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Wagner chief boasts he is turning convicted killers into ‘real CANNIBALS’

Wagner chief boasts turning convicted murderers into ‘true CANNIBALES’ after they were released from prison to join his mercenaries in Ukraine

  • Prigozhin was seen in a video at a special training ground for his private army
  • He boasted that he turns prisoners into “cannibals” before sending them to Ukraine

Wagner warlord Yevgeny Prigozhin boasted that he turns convicted murderers into “true cannibals” after they are released from prison to join his dreaded band of mercenaries.

Prigozhin was seen in a video at a special training ground for his private paramilitary fighters in the village of Molkino in the Krasnodar region of southern Russia.

Prigozhin’s mercenary group consists of about 50,000 prisoners, including rapists and murderers, who will be pardoned and free to live in society, no matter how heinous their crimes, if they survive six months of war.

The Wagner chief boasted that he turns the prisoners into “real cannibals” before sending them to Ukraine.

Wagner warlord Yevgeny Prigozhin boasted that he turns convicted murderers into ‘real cannibals’ after they are released from prison to join his fearsome group of mercenaries

Prigozhin Was Seen In A Video At A Special Training Ground For His Private Paramilitary Fighters (Pictured) In The Village Of Molkino In The Krasnodar Region Of Southern Russia

Prigozhin was seen in a video at a special training ground for his private paramilitary fighters (pictured) in the village of Molkino in the Krasnodar region of southern Russia

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Ukrainian BMP-2 infantry fighting vehicles drive in a convoy on an icy road in the Donetsk region on Monday

“This is an additional training base for our fighters,” Prigozhin said in the video, as Wagner troops conducted combat exercises behind him.

“Basic training is in Molkino (Krasnodar region) and here experienced fighters receive additional training in their specialties.

“So they breed there (in Molkino) young eagles. And here they make real cannibals.’

Prigozhin, himself a former prisoner after assaulting and robbing a woman, has become a billionaire under Putin’s rule, and he also runs troll factories pumping Russian propaganda onto social media.

He mocked his enemies who criticized him for leading a private army with terrible losses at the front.

Prigozhin Was Seen In A Video At A Special Training Ground For His Private Paramilitary Fighters (Pictured) In Molkino

Prigozhin was seen in a video at a special training ground for his private paramilitary fighters (pictured) in Molkino

Ukrainian Soldiers Fire A Mortar At A Frontline As The Russian Assault On Ukraine Continues, In Bakhmut, On January 27

Ukrainian soldiers fire a mortar at a frontline as the Russian assault on Ukraine continues, in Bakhmut, on January 27

He denounced those who “once served in the army” or “once wore the shoulder straps of a general” in the “distant past.”

He said, ‘Live in the present. (This is) a war unlike anything that has happened, in the last century or this – except WWII.’

It was previously reported that Wagner recruited at least one “maniac” killer convicted of cannibalism and “hundreds of killers” to fight in Putin’s war.

Olga Romanova, from human rights group Russia Behind Bars, told Mozhem Obyasnit media outlet: ‘We are starting to hear that he has also started hiring rapists.

“They also brought a maniac from (a prison in) the Saratov region, who has cannibalism in his ‘portfolio’.”

Meanwhile, Putin is said to have turned on Prigozhin after he “didn’t get the hint” and continued to boast that his troops were more successful than the Russian army.

And the Wagner chief has risked further angering the Russian president by denouncing the Moscow generals as “a bunch of clowns.”

Prigozhin is increasingly seen as an increasing threat to the Kremlin leader with his day-to-day grandeur and frank boasting.

Last week, he claimed his ragbag fighters performed greater feats of heroism than the Soviet soldiers in the Battle of Stalingrad, a major military turning point in World War II.

He has also openly mocked General Valery Gerasimov – the Russian commander-in-chief – who ordered the Russian soldiers to shave their beards as part of a disciplinary action in the armed forces.

Russia’s defense chiefs were “a bunch of clowns” looking to “glamorize the military,” raged Prigozhin, a Soviet-era prisoner who became famous for hosting banquets and running online troll factories for Putin.

“Women war correspondents go into the absolute heat of (war),” Prigozhin said.

Prisoners fight better than guard units. Soldiers with a broken spine pass on their military experience in training camps and move around like robots.

“And a bunch of clowns try to teach warriors, exhausted from heavy military work, how often to shave—and what perfume to use to greet commanders-in-chief.”

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