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Russian businessman places $1m bounty on Putin’s head

A Russian businessman has placed a $1 million bounty on Vladimir Putin’s head and urged the country’s military officers to bring the president to justice.
Entrepreneur Alex Konanykhin made the promise in a post on social media site LinkedIn and called it his “moral duty” to take action and help Ukraine.
The bounty offered by Konanykhin, who is now based in the US, places an even more direct target on the Russian leader as backlash over the invasion continues to escalate, Newsweek reported.
Konanykhin said in a Facebook post Tuesday that he promised to pay the officer or officers the money for arresting “Putin as a war criminal under Russian and international laws.”
An earlier version of Konanykhin’s post on LinkedIn included a photo of Putin with the words “Wanted: Dead or alive. Vladimir Putin for mass murder,” according to The Jerusalem Post. The post appears to have been taken down.The post Russian businessman places $1m bounty on Putin’s head first appeared on Ariana News.

Source: Ariana News

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