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Putin’s motorcade attacked with explosives and ‘loud bang sounded from the left front wheel’ with ‘heavy smoke’ seen

by LLB political Reporter
14th Sep 22 11:04 am

Vladimir Putin’s motorcade was attacked with explosives used and a “loud bang” sounded from the tyrants armored car.

It is not known exactly when this took place but unverified reports on Telegram say the attack was recent.

A Kremlin insider who runs the General SVR Telegram channel said a car had blocked Putin’s motorcade and threw an explosive at the car which the Russian leader was in.

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General SVR said, “On the way to the residence, a few kilometers away, the first escort car was blocked by an ambulance, the second escort car drove around without stopping, a sudden obstacle, and while driving around the obstacle, the third car, in which Putin was, a loud bang sounded from the left front wheel followed by heavy smoke.”

The report claims that despite the explosion, the car carrying Putin managed to reach its destination. However, it adds that “the investigation into the incident and all information on it is classified.”

There are strong fears there could be a coup under way against Putin and thousands of Chechen fighters have been reportedly sent to Moscow.

There are strong fears there could be a coup under way against Vladimir Putin and thousands of Chechen fighters have been reportedly sent to Moscow.

Domestic discontent has been brewing across Russia for many months over the war in Ukraine and Putin has been accused of sending the “country back into the Cold War era.”

The former bodyguard of Viktor Zolotov heads up the Rosgvardia which is also known as Putin’s “private army” which has been used over the past six months to violently suppress anti-Putin demonstrations and to arrest those who call the special military operation a war.

The news site Kavkaz Center tweeted, “Interesting info from Chechnya.

“KC sources report that a large batch of armed #Kadyrovtsy has been transferred to #МMoscow .

“The numbers vary from 3 to 7 thousand. Allegedly at the command of Zolotov.

“There is no official data, but this information is widely disseminated among the population.”

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