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One is a beauty pageant contestant, the other is an official's daughter: details of the saboteurs who poisoned dozens of occupants in Crimea have surfaced

"Model appearance" helped girls to deceive "gullible military"

Both girls who poisoned three dozen Russian military in occupied Simferopol were natives of Crimea. One of them is the daughter of an official of the occupation city administration, and the other is a participant in beauty contests. Having handed over poisoned alcohol and food to the occupiers in the military unit, the saboteurs escaped "very quickly and professionally". Meanwhile, the number of dead invaders increased to 28.

This was reported on December 4 by the Russian propaganda Telegram channel Kremlin Snuffbox, citing sources in the Russian FSB. It is noted that both poisoners are natives of the peninsula, one was born in Simferopol, the other - in Saki, but lives in Simferopol.

They are 22 and 25 years old (the age is approximate). According to the Russian security forces, the girls' "model appearance " helped them deceive "gullible military".

One is a beauty pageant contestant, the other is an official's daughter: details of the saboteurs who poisoned dozens of occupants in Crimea have surfaced

"Both are pretty, 'even model-like,' which, according to FSB representatives, helped the criminals commit the murder and give alcohol and poisoned food to gullible military personnel," writes Kremlin Snuffbox.

One of the saboteurs allegedly took part in beauty contests several times, but "failed to reach the all-Russian level and did not receive any awards."

The other is the daughter of an employee of the occupation city administration of Simferopol, a "middle-ranking" official. He was allegedly interrogated, but did not provide "valuable" information.

The girls have never "stood out" for their anti-Russian or pro-Ukrainian views, and one of them often said that she was not interested in politics at all, the channel writes.

At the same time, the Russian FSB has no doubt that both of them are saboteurs who have allegedly been "trained for a long time to perform tasks."

This version is also confirmed by the fact that immediately after handing over poisoned alcohol and food to the occupiers, the two girls "escaped very quickly and professionally." Currently, they are "either in Ukraine or hiding somewhere, preparing new sabotage against Russia and the Russian army," according to propagandists' sources.

Meanwhile, the death toll of the invaders has risen to 28. Four more poisoned people died in hospitals, the channel writes.

One is a beauty pageant contestant, the other is an official's daughter: details of the saboteurs who poisoned dozens of occupants in Crimea have surfaced

As OBOZ.UA reported, on December 1, propagandists said that "two nice girls" treated the invaders with poisoned alcohol and snacks in one of the military units of Simferopol. At the time, 20 occupants were reported dead, and 11 more were hospitalized. At the checkpoint, the saboteurs said they wanted to thank "our guys". "Huge doses of arsenic" were found in their "gift", as well as a powerful strychnine poison.

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