Russian businessman Yevgeny Prigozhin, who is known as the organizer of the illegal armed formation of the Wagner PMC, showed a case with a violin, which contained a sledgehammer with an engraved logo of the Wagner PMC and traces of "blood".

This is reported by Russian propagandists with reference to the press service of the company "Concord", which belongs to Prigozhin.

In such an inadequate way, one of Putin's henchmen reacted to the intention of the members of the European Parliament to include a group of armed criminals organized by him, who are involved in the war in Ukraine, Syria and North Africa, to the list of terrorist organizations.

Prigozhin called the bloody sledgehammer in the violin case an "informational case" for the dissolution of the European Parliament. 

"I don't know what law governs the European Parliament, but according to our legislation, as of today, we declare the European Parliament dissolved. But before this procedure takes effect, I am instructed to submit an information case to the European Parliament," Russian propagandists quoted him as saying.

Prigozhin decided to show off his murder weapon in the office of the so-called Cyber ​​Front Z, which is located at the St. Petersburg Arsenal plant.

This is a community of Russian propagandists who support the war in Ukraine.

According to local publications, the financing of this "troll factory" is handled by Yevgeny Prigozhin and Oleksandr Yanukovych, the son of the fugitive Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych. 

It will be recalled that earlier Russian Telegram channels shared a video of the execution of a recruited convict who fought as part of the illegal armed formation of the "Wagner" PMK.

His head seemed to be smashed with a sledgehammer.

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