"No trial and investigation. No mercy": ex-football player of the Russian national team showed the whole essence of Russia
Andrey Solomatin, a participant in the 2002 World Cup who is taking part in the criminal war against Ukraine, was distinguished by an incredibly bloodthirsty and inappropriate statement. The Russian champion with CSKA Moscow called for brutal treatment of Russian citizens who oppose their country's aggression against ours.
Solomatin said this in an interview with the RIA Novosti propaganda news agency. The former Russian national football player criticized his compatriots who left the country and did not support the war in Ukraine, expressing confidence that such people have no right to exist.
"Not only have they dumped us but they are also disgracing the country and those with whom they used to eat from the same pot. I can't imagine if one of them comes back to the country and I meet them. I will not pass by. It would be fine if you sat there quietly. But these people should be executed without trial. I would actually bring back the death penalty and shoot them here. I have been asked many times, and yes, I am in favor of the death penalty. No trial and investigation. For treason against the Motherland. Do not spare them," Solomatin said in a patriotic frenzy.
Before that, he issued nonsense about Ukrainian television allegedly broadcasting "photoshopped" programs with dictator Vladimir Putin. Earlier, he admired the Russian president, who "did not bend to these f***ers, to this West." The ex-footballer was called a sick man online after he said that the Euro was rotting. He also called for "remaking" Ukrainian children.
As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the European Football Union (UEFA) punished Lithuania for chanting about dictator Vladimir Putin by the national team's fans at the Euro 2024 qualifying match.