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Vladimir Putin 'Resuscitated' After Guards Find Him 'Lying on the Floor, Rolling His Eyes': Report

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After rumors of a terminal diagnosis, Vladimir Putin allegedly suffered 'cardiac arrest' and was 'resuscitated.'

Oct. 24 2023, Published 2:25 p.m. ET

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Vladimir Putin allegedly suffered "cardiac arrest" and had to be "resuscitated" after guards discovered him "lying on the floor, rolling his eyes" — according to a bombshell report.

The report followed rumors that Putin was terminally ill and his health was rapidly deteriorating. A team of doctors was said to be staying in the room next to the despot so that medical care could quickly be dispatched if necessary.

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Telegram channel General SVR claimed Putin was suffered 'cardiac arrest' on Sunday.

According to a post from the Telegram channel General SVR, which claims to have ties to Putin's inner circle and previously alleged that the Kremlin leader used body doubles amid his declining health, the alleged incident took place on Sunday.

The General SVR account said that Putin was likely in his final days after a frantic rush to save his life over the weekend. The channel's post claimed that guards heard loud crashing sounds coming from Putin's room — and found the despot on the ground when they went to check on the noise.

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Putin was allegedly found 'lying on the ground, eyes rolling' as he 'convulsively arched' his body.

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"At about 21:05 Moscow time, security officers of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who were on duty at the residence, heard noise and sounds of falling coming from the president's bedroom," General SVR's post read.

"Two security officers immediately followed into the president's bedroom and saw Putin lying on the floor next to the bed and an overturned table with food and drinks."

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Putin was reportedly 'stabilized' and transferred to a special ICU room at his Moscow residence.

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The post went on to speculate that "probably, when the president fell, he hit the table and dishes and knocked them onto the floor, which caused the noise."

"Putin convulsively arched while lying on the floor, rolling his eyes. The doctors who were on duty at the residence and located in one of the adjacent rooms were immediately called," the Telegram account added.

Putin was allegedly "stabilized" and moved to a "specially-equipped room" inside his Moscow residence that provided "the necessary medical equipment for resuscitation."

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Previous reports claimed Putin's inner circle selected a successor in anticipation of his death.

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"We have already repeatedly talked about the deterioration of Putin’s health due to oncology and a number of other diseases," the Telegram channel claimed.

"This case of cardiac arrest seriously alarmed the president’s inner circle, despite the fact that the attending doctors had already warned that Putin was very ill and was unlikely to live until the end of autumn."

The post followed reports that Putin's inner circle selected a successor in anticipation of his death, though details on who was chosen to replace the warmonger were not released.

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