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Russian oligarch claims Putin is ‘very ill with blood cancer’ and is heard saying he ‘hope he dies’ or is ousted ‘in a coup’

by LLB staff reporter
13th May 22 11:01 am

A high profile Russian oligarch has been heard saying in an audio recording that Vladimir Putin is “very ill with blood cancer.”

The recording obtained by New Lines Magazine hears the high profile Russian oligarch saying he is “very ill” but the Kremlin’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov claims that Putin is “excellent” health.

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The outlet has said the oligarch was unaware he was being recorded and they have kept his identity secret for his safety.

The Russian businessman who has strong ties to the Kremlin could be heard saying that Putin has “absolutely ruined Russia’s economy, Ukraine’s economy and many other economies.”

He added, “The problem is with his head.…One crazy guy can turn the world upside down.”

Without identifying the oligarch the magazine said that he featured on the Russian Forbes list as the 200 richest businessmen.

He said, “we all hope” Putin dies from the cancer or from a politically-motivated cause, such as a coup.

He said that Putin is accountable for the deaths of “more than 15,000 Russian soldiers and 4,000 or 5,000 civilians in Ukraine.”

He added, “It’s unbelievable. For what?

“He killed more people than in 10 years in the [Soviet] Afghan war.”

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