Russia: Heads of Putin’s ‘secret poison labs’ sacked

FSB Colonel General Eduard Chernovoltsev, 52

Eduard Chernovoltsev has angered Putin for speaking out against the war in Ukraine (Image: RTC)

Vladimir Putin has reportedly fired the head of his series of “secret poison laboratories” for criticizing the war in Ukraine.

Colonel-General Eduard Chernovoltsev, 52, was in charge of NII-2 FSB, a research facility in Russia.

It is said to be the center of the Kremlin’s development of deadly poisons.

A source told The Insider that Mr Chernovoltsev “deeply regretted the start of the military operation in Ukraine and said more than once in the company of his friends that everything had gone too far”.

His associates have reportedly been linked to the poisoning of Alexei Navalny with the nerve agent Novichok and Vladimir Kara-Murza, another Putin enemy.

Russia claims Chernovltsev simply retired.

But sources told The Insider that wasn’t the case. They claim the general is responsible for frequent leaks of databases, which have allowed journalists to publish various investigations, including ones on Putin’s associates.

Chernovoltsev was also caught twice by traffic police inspectors driving drunk, the second time when he had attained the rank of FSB general.

FSB Colonel General Eduard Chernovoltsev, 52

The once-powerful lab boss was rarely pictured in public (Image: RTC)

The FSB has been criticized for leading Putin to believe his troops would be welcome if they invaded Ukraine in early 2022.

Despite their loyalty to the despot, the generals of the army are still considered too frightened to tell him the true extent of their challenges and failures on the battlefield.

Meanwhile, a Putin ally has predicted a new European “empire”, a US civil war and Elon Musk as president in a deranged tirade.

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev made the chilling “predictions” on social media.

This includes a war between France and a new German-led superstate, and the collapse of the global economic system.

He also said Britain would rejoin the EU (before its demise was predicted) and Poland and Hungary would invade Ukraine.

Mr Medvedev addressed the bizarre prognosis to “Anglo-Saxon friends and their happily grinning piglets”.

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