Russian top officials “are at each other’s throats over invasion deaths and are afraid to break bad news to the unsuspecting Putin,” the doctors say

RUSSIA’S senior leaders are at each other’s throats over the true extent of casualties in the Ukraine invasion — and afraid to break the bad news to Vladimir Putin, leaked US spy documents reportedly show.

The pathetic infighting has come to light after collecting more classified intelligence documents leaked online this week.

Russian President Vladimir Putin's inner circle is locked in fierce fighting, secret documents have been exposed


Russian President Vladimir Putin’s inner circle is locked in fierce fighting, secret documents have been exposedPhoto credit: AFP
Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was at the center of the insidious behavior


Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu was at the center of the insidious behaviorPhoto credit: Reuters

The tensions stem from disputed figures on the death toll since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, revealed by the New York Times in a 53-page classified document.

The report showed that the domestic intelligence agency FSB accused the military of covering up the extent of the casualties Putin has suffered.

It also revealed the cowardice of Russian military officials, who were petrified of tutoring mad Vlad with accurate numbers that illustrated a failed campaign.

In one document, American intelligence officials claimed that the FSB had “accused” the country’s defense ministry of “covering up Russian casualties in Ukraine.”

It said FSB officials denied the ministry’s tribute, which did not include the National Guard dead and wounded, Wagner mercenaries and fighters deployed by Chechen warlord Ramzan Kadyrov.

The FSB “calculated that the actual number of Russians wounded and killed in combat was closer to 110,000,” the document said.

The last time the ministry publicly announced the death toll was in September 2022.

Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said at the time that 5,937 Russian soldiers had been killed since they invaded Ukraine.

The paranoia in Putin’s war cabinet was first revealed when his ex-bodyguard Gleb Karakulov shed light on the delusional Russian leader.

Karakulov was a captain in the Federal Guard but has since fled the country after belittling Putin’s regime.

He branded the Russian president a “war criminal” and claimed he had brainwashed his minions to “worship him in every way”.

Karakulov also claimed that Putin is fighting his own inner demons in complete isolation.

He said: “He is morbidly afraid for his life.

“He surrounds himself with an impenetrable barrier of quarantines and an information vacuum.

“He only receives information from his closest circle, so he lives in an information vacuum.”

The secret papers also revealed another obvious mistake by the regime – the finger-pointing among Russian authorities responsible for the failure of the war.

It provided details of a public dispute between Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin and Shoigu.

The report claimed that the bloodthirsty Prigozhin berated military officials for depriving his fighters of much-needed ammunition.

The dispute between the two became so heated that Putin intervened and mediated a “peace meeting” in February, it said.

The exposure of underhanded behavior in Putin’s inner circle comes as leaked documents revealed that a British spy plane was nearly shot down by the Russians.

According to the report, the Russian jet was flying over the Black Sea when its pilot believed he had permission to fire on an RAF RC-135 riveted joint.

Fortunately, the missile malfunctioned and a potentially catastrophic incident was averted.

The findings were submitted to the Ministry of Defense, which has vigorously denied the account of the incident disclosed in the documents.

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A Defense Department spokesman said: “A significant portion of the content of these reports is untrue, fabricated, or both.

“We strongly caution against anyone taking the veracity of these claims at face value and also advise them to take the time to question the source and purpose of such leaks.”

Putin's ex-bodyguard claimed the leader had gone delusional


Putin’s ex-bodyguard claimed the leader had gone delusionalPhoto credit: Getty
An unarmed RAF link was attacked by Russian jets


An unarmed RAF link was attacked by Russian jetsPhoto credit: RAF


PaulLeBlanc is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. PaulLeBlanc joined Dailynationtoday in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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