Video Appears To Show Putin Ally Recruiting Convicts To Fight In Ukraine

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Video appears to show putin ally recruiting convicts to fight in ukraine

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Video Appears To Show Putin Ally Recruiting Convicts To Fight In Ukraine” – below is their description.

Yevgeny Prigozhin, a Russian oligarch known as “Putin’s chef,” is purportedly shown in a video telling a group of prisoners that their sentences will be commuted if they go to fight in Ukraine for six months.

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