Aseev spoke of a captive meeting with one of the founders of the separatist movement in Odessa
Former hostage of the terrorist organization “DPR”, the journalist Stanislav Aseev told how he had met in captivity one of the founders of the separatist movement in Odessa.
About this, Aseev wrote on Facebook.
“In general, I try not to talk about events that I have not directly witnessed. But it turns out that fate brought captivity to the same cell with a man who was one of the founders of the separatist movement in Odessa and who himself barely left the Chamber of Trade Unions on May 2, 14. Then, these events led this man to the LPR front, where he fought side by side on the same sector of the front with all the famous Wagners. Well, the last ending point in this war came for him in isolation with broken fingers and crooked joints, ”wrote Aseev.
He added that he already mentioned this episode in an interview with Vidnannu ZN, and so far remembers the date.
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“In one of the conversations, I directly asked this man that in Ukraine there was an opinion that we were somehow costing little blood in Odessa and, without these events, there would be dozens of thousands of corpses here, like in the Donbass. Honestly, I thought that for one of these questions – given the one I asked him – and even in “Isolation”, he would beat me. And this man said, “Well, they say it well. If it had been the same in Odessa as in Donetsk and Lugansk, neither you nor we should have died for it. The day before, our man is left for Moscow on our subject, and there heavy “, one said to him:” For Odessa – a different scenario. Go ahead. “We did not listen. You know the result, “said Aseev in conversation with the separatist.
As Ukrinform reported, today is the sixth anniversary of the tragic events in Odessa, when 48 people died in the riots, more than 200 people saw a doctor. Most of the victims of the tragedy died in the Chamber of Unions. Subsequently, the investigation established that the Odessa riots were organized and deliberately planned. By the decision of the Odessa City Council on this day, the memory of the dead is honored.
Today, President Vladimir Zelensky expressed his sincere condolences to the families of all the victims and stressed that “today, in our society, a number of painful questions require honest answers. “Who is to blame for the May 2, 2014 tragedy?” – one of them. “
Stanislav Aseev is a Ukrainian writer, journalist and blogger. Under the pseudonym Stanislav Vasin worked as a journalist in occupied Donetsk. He was abducted on May 11, 2017 and detained by the pro-Russian terrorist organization “DPR” until December 29, 2019.
According to the materials: ukrinform.ru