One of the Russian Spring activists nicknamed "Vladlen Tatarsky" has reported that he got into the "DNR militia" after escaping from the colony, where he was serving a sentence for armed robbery of a bank. He wrote this in the Telegram channel, announcing the release of his book about the events of 2014 in the Donbas.
"I was born and grown up in the Donbas. I was 9 years old when Ukraine gained independence and, since then, I heard from my father that there would be a civil war in the country. I was preparing for this war for all my childhood, but it did not start. Father's prophecies were gradually forgotten…", - "Vladlen Tatarsky" told.
I met the Russian Spring while in prison. According to the verdict of the court, I was serving a sentence for armed robbery of one of the commercial banks. I could not afford to sit back while MY WAR was going on and decided to go to the front no matter what it takes. Having escaped with a group of convicts, I joined the ranks of the militia…"- he proudly reports.
The "recidivist militiaman" presented his "heroic" biography in a book he called "Running". "Vladlen Tatarsky" offers to issue a pre-order for it. You can get a book of the fugitive robber with his personal autograph: "War and prison: never is a long word" "only" for $13.5.