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Imad Lekal
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September 07, 2016, 02:33:29 PM
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Putin was not in the car and his chauffeur died. I personally don't believe that's an "accident" , your thoughts?

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September 15, 2016, 07:41:15 AM
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Yes accident rather strange circumstances. But I think it was not an attempt on Putin. Too "unreliable", it turned out. Check out the oncoming lane could be accidental, no one is immune from this
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September 15, 2016, 09:56:47 PM
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In Moscow expensive cars drivers thinks that they can drive how they want without any rules. Similar crashes is quite often. But for me one thing is strange. How can be personal limousine of Putin can be damaged so strongly. I thinked presidental car is armored, but this car was damaged like simple car.

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