Russian Pro-War Writer Zakhar Prilepin Emerges from Coma After Car Bomb Attack
Russian Pro-War Writer Injured in Car Bombing Emerges from Coma, Spokeswoman Reports
Russian writer Zakhar Prilepin, known for his strong backing of Russia’s actions in Ukraine, sustained injuries in a car accident in the Nizhny Novgorod region of Russia. Driver Passes Away: Tragic News for Man in Question
Suspect Alexander Permyakov reportedly confesses to working for Ukraine, according to investigators.
Prilepin’s spokesperson reported on Sunday that the writer was “feeling well”.
Despite the circumstances, he maintains a positive attitude. GOOD NEWS: He is in good health. According to the spokesperson Yelizaveta Kondakova, state media reported that he conveyed his gratitude to his family.
Nizhny Novgorod Governor, Gleb Nikitin, reported on Telegram that the writer’s condition is “stable” and that he is in “good spirits”.
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Renowned Russian writer, who has won several prizes and has also served in Moscow’s violent conflicts in Chechnya, has become one of the most acclaimed authors in Russia. Prior to 2014, the writer was an outspoken opponent of President Vladimir Putin.
Prilepin, a prominent figure in Russian ultranationalist politics, has apparently shifted his stance in recent years and now fervently backs the Ukraine invasion, having seemingly reconciled with Mr. Putin.
A 47-year-old individual has confessed to engaging in combat alongside pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine and has expressed a desire for the “reunification of Kyiv with Russia”.
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Alexander Permyakov has been accused by Russia’s Investigative Committee (SK) of detonating a remote-controlled bomb, causing significant damage to Prilepin’s Audi. The SK, which is responsible for handling serious crimes such as terrorism, is leading the investigation.
Suspected criminal claims to have been apprehended in a nearby village, according to law enforcement sources. Region located over 425km (265 miles) to the east of Moscow.
SK Alleges: “Admission of Doing Assignment for Ukrainian Secret Services”
Atesh, a partisan group comprising of Ukrainians and Crimean Tartars, has claimed responsibility for the assault on Prilepin.
On Telegram, it was written, “We had a feeling that sooner or later he would be blown up.” Passengers were not alone in the car as a surprise was found on the underside of the vehicle.
Atesh’s claims cannot be verified by the Networkustad.
The Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) has declined to comment on the recent attack and the accusation made by the Russian Foreign Ministry that Ukraine, with the support of the US government, targeted Prilepin. This response from the SBU is in line with their standard protocol.
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