A college in Vyiznoye village in Russia’s Nizhny Novgorod Oblast got here up with the good concept of inviting a Wagner PMC mercenary who had beforehand been convicted of two brutal murders to talk to native college students about his expertise of fighting in Ukraine.
In 2010, Alexander Raspravin was sentenced to 6 years in a most safety jail for beating his personal grandfather to loss of life whereas drunk after studying that he was not going to bequeath his home to him, Nova Gazeta Europe wrote on Oct. 23.
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After his launch, Raspravin didn’t get pleasure from his freedom for lengthy, and in 2017, he was sentenced to a different 12 years behind bars for brutally beating an acquaintance, which in the end led to his loss of life.
Rasprasvin subsequently signed a contract with Wagner PMC in the autumn or winter of 2022, when its former chief, Yevgeny Prigozhin, was touring Russian penal colonies trying for recruits.
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A forensic report concluded that Rasprasvin had beforehand suffered a head damage that triggered him to develop “psychopathic traits”.
None of those details discouraged the college administration which discovered it applicable for him to carry a so-called “patriotic schooling” lesson with youngsters, telling them about his struggle exploit tales, and strolling across the faculty with a grenade launcher.
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