Did Putin kill Yevgeny Prigozhin? Probes show Russians are skeptical

Western-based survey groups are skeptical of the circumstances surrounding Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s death, as the circumstances surrounding his short-lived rebellion against Russian President Vladimir Putin remain a mystery. President Biden has suggested Prigozhin’s death has Putin’s fingerprints on it, and U.S. officials suspect a planned explosion on Prigozhin’s plane caused the aircraft to fall from the sky on a clear, sunny day, killing all 10 people on board.

The Kremlin’s efforts to shape the public narrative have led to a wide range of interpretations of the plane crash, with some suggesting it was an accident or a sinister attack. The Kremlin has denied any involvement in the crash, and Russia’s Investigative Committee is probing the crash. The Kremlin has rejected an investigation under “international rules after Brazil’s Center for Research and Prevention of Aeronautical Accidents offered to join a Russian-led investigation to improve aircraft safety.

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The Kremlin’s public opinion on Prigozhin’s death is expected to be influenced by the Kremlin’s ability to shape the public narrative. Putin labeled Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin a traitor” in the aftermath of his death, but many of the circumstances surrounding his death remain a mystery.

President Biden has suggested Prigozhin’s death has Putin’s fingerprints on it, and U.S. officials suspect a planned explosion on Prigozhin’s plane caused the aircraft to fall from the sky on a clear, sunny day, killing all 10 people on board.

The speculation that Russian President Vladimir Putin was involved in Wagner Group leader Yevgeny Prigozhin’s death has grown, but the circumstances surrounding his death remain a mystery. Groups monitoring Russian public opinion say narratives on social media and in Russian news articles vary widely between viewing the plane crash as an accident or a sinister attack. Much of this has to do with the Kremlin’s own efforts, Jonathan Teubner, CEO and founder of FilterLabs.AI, said in an interview with The Hill.

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