Two saboteurs poisoned Russian invaders in Simferopol: more than 20 people are dead
Russian propagandists complained that "two saboteurs" allegedly poisoned dozens of occupants in occupied Simferopol. The "nice girls" treated the invaders with poisoned alcohol and food in one of the military units, as a result of which 20 Russian soldiers died and 11 more were hospitalized.
The case was reported by the Kremlin Snuffbox propaganda Telegram channel on December 1, citing sources. It is noted that "two cute girls" allegedly came to the checkpoint of the military unit and introduced themselves as local residents.
They brought seven bottles of vodka and sn acks - fish, sausage, bread, cheese. The guards were told that they wanted to thank "our guys," the channel writes.
"The guys took vodka and food, drank with their colleagues, ate. And many of them got poisoned," the source of the propagandists said.
"Huge doses of arsenic" were allegedly found in the alcohol and food they brought, and one of the bottles contained strychnine, a very strong poison, a toxin of the chilibukha tree, which is used as a pesticide to kill rodents.
This "treat" killed 24 Russian soldiers and hospitalized 11 more.
"The perpetrators have not been identified. The investigation is ongoing. Law enforcers are investigating whether the killers are connected to saboteurs from Melitopol who recently poisoned several FSB officers," the propagandists complained.
As OBOZ.UA reported earlier, Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov told how the Russian military ordered food in one of the cafes in the occupied city, but it turned out to be poisoned. All of them were poisoned, some of the invaders died.