Wives of mobilized russian occupiers are outraged that cannibal convicts are being pardoned and released from the front after only 6 months, while their husbands are not. One of the women expressed her discontent in an interview with the publication "Mozhem Ob'yasnit".
Maria Andreeva, the wife of a mobilized individual and an activist, poses a reasonable question: "Why should our husbands remain on the front indefinitely? And these inhumane individuals – only six months..."
"A woman carries a child for longer. And that's it, you're pardoned and can roam free; all the terms are reset. It's surreal!", - she exclaims in frustration.
The woman also fears that the convict "heroes of the special military operation" pose a danger to society after their release. "What will be on their minds after being able to kill with impunity and derive pleasure from it?" - she poses another rhetorical question.
As reported earlier, in November news emerged about the release of two cannibals involved in the war – Denis Gorin, a killer of three people, and the leader of the Yaroslavl gang of Satanists, Nikolay Ogolobyak.