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In Mariupol, 17 occupants who gathered to drink in a big company were eliminated on New Year's Eve: details emerge

Occupants were poisoned with alcohol in Mariupol: 17 invaders eliminated

In Mariupol, activists of the Ukrainian resistance have slightly reduced the number of Russian occupiers. On New Year's Eve, the invaders, who had gathered to drink in a large company, were poisoned by poisoned alcohol carefully prepared for them by the Mariupol resistance.

Russian publics went into a frenzy over the nearly two dozen "treacherously killed soldiers," including officers. At the same time, they refuse to believe that Ukrainian partisans were involved in the "denazification" of the Ukrainians.

Russian social media are spreading reports of mass alcohol poisoning by the occupiers in Mariupol on New Year's Eve. According to Russian propagandists, some unknown attackers "put to sleep and treacherously killed" 17 Russian invaders in Mariupol. Among them were two officers of the Russian Armed Forces.

"The military gathered together in a big company and decided to drink on the occasion of the New Year. However, someone added a strong sleeping pill to the alcohol they were drinking. Apparently, when the soldiers fell asleep, they were all killed in their sleep. Some of them were strangled, some were stabbed," the propagandists quote the "embellished" version of events told to them by "sources in the DPR army and police".

Another source said that the mysterious avengers who "gained the trust of our military and then put them to sleep and killed them" are now being sought. The Russian propagandists also suggest that "saboteurs" may be involved in "denazification" and "saboteurs" who have already killed more than one occupier in Mariupol.

"But this version still needs to be confirmed," the propagandists added.

In Mariupol, 17 occupants who gathered to drink in a big company were eliminated on New Year's Eve: details emerge

Instead, the reality turned out to be much more prosaic than the version that was voiced. Mariupol resistance activists were indeed involved in the deaths among the occupiers. And there is no question of any "insidious murders in a dream" and even with the help of slit throats.

The Telegram channel "Mariupol. Resistance" claimed their involvement in the liquidation of the invaders. Moreover, they warned the occupiers in advance that they would be in for surprises.

"Last week, we delivered a batch of good alcohol to friendly liquor stores. To those who sell by hand for the Russians. We delivered it in the dark, knowing that they definitely make money only on this (Arsen - hello ;)). And it worked. New poisonings among the occupiers in the city. Some unknown disease is killing the orcs. They just need to drink less. Although in our case - more," read the message published on December 29.

However, as further events have shown, the Russian occupiers were not affected by the reports of the sale of poisoned alcohol or the first "victims" in the fight against the "green snake" among the invaders.

In Mariupol, 17 occupants who gathered to drink in a big company were eliminated on New Year's Eve: details emerge

Earlier, a mass pestilence among the occupiers occurred in Mariupol in October. Then, in just a week, 26 invaders mysteriously died, and another 15 were hospitalized due to poisoning . Russian propagandists also wrote about the saboteurs.

In total, during the summer and two months of autumn, the Mariupol resistance eliminated more than 40 invaders in various ways. This data was released in October by Petro Andriushchenko, an advisor to the mayor of Mariupol.

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