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More rumors surfaced regarding the Russian President Vladimir Putin's state of health as his hands are said to be turning black from the tips. A former British army chief hammered down on this after previously backing claims that Putin is receiving injections as treatment for his many supposed illnesses.

According to the New York Post, Lord Richard Dannatt laid it heavy on his claims that Putin is likely receiving injections to combat Parkinson's disease as well as pancreatic cancer amid signs of side effects from the treatment on his body. The claims came up during a discussion on leaked emails from the Kremlin. Numerous IV marks were said to have been seen on Putin’s hands in recent photos of him in official engagements, while he was caught consciously covering them. He added that recent images of the leader clearly indicated he was suffering from a serious illness.

Dannatt added that observers noticed Putin’s hands were black at the fingertips, a supposed sign he was receiving injections where needles are not usually inserted. The needle marks implied the usual areas for IV insertion are no longer viable. He remarked that it was interesting to observe if Putin is as healthy as he likes to portray.

Putin’s health has been the subject of interest amongst speculators for the past few years, as they insist the Russian leader’s health is in decline. Observers noted his hands often giveaway signs that he is suffering from a serious illness. Videos of Putin supposedly show him occasionally twitching, grabbing tables to hide the spasms. Another propaganda video released by the Russian government supposedly showed the aforementioned IV marks on Putin’s hands when closely observed. Email leaks from the Kremlin reportedly said Putin’s Parkinson's disease is progressing and that the leader has also developed prostate cancer.

As Putin’s health continues to baffle speculators and observers, others claimed the Russian President is already dead and a "hologram” is being used for his public appearances. The Ukraine defense ministry supported the claim, believing it to be a strong possibility. The ministry said that Putin’s appearances could still be Putin or perhaps a “collective Putin”. They added that there could be a possibility that the Putin we have been seeing may not even be the same person.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a meeting with his Belarus' counterpart in Sochi on September 26, 2022. Photo by Gavriil Grigorov/SPUTNIK/AFP via Getty Images

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