Spy Document Leaked with Info About Putin’s Health
There has been an alleged spy document leaked from Russia that indicates that Russian President Vladimir Putin has early-stage Parkinson’s disease as well as pancreatic cancer.
This is the latest unverified information on the vilified leader’s ill health. There have been rumors circulating about his illnesses for months now and he has been seen regularly twitching and unsteady in the public.
This has created some hope in Ukraine and the West that the dictator might be willing to relinquish his position of power.
Claims have been coming from opposition figures who have focused on his unexplained absences and his shaky public appearances. It’s becoming common belief that he is battling serious health problems but these rumors have been dismissed by the Kremlin.
Now there are emails from a Russian intelligence source that seems to confirm Putin, who is 70, has been diagnosed with cancer and Parkinson’s. This is according to “The Sun.”
The leaked documents allegedly said: “I can confirm he has been diagnosed with early stage Parkinson’s disease, but it’s already progressing. This fact will be denied in every possible way and hidden.”
Putin was recently seen with apparent track marks from IV treatment on the back of his hand. It has also been reported that he is regularly stuffed with heavy steroids and innovative painkillers through injections to stop the spread of cancer in his pancreas. He has pain, and swelling in his face and suffers from memory lapses. There are also rumors that the cancer is not just in his pancreas, but in his prostate as well.
“The Mirror” reported that Putin’s symptoms were a sign of the leader’s rapidly deteriorating health.
“In the past few months, Putin has lost eight kilograms, and those around the president are worried that the thinness and persistent cough that is noticeable in progress will be regarded by the elites as a sign of the leader’s rapidly deteriorating health,” they wrote.