Difference between revisions of "Vladimir Putin home video (partially found footage of Russian president; 1992)"
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Latest revision as of 04:13, 29 December 2021
At the beginning of May 1992, the family of the mayor of Saint Petersburg, Anatoly Sobchak, and the family of the current president of Russia, Vladimir Putin arrived on holiday to Finland at the invitation of a privately held company and recorded it on tape. The tape included the families doing things such as talking, fishing, eating, and playing sports and was about 12 minutes long.
How the tape was acquired by non-family members in the first place is unknown, but previous holders of the video initially evaluated the value of the recorded videotape (1 to 5): " Uniqueness of the material - 5 points; The recording level participants' discrediting - 2 points; Social significance of the material - 5 points; Importance of the material to the world - 5 points. Overall - 4.25 points. "
Background[edit | edit source]
There is little known about the exact details of this video. It is unknown on who was videotaping, and why this event was recorded. The video also does not appear to contain anything sensitive other than the footage of Putin and his family behaving informally.
Availability[edit | edit source]
The information about this tape was found on some online shopping website trading for ฿100 (241500 USD). The seller claims that he bought the physical videotape, in early 2015 and digitized it. Now, he sells the electronic copy of it online. On December 28th, 2021, a 43 second clip of the home video was uploaded to YouTube by user Kuq, after discovering it on a Russian forum.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
External Links[edit | edit source]
- Reddit lost explaining how they found the clip Retrieved on 28 Dec 2021.]