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"Now they've reached me": Russian propagandist complains that his door was filled with foam, and his colleague got it too. Photo

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Propagandists Saponkov and Steshin have their doors filled with foam

Russian propagandists Roman Saponkov and Dmitry Steshin had their doors to their apartments in St. Petersburg blown out with foam. The "military officers" themselves are located in the temporarily occupied territories of Donbas and both accused Ukrainians of the incidents.

They wrote about this on social media, publishing photos. According to ASTRA, local law enforcement officials said they would "take the necessary measures."

"Well, they have reached me. Today they came to my registered address and broke the door. Then they called me. They were caught on all the cameras," Saponkov claimed, emphasizing that in September, his "colleagues" who were propagandists had pig heads planted under their doors.

''Now they've reached me'': Russian propagandist complains that his door was filled with foam, and his colleague got it too. Photo

The Russian also stated that the St. Petersburg police initially did not even want to respond to the call, as there was no threat to life, and the door to the inter-apartment hall, as it turned out, was installed illegally.

Later, on December 17, the local Ministry of Internal Affairs reported that a district police officer had arrived at the "scene" in the Primorsky district of the city. St. Petersburg law enforcement officials also assured that they were "taking the necessary measures to identify and detain the suspects."

On the same day, another propagandist, Dmitry Steshin, who once disgraced himself with a story about Germans "frozen" without gas in Russia, reported the same incident. He claims that unknown people visited his old place of registration in St. Petersburg, the information about which was allegedly in his old passport.

"I don't see any point in hiding it: they also foamed my door last night," the "military officer" added, assuring that the information "was leaked by the Ukrainian side," and the police accepted his statement "somehow without a glance."

"It seems that an ordinary Russian cannot hate the warmongers who shout that more Russian men should be mobilized and sent to the ruins of Avdiivka to assault them," Ukrainian blogger Denis Kazansky commented on the incidents with the propagandists.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Russia has begun a "purge" of Z-bloggers and military journalists who have reported on what is happening inside the Russian army and its units at the front in Ukraine. The Russian counterintelligence blacklisted propagandist Saponkov and several of his colleagues who criticized the occupiers' command.

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