Russian President Vladimir Putin allegedly suffered from a "cardiac arrest" following months of speculation about his health.
The warmonger is said to have fallen ill on Sunday (October 22), according to a Telegram channel. General SVR often posts about Putin’s supposed terminal conditions and has also sensationally claimed all the dictator's recent public appearances have been carried out by a body double, the Daily Star previously reported.
The channel, which claims to have a source inside the President's entourage, reckons he is dying and even claimed doctors had to "resuscitate" Putin during this particular incident. He was then allegedly moved to his official residence's intensive care unit.
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"At about 21:05 Moscow time, security officers of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who were on duty at the residence, heard noise and sounds of falling coming from the president's bedroom," the channel claimed. "Two security officers immediately followed into the president's bedroom and saw Putin lying on the floor next to the bed and an overturned table with food and drinks."
"Probably, when the president fell, he hit the table and dishes and knocked them onto the floor, which caused the noise. Putin convulsively arched while lying on the floor, rolling his eyes. The doctors who were on duty at the residence and located in one of the adjacent rooms were immediately called."
General SVR said Putin's condition had since been "stabilised" adding he had been moved to a "specially-equipped room" at his Moscow home kitted out with "the necessary medical equipment for resuscitation."
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The channel continued: "We have already repeatedly talked about the deterioration of Putin’s health due to oncology and a number of other diseases. This case of cardiac arrest seriously alarmed the president’s inner circle, despite the fact that the attending doctors had already warned that Putin was very ill and was unlikely to live until the end of autumn."
While the channel regularly makes concerning claims about Putin's health, it has never provided any proof of the existence of its source. The latest reports from the Telegram channel remain unverified at the time of writing.
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