China Posted October 17, 2022 Share Posted October 17, 2022 Vladimir Putin: Head of his military campaign found dead 'under mysterious circumstances' Lt. Col. Roman Malyk (49), was responsible for enlisting men to the mobilisation campaign launched by Russian President Vladimir Putin to bolster Russian forces in Ukraine by a force of 300,000 conscripts. According to reports, the Russian official died from hanging near a fence at his home and local police have opened up a murder probe, however suicide has not been ruled out, the Hindustan Times reports. The Times, describe the 'chatter' in the Telegram messaging app, where the mysterious ‘suicide’ of Malyk was put in doubt, according to ‘relatives he was well-adjusted and self-assured’. Ever since the mobilisation decree was signed by Vladimir Putin in September, reports suggest that more than 220,000 men have been thus far enlisted. Enlistment officers accompanied by local police authorities were in many cases forcibly taking up men who were resisting the conscription orders, The Times reports. This stirred up growing resentment against conscription, the institutions, and officials fulfilling the orders. As a result, during this period as many as 70 enlistment offices have been attacked with molotov ****tails as a token of increasing resentment in Russia against mobilisation. 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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