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​The UK Defense Intelligence: russia Sends Wounded Prisoners and Amputees Back to War

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The russian serviceman killing himself after being injured / screenshot from video
The russian serviceman killing himself after being injured / screenshot from video

Lack of proper care raises questions about russia’s treatment of its own troops

Members of russian Shtorm-Z units are highly likely being returned to combat duties with unhealed wounds, and even after limb amputations. This follows credible reports that members of Shtorm-Z, Donetsk militias, and Wagner Group have frequently received minimal or no treatment, the UK Defense Intelligence reports.

It is likely that convict recruits – who make up a large proportion of Shtorm-Z units – are especially liable to receive poor treatment. One reason is that prisoners often lack the paperwork required to access military hospitals.

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Russian soldier begging not to be bombed Defense Express The UK Defense Intelligence: russia Sends Wounded Prisoners and Amputees Back to War
Russian soldier begging not to be bombed / screenshot from video

Whilst reducing pressure on an overburdened military medical system, the lack of proper in-theatre medical attention will transfer the administrative and medical burden back to troops’ home units.

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