Five clues Putin FAKED meeting with ‘sickly’ attack dog Kadyrov after footage revealed to be ‘filmed over a month ago’ | The Sun

Five clues Putin FAKED meeting with ‘sickly’ attack dog Kadyrov after footage revealed to be ‘filmed over a month ago’ | The Sun

September 29, 2023

NEW clues have suggested Vladimir Putin may have faked his recent meeting with Chechen war monger Ramzan Kadyrov, as the two leaders continue to face mounting health issues.

A bizarre video was released yesterday showing the two leaders meeting in Moscow, but many have speculated that it was actually filmed over a month ago.

Advisor to the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Anton Gerashchenko, shared his thoughts on Twitter, and said five clues point to the meeting happening at another time.

The first clue was an abrupt stop in conversation between the two men.

He observed: "It shows the time on Putin's watch: 12:48. The full version of the video is less than four minutes, then Kadyrov's conversation with Putin stops abruptly."

Gerashchenko continued: "They published the first video at 13:11, and it only showed Kadyrov from the back. The full version was published at 13:22 and shows Kadyrov smiling."



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The conversation between the two leaders only lasted four minutes – something else the Ukrainian adviser says is suspicious.

The metadata is telling as well, he explained: "The video's metadata shows that it was edited on a MacBook. About a month ago, Apple products started being banned in government offices, starting with the Kremlin."

Gerashchenko has suggested this means the meeting took place a month or more prior, or someone in the Kremlin broke internal rules to edit the video.

Prior to the bizarre meeting, pro-Kremlin journalists were also asked to leave the room, raising further questions about the legitimacy of the discussion.

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And it's rumoured that the Chechen leader is still poorly in hospital, as his plane remains in Moscow and "enforced security" in the city's central hospital remains in place.

The hardman has been outspoken about the West during Vlad's shambolic war – threatening to attack Poland and demanding nukes be used on the frontline.

But similar to his Russian counterpart, Kadyrov has allegedly been battling a disease and was rumoured to have slipped into a coma after another "mystery illness".

In March, the father of 14 laughed off rumours in a Telegram post.

He wrote: "For those who console themselves with the hope that I am terminally ill, I am sorry to upset you."

Reports at the time suggested that Kadyrov was already very unwell and unable to speak but its rumoured that his condition has worsened.

When the two last got together in March, puffy Putin was seen clutching the table with an iron grip.

Bombshell spy documents leaked to The Sun meanwhile previously appeared to confirm the Russian dictator has pancreatic cancer and early-stage Parkinson's disease.



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Last April it was revealed surgeon Yevgeny Selivanov, of Moscow's Central Clinical Hospital, had flown to Putin no less than 35 times in Black Sea resort Sochi.

Putin suffers “bouts of coughing, dizziness, sleep disturbances, abdominal pain [and] constant nausea” as well as “the manifestation of symptoms of Parkinson's disease and schizoaffective disorder”, it has alleged. 

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