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Behind the front line: Partisans poison Putin's election fraudsters in Mariupol

2024-02-27T20:33:26.306Z

Highlights: Ukrainian partisans poison Putin's election fraudsters in Mariupol. Visitors from Moscow were supposed to support Putin’s election commission - then they were poisoned. The visitors from Moscow came to “check the work of the local election commissions” The report went on to say that all of the dead were poisoned by food and beer supplied by a restaurant in the city. A lethal dose of arsenic was added to the food and drinks; no one survived the meal. The restaurant where the food was prepared was also examined, but no traces of poison were found.



As of: February 27, 2024, 9:14 p.m

By: Tadhg Nagel

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Six people are killed in Ukraine.

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A partisan group claims responsibility for the poison attack.

Kiev - In the Ukrainian port city of Mariupol, two locals and four Russians who worked for Russian President Vladimir Putin to conduct Russia's presidential elections in March were poisoned.

Ukrainian partisans have now claimed responsibility for the attack.

A few days ago, six dead people - four men and two women - were found in an apartment in Mariupol, including two local activists from the United Russia party.

The other people are said to have been “important guests from Moscow”, i.e. political activists and employees of the Kremlin’s Central Election Commission (CEC).

This was reported by the Ukrainian news website

DonPress

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Vladimir Putin's associates were poisoned by Ukrainian partisans in Mariupol.

© IMAGO/Dmitriy Azarov

Visitors from Moscow were supposed to support Putin's election commission - then they were poisoned

The visitors from Moscow came to “check the work of the local election commissions”.

The report went on to say that all of the dead were poisoned by food and beer supplied by a restaurant in the city.

A lethal dose of arsenic was added to the food and drinks;

no one survived the meal.

The restaurant where the food was prepared was also examined, but no traces of poison were found.

According to the Russian Telegram channel “Kremlin Snuffbox”, all bodies have now been removed from Mariupol in order not to disrupt the electoral process and not to spread panic.

However, there was no trace of the courier who delivered the food - until an underground organization based in Mariupol claimed responsibility for the attack.

The partisans confirmed to The Kyiv Post

newspaper

that “their husband worked on the delivery.”

When asked about involvement in the poisoning, they replied laconically that it was “not the first time”.

Partisans spied on social media - The group also caused further deaths in the Ukraine war

According to the

Kyiv Post,

the resisters registered on the social network as an “imaginary lovely woman” and began communicating with one of the Russian soldiers via a fake account.

“They are so eager to meet women that their VK is like Tinder,” one of the partisans told the newspaper.

This imaginary woman then found out “all the necessary information” – “where the Russians were, what they were doing and what they needed.

And since the partisans knew that the sale of alcohol to the Russian army was prohibited in Mariupol, they carried out their plan,” it continued.

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According to the newspaper, the group claims to have successfully distributed poisoned drinks to Russian military personnel last month.

According to the partisans, using a fake profile on the Russian social network Vkontakte (VK), they learned that there was an increased need for vodka among the Russian military in Mariupol - the city had previously banned the sale of vodka.

Then they “did a little magic with the syringe and the filling,” a partisan representative told the newspaper at the time.

As a result, three more Russian soldiers died in the Ukraine war and at least ten others were poisoned.

(tpn)

Source: merkur

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