Propaganda TV Channel Chief Editor Zoya Konovalova Found Dead from Suspected Poisoning Alongside Ex-Husband near Mad Vlad’s War

KRASNODAR, Russia – The chief editor of a Russian state TV company, Kuban, has been found dead in her home from a suspected poisoning. Zoya Konovalova, 48, was discovered alongside her ex-husband in the city of Krasnodar, which is located near Crimea and the frontlines of the conflict between Russia and Ukraine.

Konovalova, known for being an influential figure in the Krasnodar region, was the editor of a channel operated near the frontlines of the ongoing conflict. Her death is the latest in a series of mysterious deaths of prominent Russians since the start of the conflict.

Despite the suspicion of poisoning, no visible injuries were found on the bodies during the examination. Konovalova’s own channel reported that the preliminary cause of death was poisoning by an unknown substance. Colleagues and friends have insisted that she would never have taken drugs, raising questions about the circumstances of her death.

The Kuban media outlet is part of the state-run giant All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company, known for its role in promoting Russian propaganda. Konovalova’s death comes just a month after the deputy editor-in-chief of Putin’s favorite propaganda newspaper was also found dead in Moscow.

The mysterious deaths of these prominent figures have raised concerns and suspicions, especially in the context of the ongoing conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Putin’s official Black Sea residence and a multi-billion dollar cliff-top palace are located in the Krasnodar region, making it a significant area in relation to the conflict.

The circumstances surrounding Konovalova’s death, along with the pattern of other prominent Russian deaths, have raised questions about the potential motives behind these incidents. The ongoing conflict and its impact on individuals associated with Russian propaganda have sparked speculation and concern regarding the safety of those involved.