The Guardian put Putin on the cover of an article about the Pandora’s Dossier, although he is not mentioned in it

Reddit users have noticed that the Guardian inserted a photo of Russian President Vladimir Putin on the cover of an article about the involvement of global politicians in offshore schemes, even though his name was not mentioned in the article

The Guardian put Putin on the cover of an article about the Pandora's Dossier, although he is not mentioned in it
LONDON – SEPTEMNER 12: In this photo illustration a man reads a copy of The Guardian newspaper on September 12, 2005 in London, England. The Guardian has relaunched, changing from a broadsheet to mid-size format. The size, known as the Berliner, is half-way between a tabloid and a broadsheet. (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

“Anti-Russian propaganda, Putin’s face takes centre stage in the Pandora’s Dossier. Only one problem – he is not actually mentioned in any of the leaked documents. What’s more, no one is even accused of hiding money in his name”, –  one Reddit user said angrily.

According to the resource’s readers, the Western media has once again shown “anti-Slavic bias. Notably, The Guardian article itself points out that “Russian President Vladimir Putin, whom the US suspects of having a secret fortune, does not appear in the files by name.”

“There is literally nothing about Putin in the Pandora Papers. Why is his face shown on the cover?”

“Russia is the big bad ‘boogeyman’ that keeps the West awake at night”

“Anti-Slavic bias in the media, as always”

The Guardian разместили Путина на обложке статьи о «Досье Пандоры», хотя он в ней не упоминается

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