Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

News

Russia’s ‘Staged’ Assassination Plot Evidence Includes Sims 3

Russia’s staged assassination plot images include sims 3 video games.

Credit: FSB

A Ukrainian Neo-Nazi Plot has been accused by Russian security services to be a plot to assassinate a pro-Kremlin journalist.

It is to be believed that there was confusion amongst the agents planting the false evidence between SIM cards and the Sims video games.

Vladimir Putin, the Russian President, had this to say on Monday:

‘This morning, the Federal Security Service (FSB) stopped the activities of a terrorist grouping that planned to attack and kill one famous Russian tv journalist.’

Six people have been arrested in connection to the accused plot to assassinate Vladimir Solovyov, a pro-Kremlin tv journalist according to the Investigative Committee of Russia.

Images were released that have been said to be a part of the findings of the Neo-Nazi raid which included photos of Adolf Hitler and the SS “Totenopk” patch. There were also fake Ukrainian passports, drugs, and Sims 3 video games. 

The strange details have been rumored to be a mistake made by agents planting evidence who were supposed to plant 3 mobile phone SIM cards. 

A journalist with BBC’s Monitoring service homely said:

‘Who knew they were into The Sims 3?’

The founder of Bellingcat, an open-source investigation agency, Eliot Higgins said:

‘I genuinely believe this is a dumb FSB officer being told to get 3 SIMs.’

There were claims made on Monday on Russian state television that said that President Volodymyr Zelensnkyy was once told on a Russian television audition that he was not talented enough. 

Putin’s reasoning for war to “deNazify” Ukraine, had stemmed from the Russian propaganda of Neo-Nazis. 

Check out how Russian officials entice people to get the COVID vaccine with ice cream.

Written By

You May Also Like

News

The USA has reached lowest numbers in a decade for interested people considering migrating.

News

ChatGPT is an AI software that is causing a storm. It is an online model of code that has the ability to produce conversations...

News

A Mexican gray wolf named Asha was captured by The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish this week. Read about her controversial trek.

News

By offering them in exchange for taking their pledge against hatred, UF Hillel is fighting antisemitism one bagel at a time.

News

Moving forward, Republican voters and lawmakers must define "pro-life" for their party.

News

In 2020, over an alleged incident with his girlfriend, Mr. Roiland was charged with one count of domestic battery with corporal injury and one...

News

Another bogus public lawsuit from Trump backfired in his face... and this one is large!

Climate

Global warming is fueling extreme weather

News

Hear ye, hear ye, for a price, you can become a lord, lady, or laird in the mystical land of Scotland... or can you?

News

Leaving England just after 22:00, the jet suffered an 'anomaly', according to the company, and shortly returned to base.