Spouses from Dnipropetrovsk region killed in Crimea for speaking negatively about Russia
In Yalta, on the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea, a man killed a married couple from Dnipropetrovsk region for their pro-Ukrainian position. The attacker said that the man and woman insisted that Crimea belonged to Ukraine and spoke badly of Russia and the country's leadership.
This was reported by Russian media. Preliminary, the investigation found that the man worked for the murdered couple.
According to CCTV footage, the murder took place on September 29 at around 10 am. The attacker struck the Ukrainians with a wooden bat, which he left at the crime scene.
Earlier, in the temporarily occupied Crimea, a Russian soldier, who was recently awarded a state award, killed a man with a friend. Two drunken men inflicted more than 30 stab wounds on the victim, Serhiy Sukhov. But the police released him. Because of this, residents of Yalta organized a rally near the building of the so-called "Ministry of Internal Affairs". They demanded to punish both murderers.
It should be noted that the suspect Gontarenko is a platoon commander of the Alupka special forces company of the Union of Veterans of the Consolidated Regiment of the Crimean People's Militia. In August, he received an award from the so-called local administration "for his active civic position".
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, in occupied Sevastopol, a woman reported an unfamiliar man to the police because she thought he was a spy. In particular, she found it suspicious that the man was walking a red dog and speaking English.