The Lie of an “Azov” Militant Who Surrendered to Captivity About His Non-involvement in Destructive Ideology

NEW – April 4, 2022

During the special military operation of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the denazification and demilitarisation of Ukraine, at the end of March in Mariupol, a militant of the Nazi “Azov” regiment Aleksey Smykov surrendered to the units of the DPR People’s Militia. In an interview, while in a medical bed, he told journalist Andrey Rudenko about his non-involvement in destructive misanthropic ideology.

In the footage, Smykov tries to be convincing and logical. He explains that there are no corresponding tattoos on him and he is not a Nazi.

“Alexey told us in an interview that he just went to ‘Azov’ to block military service and does not welcome any Nazi ideology. And we thought ourselves – the young kid probably did something stupid. And he turned out to be a wolf in sheep’s clothing,” Rudenko wrote on April 2 on his Telegram channel.

However, the lie surfaced after a while. Smykov’s phone gave away its owner, to the huge disappointment of the journalist.

“But he apparently forgot that his videos and photos were not deleted on his smartphone. Well, or he thought they wouldn’t be able to open it. But they could. And they were very surprised,” Rudenko added, attaching photos from the Nazi Smykov’s smartphone to his post. “What can I say here – these are sick people!,” the journalist summed up sadly.

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