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Chechens tried to steal metal from Azovstal in Mariupol: "police"-occupiers opened fire

In Mariupol, an occupying "police officer" shot a Chechen who had sneaked into Azovstal

In the temporarily occupied Mariupol, Donetsk region, Chechen natives who had come to the city broke into the Azovstal plant and came under fire. An attempt to collect scrap ended in a coma for one of them.

Local so-called police opened fire on the Chechens. This is reported by the Telegram channel of the media of independent Russian journalists ASTRA (to view the photo, scroll down to the end).

It is noted that the incident occurred on November 13. Four Chechens, who now live in the occupied Mariupol, broke into a metallurgical plant to steal scrap metal.

Chechens tried to steal metal from Azovstal in Mariupol: ''police''-occupiers opened fire

There they were spotted by the occupation "police" officers who were "guarding" the plant. Three of the men surrendered, and the fourth took a knife and started running toward the "police".

As a result, one of the occupiers, Yuriy Kondratyuk, shot him, hitting him in the head. The victim is 37-year-old Magomed Skiev, who is now in a coma.

Chechens tried to steal metal from Azovstal in Mariupol: ''police''-occupiers opened fire

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, on November 13, an occupying "police officer" died in hospital after being blown up in his car in Mariupol. The explosion occurred three days earlier, when the aggressor country of Russia celebrated Police Day.

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