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 Outfit change trick: Russian Armed Forces regular soldier transforms into LPR militant. PHOTOS

A photo of a regular soldier of the Russian Federation Armed Forces, a resident of the city of Cherepovets in the Vologda region of Russia, who decided to become Russia's ‘hybrid war soldier’ fighting on the territory of Ukraine, was discovered during open-source intelligence (OSINT) of the Russian servicemen and mercenaries’ accounts in social networks.

Censor.NET reports citing InformNapalm.

The Russian soldier had bluntly pointed out that he was "in the LPR" in his status on the social network.

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Below is the photo of Russian servicemen who decided to become soldiers at "hybrid war".

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This picture with geotagging was taken in the village of Pionerske near Stanytsia-Luhanska village, Ukraine.

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Even his mother could not talk this guy from the madness called 'protection of the Russian world' on the Ukrainian land, which is foreign to him.

"Son, has the spring come to you already? Because I have a fall, "it is raining every day." I'm so tired of being without you. I know you do not understand me now. I know that you will understand me when you have your own kids. God bless you, son," the mother of the Russian soldier wrote in the comments to his photo taken in the village of Pionerske near Stanytsia-Luhanska in Ukraine.

Below is the photo of this guy when he has not yet become the Russian 'hybrid soldier' but was still the Russian Federation Armed Forces serviceman.

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"I would like to note that this is not an isolated example - there are thousands of such outfit change tricks cases and the number of Russian 'hybrid soldiers' in the Ukrainian Donbas is rapidly growing every day," the author of the article wrote.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/p327913