Sick moment ‘Putin’s chef’ Prigozhin sends hammer to European parliament

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Sick moment 'putin's chef' prigozhin sends hammer to european parliament

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Sick moment ‘Putin’s chef’ Prigozhin sends hammer to European parliament” – below is their description.

Sick moment ‘Putin’s chef’ Prigozhin sends bloodied hammer to European parliament. The head of Russian private army Wagner has trolled the West showing a bloodied sledgehammer he wants to present to the European Parliament. Vladimir Putin ‘s crony Yevgeny Prigozhin was responding to a vote to declare Russia a ‘state sponsor of terrorism’. The sick stunt relates to an episode in which a Wagner fighter from Russia was bludgeoned to death with a sledgehammer after defecting to Ukraine, before being exchanged back allegedly at his request.

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