting to note that the blown-up establishment is located just 1.5 km from dictator Putin's former apartment at 17 Vasilievsky Island, Line 2. It is now owned by the ex-wife of Russia's chief war criminal, Lyudmila Ocheretnaya.
Recall that on April 2, Russian "war correspondent" Vladlen Tatarsky was killed in a powerful explosion at a Street Bar café in downtown St. Petersburg. According to preliminary data, the explosive was brought into the establishment by a girl: she sealed it in a statuette and gave it to the propagandist.
It is noteworthy that the odious "war correspondent" under the pseudonym Vladlen Tatarsky, who died as a result of an explosion in a cafe in St. Petersburg, himself indirectly became the order for his death. He insistently asked a guest in the hall to bring a statuette, in which the explosive was placed.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian Investigative Committee reported that Daria Trepova, a suspect in the murder of Russian military correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky, was detained in St. Petersburg. However, the citizens of the terrorist state were confused by several "nuances," in connection with which they expressed distrust of such information.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
The Institute for War Studies suggested that Vladlen Tatarsky's murder was intended as a warning to the owner of the Wagner PMC, Yevhen Prigozhin.
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