From time to time, Russian publics report that unknown people are killing SRF military personnel in temporarily occupied territories with poison, as was the case, for example, in Mariupol.
The Kremlin Snuff Box writes about another similar case, this time in Melitopol, claiming that three FSB officers died as a result of poisoning. This allegedly happened at the end of last week, when the occupiers ordered food and alcohol home from one of the city’s restaurants. Soon after dinner they became ill and were all hospitalized. Three victims died in hospital, and the fourth is in intensive care.
It is alleged that the occupiers were given rat poison and arsenic. The main version is the actions of Ukrainian saboteurs. At the restaurant where food and alcohol were delivered, searches yielded nothing, but the courier went missing.
The sources cited by the authors of the report report a “mysterious detail”: two of the three victims last week began investigating the case of the grave of Russian Black Sea Fleet sailors, which was recently found in Melitopol. This is also associated with what happened.
Let us recall that the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine confirmed the explosion of the occupiers’ headquarters in Melitopol on November 11.
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