Monday, September 25, 2023

Russian Army Commander Deliberately Killed By His Own Troops Who Ran Him Over ‘In A Rank’ Because They Were Angry About War

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A Russian military commander has been murdered by his own forces because they were angry at the army’s failures in Ukraine, Western intelligence suggests.

The colonel in one of the Russian Army’s most elite units, the 37th Motor Rifle Brigade, is said to have been deliberately run over.

Social media reports named the man as Yuri Medvedev and said he had been taken to hospital with broken legs after being run over by a tank, but intelligence reports indicate he has now died and say his surname was Medvedchuk.

A Western official said: “The brigade commander of one of the units was killed by his own troops, and killed by his own troops we believe as a consequence of the scale of losses that had been taken by his brigade.

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“And that just gives an insight into perhaps some of the morale challenges that Russian forces are having. So when we when we think about the operations, it’s important we don’t just count weapon systems and tanks, but we think about the sort of the moral and the conceptual elements of fighting power.”

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A total of seven Russian generals have also been killed since the invasion of Ukraine started a month ago as a result of having to move closer to the front line in order to command their troops effectively.

British and allied commanders believe that Russia is likely to pause their attempts to capture Kyiv while its forces consolidate their position elsewhere in the country, but still expect a “false flag” chemical weapons attack which could be used as a retrospective justification for the invasion.

An official said: “I fully expect that there will be an attempt in order to stage some form of chemical false flag operation. If they still run true to type then I expect it to be pretty well botched, I expect it to be pretty obvious that they’ve conducted the thing themselves. And I hope that we’ll be able to quickly expose the truth of what happens there.”

Nato allies have warned the Kremlin they will escalate their involvement in the conflict in the event of a chemical attack but have refused to discuss publicly what form their response could take.

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