The videos have been made available for Censor.NET by volunteer Vsevolod Kozhemiako who, in his turn, obtained them from the soldiers who had captured the saboteurs.
The videos were shot by sergeant Aleksandrov. While on scout, he was ordered to record route's "points" and landmarks. He used an American Garmin navigator with GPS and not Russian GLONASS.
As reported by Censor.NET Chief Editor Yurii Butusov on his Facebook page, the commander at the strong hold "Fasad," an officer of the 92nd Mechanized Brigade clarified the details in the photos and videos found in Aleksandrov's mobile phone:
"I have been on the scout around the neighborhood for several times, and I want to clarify all the details for the sake of accuracy of the information. Yerofeyev group's route is clear. Here are my comments on the photos:
I personally defused 20 antitank mines TM-62 during the scout to Vesela Hora village on May 2, 2015. In total, a group of 10 people went there, including me, my anti-aircraft gunners and Aidar battalion fighters. I gave away all mine fuses to B.
The mines appear in the photos twice:
fused - planted either by Herman or Buria back in fall 2014
Yerofeyev's group halted for rest at a derelict recreation house, left end of Vesela Hora village.
Previously, some Ukrainian troops deployed there, most probably the 1st Armored Brigade.
Russians' camp, shown in the video, was located on the chalk mount in the so-called "Interior Ministry village," here are the coordinates in SK42: