Occupational "authorities" In Zaporizhzhia invited a suspect of pedophilia to the school: he gave children a "lesson of courage". Photo
The occupational "authorities" of the Zaporizhzhia region temporarily seized by Russia invited the occupier on duty to a school to conduct a "lesson in courage" for Ukrainian children. Earlier, he was accused of soliciting children in Russia's Zabaikalsky Krai.
There, "the commander of the Nakhodka detachment" Aleksandr Morzunov also came to the school to give a lesson and, according to the parents of one of the schoolgirls, harassed her. This was brought to the attention of the local publication "Ria Melitopol".
"The occupiers in their propaganda resources report that "schoolchildren of Energodar and Kamianka-Dniprovska met with the commander of the search team "Nakhodka" Aleksandr Merzunov". Parents of schoolchildren should realize that such meetings are dangerous not only by the propaganda of the "narrow world" and Rashism but also fraught with harassment of children. Aleksandr Morzunov is known for the fact that he has already been accused of harassment in the Trans-Baikal region of Russia. However, the case was hushed up", the massage says.
Morzunov was brought to Zaporizhzhia by collaborators and occupiers to tell schoolchildren of temporarily occupied Energodar and Kamianka-Dniprovska districts about "search activities".
"He told the kids what important work search parties do and perhaps even motivated the kids to join such groups in the future," the propagandists boast.
Morzunov has already "motivated" Russian schoolchildren in the Zabaikalsky Krai of the Russian Federation in his time. After another "lesson of courage" at a school in the village of Shishkino, one of the mothers of schoolgirls accused him of harassing her underage daughter right at the lesson.
However, the local law enforcement authorities did not see anything special in such accusations, so the case was not initiated for "lack of evidence of an offense".
To remind, earlier it was reported that near Moscow, Russian occupants staged a fight and beat to death a contract worker.
Eyewitnesses claim that the cause of the fight was hazing. According to them, one of the contract workers had gone to the store, but the "elders" decided that he had "violated the charter." The "violator" began to be beaten by members of the reconnaissance company and military police. He died of his injuries in hospital.