Russian security raids the mansion of Yevgeny Prigozhin in St. Petersburg finding weapons and saliva treasure


Russian security agents raided a mansion owned by Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader Wagner Group in St. Petersburg, and found in it on June 24 a saliva treasure, mostly gold bars and packages worth millions of US dollars, along with artifacts, and an arsenal of weapons, in addition to fake passports.

In the palace, they also found strange pictures that they found in his office, in which Yevgeny Prigozhin appears in various disguises, and they found a corner dedicated to prayer, crowded with religious icons.

In the huge palace, according to the Russian authorities, there is a swimming pool, sauna, gym and medical room, as well as a helipad.








It also contains several military clothes for most important ranks, and a large treasury containing a number of wigs of different shapes and colors, with types of medals awarded by the Russian authorities to Prigozhin, who currently self-exiled in neighboring Belarus, after his attempt to rebel against Putin last month.

The Russian security agents also found in the palace pictures of severed heads that appeared to belong to Prigozhin’s personal enemies, in addition to a letter indicating that on June 20 last year he was awarded the prestigious title of “Hero of Russia”, which isn’t mentioned before in any media.

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