Trying to prevent looting: occupants killed a woman in Kherson region who was defending her property - Center for National Resistance
Russian occupants in the occupied part of Kherson region are massively stealing cars for possible escape. The other day, the invaders killed a woman in the village of Olhyne who tried to defend her property.
This was reported by the Center for National Resistance on October 2. They noted that the local underground recorded the theft of cars in Chaplynka, Zaliznyi Port, Mali Kopani and other settlements.
The Center for National Resistance explained that the occupiers are in a panic because of the successful actions of the Ukrainian Defense Forces, so plans to escape from the temporarily occupied cities and villages are increasingly being discussed among the rank-and-file of the Russian aggressor country's troops.
"As a result, more and more cases of theft of personal cars of the local population and looting have been recorded recently. In cases when locals try to defend their property, the Russian military opens fire on them. Recently, a woman was killed in the village of Olhyne," the Center for National Resistance reported.
The Center added that they have lists of Russian military personnel looting in the occupied territories and promised that every occupier will get what they deserve.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, in Henichesk, Kherson region, Russian invaders are taking away people's household appliances, alcohol and even food under the guise of "confiscation." One of the farmers was "confiscated" 200 kg of meat and a ton of grain.