The occupier told about the "subscription fee" to the Russian command for life: the invaders pay off from participation in the battles. Video
A Russian occupant, who was captured in Ukraine, has named the amount that soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces should pay to their commanders in order not to go to their deaths. According to him, by giving a certain amount of money to an officer, they could avoid going to the front line for a month.
The video of his confessions at the interrogation was published by Censor.Net editor Yuri Butusov in his Telegram channel. According to him, the footage shows a captured serviceman of the Russian army, Alexander Mikhailovich Goryainov (to view the video, scroll to the end of the news).
"Officers were paid not to go to the front line of defense, but to stay in the rear and to go home. You give 30-50 thousand (Russian rubles. - Ed.) to a senior officer and you won't go to the front line," the occupier called the "subscription fee" for staying alive in Russian.
The captor also told about cases of desertion among convicts and mobilized soldiers of the Russian army.
In particular, he noted that those who packed their things and ran away after the order to go to the front line, he never saw again.
"The convicts said that more than half of the 70 people refused, packed up and left... I don't know. They ran away. In front of me (in his unit. - Ed.) three said they would not go. I never saw them again," the occupant stated.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, earlier another Russian occupant, who was captured by the AFU in the battles near Bakhmut, complained about the deception of the command of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation. Once in a hospital bed, the invader began to tell the traditional story about how he had fallen for the officers' trick, although he himself "never intended to fight".