Explosions at one subway station in St. Petersburg, Russia, killed at least 11 people Monday afternoon and injured at least 45 others. Another bomb found at a nearby rail station was discovered and defused. Russian President Vladimir Putin was in the city at the time and some officials immediately called it a ‘terrorist attack'. TheBlaze’s Jason Buttrill joined Dana Loesch on "Dana" to discuss possible culprits and Russia’s Response.
Jason was immediately suspicious, given the fact that Putin happened to be in the same city as the explosion:
"Now it's also very, I guess, convenient, that Putin was in St. Petersburg to have a very high level meeting with the Belarusian president and they're not really getting along at the moment, so things had to go smoothly," Butrill stated.
Jason then went on to explain another possible group that could be behind Monday's explosion are the Chechan rebels, pointing out that there has been a long history of brutal attacks by the Chechans:
"I mean, if these attacks happened here, you might have martial law in certain places because of how brutal these attacks are."