Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin is officially dead

The plane crashed and all 10 people on board died as a result

by Sead Dedovic
Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin is officially dead
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Based on genetic tests, Russia's investigative committee has confirmed that 10 passengers on the plane listed by the Russian aviation board are dead. The Russian authorities have confirmed that DNA analyses have confirmed that the head of Wagner, Yevgeny Prigozhin, was killed in a plane crash, as reported by Russian officials.

Many wonder who is the main culprit for this?! According to Russian media outlets, the Russian investigative committee has confirmed that the 10 people whom the Russian Aviation Committee had listed as passengers on the plane were dead after what it called genetic examinations.

"As part of the criminal investigation into the plane crash in Tver Oblast, molecular genetic tests have been completed. According to our results, all ten passengers are dead," -statement reads. As you have probably heard by now, the plane flying from Moscow to St.

Petersburg crashed on Wednesday evening in the Tver region, with Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of Wagner, on the passenger list. The plane crashed and all 10 people on board died as a result.

Yevgeny Prigozhin and his fight

A revolt against Russian military leadership was led by Prigozhin on June 23 and 24.

The video footage posted online shows that the small jet trailed a plume of smoke before crashing into the ground where a fire started. According to Wagner fighters, a Russian anti-aircraft missile shot down the plane, resulting in the tragedy.

They blamed the Kremlin for the disaster. There have been reports that the Kremlin was to blame for the accident, but the Kremlin has denied these claims. Wagner's leader, Yevgeny Prigozhin, became a known figure to the public after his mercenary group played a part in Ukraine's war of independence and helped to make it known to the world.

The situation in Ukraine has become even more tense in the last few days. It seems that Ukrainians do not want to silently observe what is happening, and they have been very active lately.