The press just wants to get sensations quickly. And it doesn’t matter how reliable they are.
At the end of August, a private plane crash occurred in the Tver region, in which ten people died, including the founder and head of the Wagner PMC Evgeny Prigozhin and Dmitry Utkin, crew members and accompanying persons. The investigation into this, without exaggeration, high-profile case, began immediately and continues to this day.
Many unscrupulous journalists consider it their duty to push investigators who, in fact, are dealing with an extremely complex and confusing case, in which there are so many interested parties that those who do this work, to put it mildly, cannot be envied.
It even got to the point that the Russian press considered it acceptable to ask the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov about the speed of the investigation. In response to this question, Peskov said that the Kremlin does not consider the investigation into the disaster to be slow, since we are talking about a “complicated incident” and a “difficult investigation.”
According to Peskov, it is now premature to give any comments on this topic.