Putin in ‘agony’ as he’s reportedly diagnosed with terminal bowel cancer, say Pentagon sources
The President of the Russian Federation is reportedly 'dying of terminal bowel cancer' according to sources within the United States Pentagon, as Putin continues his attacks on Ukraine
Putin is suspected to be dying after being diagnosed with bowel cancer, sources at the United States Pentagon are claiming.
It is said the President of Russia is in “agony” with people suggesting his pained expression is due to his illness.
Many have commented on his “puffy face” with intelligent officials saying this is a result of chemotherapy drugs or steroids.
An ex-military intelligence officer working at the Pentagon explained that analysts have studied the Russian politician and believe he is very sick.
“In the past we have seen him smile, but in 2022 there are few pictures of him looking happy,” he told the Daily Star
"His look suggests he is in pain and our people suggest his angry look is most likely as a result of him being in agony.
“Our people are confident he is ill – he is concerned about Covid as he keeps his staff at a distance.”
Others claim that Putin is using muscle-boosting drugs as people have noticed a change in his appearance.
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The former Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs and doctor Lord David Owen said he believes you can tell this by looking at his face.
“Look at his face, see how that has changed - he now has an oval face,” he told Times Radio.
“People who said, oh, it's plastic surgery or Botox, I don't believe that at all.”
He continued: "He's on either anabolic steroids as a bodybuilder - and he's very proud of his muscles and strips to the waist and everything like that - or he's on corticosteroids.
“If you're on these drugs, this gives you this face. It reduces your immunity and makes you more vulnerable to Covid.
“This man has been in complete isolation, quite extraordinary, won't see anybody, stays miles away, tremendous pressures.
“Which indicates he's on a steroid and probably, maybe, a combination of both.”
Russian troops invaded Ukraine on Putin’s order on Thursday, 24 February with multiple reports that the Russian Federation President has been in hiding or isolation since then.
Videos have been circulating online which social media users claim to show that he has been edited into footage instead of being present at political meetings.