Russian police brought to Ukraine are afraid that they will be killed by local residents
800 policemen from Russia brought into Ukrainian Melitopol, Zaporozhye region, are afraid of the resistance forces, and the “Kadyrovtsy” control local “courts” and the “prosecutor's office”, said the mayor of Melitopol Ivan Fedorov, whose words are reported by Espreso.
"The sign is that they were not transported to cities and villages. They all live in the temporarily occupied Melitopol region. During the day, they leave for the temporarily occupied settlements, but at night they gather again in the Melitopol region, because they are afraid of the resistance forces, that they will simply be killed in the villages,” the mayor noted.
In particular, they add that he noted that the new parties of the “Gauleiters” and "tourists" rf should be imported due to the ultra-low collaboration of residents of the temporarily occupied territories of the Zaporozhye region.
In addition, he also said that the Russians began to “legitimize” prisons and dungeons in the temporarily occupied territories. “Gauleiters” a decree was issued on the legalization of 28 prisons, of which three – in the Zaporozhye region.
"If we used to say that only on the territory of the temporarily occupied Melitopol there are at least five torture centers, then some of them have already been “legalized” by the Rashists, – said the mayor.
Answering a question about the role of the so-called “Kadyrovites” in the temporarily occupied Melitopol, Fedorov said that, apart from them, there are few people in the Russian Federation who want to go to the occupied Ukrainian lands. Cadres subordinate to the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, are actively coming here, taking control not only of the military situation and looting, but also of those created by the occupying “authorities”. the so-called courts and prosecutor's offices.
"We also saw that a month ago another 'watchman' came to the occupied territory of the Zaporozhye region. Armen Sargsyan, appointed “curator” prisons and prisoners at HERE,” Fedorov added.
Prepared by: Nina Petrovich