The man with Putin’s “red button” was shot in his home

Matty Burnhart, Knitted News23.06.22 11:13 24 in Sivan Tishpev

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Vadim Zimin, a senior officer in the Putin regime who was in charge of carrying the case containing the president’s nuclear codes, was found shot at his home near Moscow.

Zimin, 53, is in critical condition in the hospital’s intensive care unit.

The case in which the codes are located is always with the president, meaning Zimin accompanied the president on a daily basis. Zimin has held the post since replacing Putin’s personal adviser, former Russian President Boris Yeltsin.

Zimin was found shot in the kitchen of his home in the Moscow district. Zimin was facing a charge of taking bribes and was under house arrest.

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It is not yet clear whether Putin has anything to do with the incident, but according to evidence, the Russian president’s hive is small and small, and has become one built only by a few associates, while becoming increasingly isolated in the wake of the war in Ukraine.

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