Kremlin Military Bigwig Dies Mysteriously After Panned Putin Meeting

With the invasion of Ukraine continuing to flounder and falter, many of those involved have begun looking for the exits…much to the dismay of Vladimir Putin.

Putin’s war is unwinnable, this much appears certain.  His troops haven’t the will to continue this crusade of barbarism much longer, and with each passing day the Ukrainian forces they’re fighting are doing a heck of a job of upstaging them.

This has made the situation surrounding the Kremlin tense, and maybe even deadly.

ANOTHER mysterious death has rocked Russia as a tank boss suddenly died just one day after Vladimir Putin cancelled a meeting with him.

General Alexei Maslov, 69, suddenly fell ill and died on Christmas Day just after Putin axed a visit to the tank firm where he worked in Uralvagonzavod.

Maslov was the former head of the Russian ground forces and an ex-ambassador to Nato – and was reportedly not known to have any health problems before his sudden death.

Putin then suddenly cancelled his visit even as his convoy was in place and the roads had been cleared of snow.

This is becoming a bit of a problem for Putin.

Maslov’s death also follows the “sudden death” of Alexander Buzakov, 65, general director of Admiralty Shipyards in St Petersburg, in charge of building new submarines.

The FSB security service had formed an “investigative group” into the two deaths, reported Russian Telegram channel Redacted number 6.

Buzakov had been healthy the day before he died, and “nothing had been heard about Maslov’s health problems” before he died, said the channel.

Putin has been notorious for the sudden deaths of those he’s involved with, whether it be oligarchs who finance him, journalists who expose him, or military leaders who fail him.