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"Revenge for Kuzia": Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminate occupant who tortured a cat to death

Lilia RagutskaNews
Russian vivisectionist eliminated in Ukraine

Artem Lavrentiev, a cruelty killer from the Arkhangelsk region of the Russian Federation, who became "famous" for brutally abusing his mother's cat for several weeks, filming the torture and posting it online, has been killed in Ukraine. The story resonated: Lavrentiev was eventually sent to a penal colony, and a monument was even erected to the animal he tortured to death.

The bestiality decided to get out of the not-so-distant places, asking to fight in Ukraine, and the Armed Forces put an end to his miserable existence. The liquidation of the occupying cannibal was reported by blogger Necro Mancer.

''Revenge for Kuzia'': Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminate occupant who tortured a cat to death

"Severodvinsk crueltyman Lavrentiev, born in 1985, decided to leave the colony to beat the 'ukrops' with it, but the AFU took revenge for Kuzia the cat," he said.

Journalist Denis Kazanskyi clarified that the animal cruelly tortured the animal together with his roommate for several weeks. He filmed the abuse and posted it online. Eventually, the cat was tortured to death. Lavrentiev was imprisoned and deprived of his parental rights because of the resonance his crime caused.

"Fuck, what kind of a bunch of people they have. Not an army, but a bunch of scum from the entire human race," the journalist wrote.

A monument was erected in Severodvinsk to Kuzia, the cat who was tortured by a cannibal.

''Revenge for Kuzia'': Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminate occupant who tortured a cat to death

It is not surprising that in his small homeland, the animal rights activists greeted the news of Lavrentiev's liquidation without much grief.

"We received 100% reliable information through the military enlistment office. Artem Lavrentyev, a cannibal, is dead. He killed his mother's cat together with his partner. 3.5 years in prison, deprivation of parental rights. From the colony he asked to be released on parole. He went missing in the summer and was found only now. In January-February, what is left of him after several months of being unburied will be brought to his mother in Severodvinsk, in a closed coffin," a local animal rights group wrote.

At the same time, other Russians are convinced that a person who tortured a defenseless animal and then went to kill people in a foreign country did not deserve to die, because "he atoned for all his sins, true and imaginary, with blood."

''Revenge for Kuzia'': Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminate occupant who tortured a cat to death

Earlier it became known that snipers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces eliminated 12 occupants in the Avdiivka sector in an hour . Three more invaders were wounded.

Sniper pairs worked at a distance of 920 to 1170 meters.

It was also reported that the day before, the Ukrainian Defense Forces eliminated 1280 occupants and 32 armored personnel carriers in a day.

And Ukrainian border guards showed how they "congratulated" the occupiers on the first day of winter. They sent "gifts" to the enemies from a cannon.

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