The occupier decided to avoid a prison term by fighting in Donbas.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine liquidated a businessman from the Russian Federation who was recruited by Prigozhin / rosZMI
Ukrainian soldiers continue “two hundred” Russian “prisoners” recruited into the “Wagner” PMK. This time, a businessman from Saransk, Yevhen Manayev, was liquidated in Ukraine.
As reports Armed Forces officer Anatoliy Shtefan “Stirlitz” with reference to Manayev’s obituary “minus” in Donbas. He went there straight from the colony.
In 2019, businessman Manaev opened fire on two fishermen who were catching fish with nets on his pond. One fisherman died, and the other was seriously injured.
Obituary / t.me/a_shtirlitz
Manaev himself did not plead guilty to the murder, because he firmly believed that it was necessary self-defense. However, the court sent him to the colony. According to rossMI, this year Manayev found “another legal way to return to his relatives, in particular to his son” – to go kill Ukrainians in Donbas.
“Dembele (Wagner) PMC continues the holiday amnesty. There are not even dozens of them,” Shtirlitz noted.
“Zeky”-Wagnerians in the war against Ukraine
Russia is openly recruiting prisoners for the war against Ukraine. Earlier, UNIAN already reported that the leader of PMK “Vagner” Prigozhin personally travels around the colonies and “motivates” Russians to become “cannon fodder”.
The attitude towards “prisoners” is not the best. The command of the Russian Federation does not hide why they need them. “Prisoners” are deliberately sent into battle without food. This decision is due to the clear awareness that prisoners do not live long in the war.
In particular, mercenaries recently executed with a sledgehammer a prisoner from “Wagner” who surrendered to the Armed Forces of Ukraine and publicly declared that he wanted to fight on the side of Ukraine.
A video of the execution of Yevhen Nuzhin was published by the Telegram channel, which is close to the “Vagner” PMC. Prigozhin himself stated that Nuzhin “met with very bad, but fair people.”
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