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Squadrons of Russian execution squads ‘publicly eliminate’ those who defy Putin’s orders including commanders if troops ‘desert’

15th Jan 23 4:27 pm

There are “squadrons of liquidators” who are executing Russian troops “publicly” for defying Vladimir Putin’s orders in Ukraine.

Rapists, murderers and drug dealers have been recruited into the Wagner mercenary group and if they “desert” from the frontline then they are “executed.”

Yevgeniy Prigozhin who owns and runs the Wagner Group are hiring inmates from prisons, and in return for doing 180 service on the frontline they are offered a public pardon by Putin.

Former prisoners who have turned mercenaries for Wagner have had high fatalities over the months in the battle for Soledar, near to Bakhmut.

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The Mirror reported that, a former prisoner said, “There are squadrons of liquidators… shelling began.

“One of the prisoners laid down and didn’t cover his own men.

“The shelling stopped, he went back, and the boss shouted: ‘Why didn’t you go forward?’

“And they killed him. The boss is killed if his team deserts.”

Russian propaganda analyst Kseniya Kirillova wrote, “Losses in so-called meat grinder assaults are said to be enormous, especially among convicts whose role is to reveal Ukrainian positions by advancing to draw their fire.”

Convicts who fought in Ukraine for the Wagner mercenary group for 180 days under a strict contract have been freed this month and they were returned back to Russia.

The former prisoners had gained their freedom after fighting for the Wagner Group for six months and the founder Yevgeny Prigozhin was filmed shaking their hands for their service to Russia.

Prigozhin who has a powerful group of mercenaries and is a loyal friend to Vladimir Putin has recruited thousands of men from prisons.

They were offered a chance of freedom in return for serving on the battlefield in Ukraine.

In a series of speeches Prigozhin told the mercenaries that they like any other soldier in the world have learned a “great deal” and now know how to “kill the enemy.”

He said, “Don’t booze too much, don’t take drugs, don’t rape women – [sex] only for love or for money as they say.

“The police should treat you with respect.

“You have learned a great deal – first of all: how to kill the enemy. I really don’t want you to practise that skill on forbidden territory… If you want to kill the enemy again you return.”

With a beaming smile Prigozhin added, “I hope the adrenaline you have used up over this past half a year will be enough for at least a month.

“Remember life has given you this chance: you didn’t dodge the honour, you didn’t arse it up: you defended the Motherland, all of you were ready to die in these past 180 days.

“Now we have to control ourselves.”

Wagner mercenaries just like Ukrainian forces have fought in some the most severe and bloody battles not seen since World War 1.

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