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Putin’s Zombie ‘army of the dead’ unleash hell in Donbas, but many use ‘bicycles and scooters’ to flee as they have ‘no vehicles at all’

by LLB political Reporter
28th Oct 22 10:53 am

Ukrainian President Volodymyr zelensky said that Vladimir Putin’s Zombie “army of the dead” are Conducting “crazy” waves of attacks in the Donbas region.

President Zelensky said in Bakhmut some of the fiercest fighting is taking place since the start of the war where they have been under Russian attack for many months, but they are resisting.

He said, “This is where the craziness of the Russian command is most evident.

“Day after day, for months, they are driving people to their deaths there, concentrating the highest level of artillery strikes.”

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President Zelensky warned that many Russian’s are an “army of the dead” as it is highly unlikely they will return home alive, if at all.

In other areas of the Donbas Russian soldiers have no “artillery or heavy armoured vehicles” which have been blown up or broken down.

Conversation intercepted by Ukraine’s secret service in Lyman in Donetsk, believed to be by a senior Russian soldier can be heard saying that all they have left is “just one tank standing here and that is all” and they are frustrated Moscow is not suplying with equipment.

The senior soldier could be heard asking, “Do we not have the f***ing artillery or heavy armoured vehicles?”

The soldier in Lyman reported, “No, no vehicles at all. Our company does not even have a BTR (Bronetransporter – Russian armoured personnel carriers).”

The first soldier said, “Great. Find bicycles and scooters. Whatever you can find. And what, no promises, no forecasts of when the vehicles might arrive?”

The soldier said, “No, just one tank standing here and that is all. But, you know, it cannot fire. There is another one somewhere here within the trees but it cannot drive.”

Asked where the third tank is, the soldier replied, “We do not have it.”

As result hundreds of Russian troops fled the city of Lyman abandoning equipment and they suffered huge losses in the process.

A Ukrainian officer said, “In the end they organised themselves to flee despite invitations to surrender.”

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