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Such an example we described in the article Battle Cry of the Russian 66th Signal Brigade: “I’m Not a Coward… Unfortunately, Ivan quickly deleted his account on VK, but we’ll present screenshots of its pages, as well as shared photographs with other militants, which we were able to save.

Skorobogatov’s service in the 137 Tank Division on the border with Ukraine (link 1, link 2). Based on the list of his contacts we determined that he served in a “DPR” reconnaissance detachment.

That’s what he is, a “Russian cockroach” which hurry-scurry evades the flame of the facts – he’s trying to hide in cracks but still remains in everyone’s sight. Guide to the Conflict Zone” published by Prometheus Center.

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Like the roaches scattering from the daylight, Russian soldiers suddenly feel “ashamed” of their presence in Ukraine, deleting social media accounts with photos and videos of their war crimes. By the way, we returned to the deleted profile of a Russian serviceman from the Russian 66 Separate Reconnaissance Battalion of the Russian Armed Forces from Naro-Fominsk (military unit 54919). Personal data were confirmed by information from a dating site where Skorobogatov hides under the pseudonym Enokenty. The Travel atlas of the dating website noted Skorobogatov’s presence in Ukraine on .And give you details how to send them money via Western Union. Another variation of the same scam: the agency is trying to steer you to their website to continue translated PAID correspondence through their agency. Any legitimate translation agency will work ONLY with a customer who hired them and will not pass charges on somebody else.This scam is pulled by both: Russian and Ukrainian scam agencies.What it is about: a Ukrainian girl initiates correspondence with you, sends you few letters (usually from 3 to 6) and then you receive a letter from a "translation agency" saying that the girl was paying them for translations, but her account is closed now, as she cannot afford paying anymore. This scam is usually pulled by Ukrainian scammers from Lugansk.If you wish to continue correspondence, now YOU pay. We almost never see Russians pull translation scams. If you met a girl directly on some site, you should continue correspondence either through that site or email. NO legitimate translation agency will ever use tricks like that.After returning home at the end of 2015, Skorobogatov continued his military service in Russia.