Vladimir Putin is very “worried” there could be a coup as there are many “whispers and rumours of people who might potentially stop” the Russian President from his “inner circle.”
Since Putin’s invasion of Ukraine there has been at least five Kremlin linked officials who have all mysteriously died who were not “outspoken critics” of the Russian President.
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Nico Hines, the world editor for the Daily Beast, told France24 that the oligarchs and Kremlin officials who were all mysteriously found dead along with their families, were not “outspoken critics” of Putin, but “generally those who have been a part of the inner circle.”
Hines said, “I think we should take it as a good sign.
“I don’t believe in coincidences, so as far as I’m concerned most of these are probably assassinations by people in the FSB, whether or not directly on orders of the Kremlin.
“These are not outspoken critics.
“These are people who are generally those who have been a part of the inner circle.
“At the start, there was speculation about whether the oligarchs could talk Putin down and pull him back from the brink.”
He added, “Obviously, they failed at that.
“But these deaths suggest that Putin is worried, that he is trying to get control again of influential people in Moscow.
“It suggests there are whispers and rumours of people who might potentially stop Putin.”