Hajun Project published data of 34 more marauder soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces, who may be involved in crimes on the territory of Ukraine

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On April 3, the Hajun Project published a three-hour recording from an online camera of the CDEK delivery service in Mazyr (Belarus), through which soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces send, among other things, items stolen from Ukrainians.

After the recording was published, the monitoring group of the Hajun Project received an impressive set of personal data of the Russian Armed Forces soldiers who, according to the project’s authors, should be held responsible for stealing and killing people in Ukraine. You can see the first part of the list of 16 Russian Armed Forces soldiers, who sent from 50 to 450 kg of items to Russia here. And today we publish the data of 34 more soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces, who sent parcels from Mazyr to Russia on April 2, 2022.

  • Latynin Anrey Ivanovich sent 51 kg of items to Pskov.
  • Shumakher Dmitry Grigoriyevich sent 45 kg of tools to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79235623646
  • Sidorov Pavel Sergeyevich sent 44,5 kg of items and a TV to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79530362389
  • Baranov Maksim Sergeyevich sent 44,5 kg of items to Chita.
  • Degtiarev Yevgeniy Sergeyevich sent 43 kg of items to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79132290248
  • Zemtsov Oleg Nikolayevich sent a 43 kg parcel: a TV and a boat engine.
    Phone number: +79132605515
  • Kartashov Aleksey Vladimirovich sent 40 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79132176758
  • Fatnev Nikita Pavlovich sent 39 kg of items and cables to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79833831538
  • Viatkin Roman Viacheslavovich sent 37 kg of tools and items to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +72923956846
  • Mikhalev Daniil Vitalyevich sent 33 kg of tools, items and a TV to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79293472661
  • Zhumalin Dmitry Ivanovich sent 32,5 kg of items and a TV to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79831097834
  • Gizbrekht Aleksandr Petrovich sent 31 kg of tools, items and a TV to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79293299315
  • Smirnov Denis Valeryevich sent 26 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79130889789
  • Murzintsev Yevgeniy Aleksandrovich sent 24 kg of items to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79132760015
  • Ustinov Andrey Andreyevich sent 24 kg of tools to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79236534212
  • Yegishev Ilya Vitalyevich sent 23 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79635180505
  • Azarenko Anatoliy Vladimirovich sent 22 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79833546797
  • Yerlikh Aleksandr Vasilyevich sent 22 kg of items to Omsk.
  • Sobianin Artyom Nikolayevich sent 21 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79619802323
  • Cherepov Dmitry Viktorovich sent 19 kg of tools to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79833896664
  • Pikalov Aleksey Fiodorovich sent 19 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79967089174
  • Semenov Ilya Ivanovich sent 18 kg of items to Zheleznogorsk.
  • Yefarkin Ivan Nikolayevich sent 16 kg of tools to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79237191711
  • Romanov Aleksandr Aleksandrovich sent 15 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79237217920
  • Dil Andrey Davidovich sent a coffee machine of 15 kg to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79339339145
  • Sidorenko Stanislav Olegovich sent 15 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79237261739
  • Semenov Ilya Ivanovich sent 14 kg of items to Omsk.
  • Filimonov Denis Sergeyevich sent 13 kg of items to Rubtsovsk.
  • Antonov Andrey Igorevich sent 13 kg of items to Angarsk.
  • Pastukhov Anton Viktorovich sent 12 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79132725916
  • Vdovichenko Yevgeniy Vladimirovich sent 10 kg of clothes to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79132714774
  • Lenchevskiy Konstantin Yuryevich sent 7 kg of tools to Rubtsovsk.
    Phone number: +79130208561
  • Ivanisov Sergey Anatolyevich sent 5 kg of items to Rubtsovsk.
  • Derevnin Vadim Mikhailovich sent 3 kg of items to Rubtsovsk.

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На русском языке: «Беларускі Гаюн» опубликовал данные ещё 34-х солдат-мародёров ВС РФ, которые могут быть причастны к преступлениям на территории Украины
На беларускай мове: «Беларускі Гаюн» апублікаваў звесткі яшчэ 34-х салдат-марадзёраў УС РФ, якія могуць мець дачыненне да злачынстваў на тэрыторыі Украіны

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