"We caught a Ukrainian yesterday, he’s now in another world" - intercept exposes more Russian war crimes

The Security Service of Ukraine has released another intercepted call, in which a Russian soldier brags to his wife about a brutal killing of a Ukrainian man.

That’s according to the SBU’s press service, Ukrinform reports.

The new intercept obtained by the SBU is a “shocker,” the agency admits, adding that it confirms “brutal ruscism and sadism” on the part of the invasion force.

 “We caught a Ukrainian guy yesterday… Now he is in another world. I drove my snickersnee right into his heart ... I have a blade, like the one Frodo Baggins had. So I’ve (realized - ed.) my dream… I wanted to slash someone’s tendons and put in a snickersnee,” the Russian invader told his wife.

Read also: More evidence of Russian atrocities in Ukraine against civilians exposed in intercept - media

The woman seems to be indifferent to the Ukrainian man’s fate, but she is still disgusted to hear such things from her husband. “Apparently, she won’t be too eager to see her man come back home,” the SBU suggests.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, on May 23, a court in Kyiv sentenced Vadim Shishimarin, a Russian military serviceman, to life in prison on charges of killing a civilian in Ukraine’s Sumy region.

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