On Tverskoy Boulevard in the center of Moscow, a Russian Nazi and Black Hundred man, editor-in-chief of the right-wing radical publication Sputnik and Pogrom, Yegor Prosvirnin, died as a result of a fall from his apartment window.
The death of the 35-year-old publicist is reported by local media, noting that Prosvirnin fell on the roadway completely naked. Before that, a knife and a gas can flew out of the window, and the neighbors of the deceased heard screams in his apartment.
It is still unclear what caused the incident – suicide, or whether Prosvirnin was “helped”.
Note that he was a close friend of the ex-deputy of the Odessa City Council from the pro-Russian party “Rodina” Igor Dimitriev. He, in his telegram channel, confirmed the death of a comrade-in-arms and called him “one of the most talented people he knew.”
Yegor Prosvirin devoted many years to the fight against Ukraine. He denied the very fact of the independence of our state and advocated the “return” to Russia of the southeastern regions of Ukraine, which he called “Little Russia” and “Novorossia”. After the start of the Russian-Ukrainian war, “Sputnik and Pogrom” urged its readers to join the ranks of the militants and collected material assistance for their armament.
Separately, M&A was involved in replicating myths about the events of Odessa on May 2, 2014, which the publication called “the murder of Russians” and “the Odessa Holocaust.” Also, the edition in 2015 published the text “Notes from Odessa: Russian underground”.
Since 2018, Sputnik and Pogrom has ceased its work due to funding problems. This, however, did not affect the financial condition of its founder – the apartment on Tverskoy Boulevard, which Prosvirnin left in such an extravagant way, is worth at least 70 million rubles (almost a million dollars).