far right daughter Russian ideologue known as ‘Putin’s brain’ He was reportedly killed in a car bombing outside Moscow late Saturday due to his alleged influence on the Russian president’s fascist views.
Images of the explosion were widely circulated on Telegram by news outlets Baza and 112. Alexander Dugin, died instantly in the explosion. Russia’s TASS news agency cited a law enforcement source who confirmed that a Toyota Land Cruiser Prado had exploded, but did not confirm the identity of the driver and described the victim as a woman.
Russian news agency Baza reported that 29-year-old Darya Dugina was on her way home from a literary and musical festival called “Traditions”. She was reportedly at the wheel for just 10 minutes before the explosion.
Alexander Dugin According to Russian violinist Pyotr Lundstrem, he intended to get into a car with his daughter, but at the last second he got into another car.
Denis Pushlin, the Russian acting leader of Ukraine’s occupied Donetsk, angrily accused “terrorists of the Ukrainian regime” for the explosion, writing: telegram that they were “trying to liquidate Alexander Dyugin,” but “blew up his daughter.”
“With Daria’s affection, she is a true Russian girl,” writes Pushrin.
A photo shared by Baza appeared to show a distraught Dugin standing in front of the flaming wreckage, holding his head in his hands.
Investigators have directed the outburst to Alexander Dugin, the chief architect of Vladimir Putin’s “Russian world” ideology and the philosopher widely believed to be the driving force behind his attack on Ukraine. reportedly consider it a targeted attack that may have been
Darya Dugina was an outspoken supporter of Russia’s war on Ukraine. Licensed by the US government in March in connection with her role in a Kremlin-run influence operation known as Project Rakta.
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