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 Volunteers identify six 'titushkas' involved in attack on ATO veterans in Dnipro. PHOTOS

Activists have identified six so-called 'titushkas' or mercenary thugs involved in the beating of anti-terrorist operation (ATO) soldiers during May 9 commemorative events in Dnipro.

Censor.NET reports quoting volunteer and ATO participant Rodion Shovkoshytnyi.

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"Six of the Dnipro 'titushkas' have been identified as involved together with the police and under their protection in the beating of ATO veterans on May 9: Vania Dzhobold, Ruslan Dudaiev, Volodymyr Shevchenko, Anton Makovetskyi, Orkhan Askeradze, Vlad Bondaruk," the volunteer wrote.

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Askeradze and Bondaruk were identified by residents of Dnipro.

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"All their haughty smiles have now turned into fright. Dzhobolda, Dudaiev, Bondaruk have deleted their social media accounts. But we have the screenshots," Shovkoshytnyi said.
 
 
 
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