Experts from the international intelligence community InformNapalm have identified a Russian captor allegedly involved in the torture and murder of a Ukrainian prisoner of war.
According to Ukrinform, InformNapalm reports this in Telegram.
It is noted that in the comments to a message published by the community about possible participants in the torture of a prisoner, readers paid attention to a photo of a young militant who has a characteristic hooked nose. The militant from the Akhmat unit, who was caught on video, has the same special sign.
According to InformNapalm, a photo search showed that with a high probability it could be Yevgeny Zibrov (Zhenya Zibrov) from Sevastopol. The man has photographs in the uniform of the armed forces of the Russian Federation, he is subscribed to military pages, and also has a noticeable mole on his right cheek.
“We cannot say for 100% that it is he, but according to the totality of external signs, plus military experience, plus supports the “special operation” of the Russian Federation, put the letter Z on his profile picture – with a high probability he may be involved,” the community noted.
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The other day, a video appeared on the network in which a Russian soldier cuts off the genitals of a Ukrainian prisoner of war with a clerical knife. Later, a recording was made public with the murder of the victim.
Subsequently, information appeared that one of the likely participants in the torture and murder of a prisoner of war was Vitaly Aroshanov from the Republic of Kalmykia. However, as InformNapalm experts have established from the video, the facial features and indirect signs indicate that the militant who participated in the torture belongs to a different nationality – not a Kalmyk, but a Yakut. According to the community, the likely perpetrator is a mercenary from the Akhmat unit, a commander with the callsign Bely.
Upon the release of the record The Attorney General’s Office opened criminal proceedings.