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The day the BBC decided Putin murdered his mate

Crying at the funeral of a friend is a sign you murdered them, according to a top journalist at the BBC. Well, only if you’re Russian, and your name is Vladimir Putin.

Shedding tears at the last goodbye, embracing said friend’s widow and showing emotion was a giveaway that there was blood on the Russian president’s hands, apparently.

An eagle-eyed reporter turned body language expert, psychologist and well, mind reader, has treated us all to his ramblings and taken us on his giant leap from tears for a loved one to 'mystery solved' in an article titled “The day Putin cried.”

The claims would be offensive and outlandish if they weren’t so utterly laughable. They were also made under the guise of serious reporting. The Russian elections are looming and the introduction pays tribute to that fact. That single, lone, fact. And then the article takes a bizarre twist – hopping back in time to February 24, 2000, and the funeral of Anatoly Sobchak.