Russia says Prigozhin remains under investigation: new "twist" confused Russians
The head of the private military company Wagner, Evgeny Prigozhin, remains under investigation in Russia. A rebellion case was filed against the war criminal.
It is noteworthy that citizens of the Russian terrorist country did not like this turn of events, and they began accusing the Kremlin of lying. The Russian propaganda media wrote about it.
As of the morning of June 26, the criminal case on the organization of an armed insurgency, the main figure in which was the leader of the Vagner Cheka Evgeny Prigozhin, has not been terminated.
The Russian media also stated that the Federal Security Service's investigative directorate continues to investigate Prigozhin's actions. It is worth noting that armed insurrection in an aggressor country of the Russian Federation is punishable by 12 to 20 years in prison.
At the moment, the fate of Prigozhin has not yet been decided, but Russians have already been outraged by the actions of the FSB. Moreover, they reproached the Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin for lying, saying that he promised not to pursue the leader of the Wagner PMC after the attempted coup.
Russians recalled the Kremlin assassin that he also promised not to raise the retirement age and leave power forever back in 2008. Russian citizens also complained that instead of a military mutiny they are shown a performance and tried to defend the war criminal Prigozhin.
Moreover, the Russians, offended by the Kremlin, reproached Putin's press secretary Dmitry Peskov for lying, but at the same time urged him not to get distracted by Prigozhin, lest the "royal throne" be stolen from Putin.
As a reminder, propagandist Margarita Simonyan said that there is nothing wrong with the fact that the owner of the "Wagner" PMC Evgeny Prigozhin remains at large after the mutiny he staged in Russia . According to her, the Russian laws can "go to hell," the main thing is not to have a civil war.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL:
- June 24, Prigozhin's Wagner PMC "captured" Rostov, passed Voronezh region and reached Elets in the Lipetsk region. There the "march to Moscow" was stopped: Prigozhin announced the return of mercenaries to "field camps" allegedly because they did not want to "spill Russian blood". The columns turned back, and late in the evening the Wagnerians rolled up their military equipment and left Rostov.
- Within a day, Wagner destroyed an aircraft and six helicopters with crews, and at least 13 pilots were eliminated in total. In addition, there were ten Russian servicemen in the downed plane.
- Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that agreements had been reached with the mercenaries, under which the criminal case against Prigozhin would be closed and he would go to Belarus. Later, the Russian media reported that the case against Prigozhin was not closed.
- Prigozhin himself said he was satisfied with his "march," although he had not reached the goals he'd stated. "It's okay, cheered everyone up," he stated.