According to sprotyv.info, more than 20 russian occupiers were killed in one of the military units located in Simferopol, temporarily occupied Crimea.
"Two nice girls came to the checkpoint of the military unit and introduced themselves as local residents. They brought seven bottles of vodka and some snacks like fish, sausage, bread, cheese. The guys took vodka and food then drank and ate with their colleagues. Many of them were poisoned," the statement reads.
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According to the source, the alcohol and food contained huge doses of arsenic, as well as strychnine was found in one of the bottles. 24 russian soldiers were killed as well as 11 more occupiers were hospitalized.
It is not sufficiently known whether civilians acted independently or were part of the partisan movement, but it is not the first time the occupiers have been poisoned after meeting with locals living in the occupied areas. Such actions looks like a revenge for the grief that the russian invaders brought to the Ukrainian land.
Earlier Defense Express reported that The russian Occupiers Terrorized Residents of Occupied Crimea.