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According to investigators, the probe was triggered by Gordov's message to the administration of the Ukraine-based Myrotvorets online database aimed at disclosing members of terrorist organizations of the self-proclaimed "Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics," which he sent after being added there as a war criminal. Gordov got bothered by this fact and tried to persuade the admins to place him into the "terrorists" category rather than that of Russian servicemen fighting in the Donbas.
The Russian fighter probably got preoccupied by the fact since he was quick to delete his social media pictures disclosing his military service in the Russian army.
The page shows Gordov's military record:
2012-2013 - m/u No. 34411, Russia;
2013 - m/u 46108, Russia;
2014-2015 - m/u 16544, Russia;
2016 - m/u L-55055, Ukraine.
In May 2016, Denis Gordov placed his resume online in search of a job in native Zabaikalsk where he indicated the following: "Draftee from 2012 to 2013, contract service from 2014 to 2015, easily trained, responsible."
"As we can see, the years of service in the resume and on his social media page are the same. Consequently his contract ended in May 2016, which means that Gordov fought in the Donbas as a Russian soldier rather than terrorist," InformNapalm says.
Photo: Autumn 2015, Sokilnyky, the Luhansk region.
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