Censor.NET reports citing an open source investigation by the InformNapalm volunteer community.
The open source investigators remind that one of the recent InformNapalm's article on this topic was published Dec. 13. They have tracked evidence of "teleportation" of weapons and equipment from a Russian military site in the Rostov region of the Russian Federation near the border with Ukraine to the arsenal of the illegal armed formations of the so-called "Novorossia". In particular, 122-mm D-302 towed howitzers, with inscriptions of names 'Viktoria' and 'Liuba' on them made with red paint were meant, as well as evidence regarding other types of weapons and equipment
The same article covered a T-64 tank with an inscription reading "T-84" and "For the Donbas!" on its side (pictures uploaded to the album of the Russian military in Aug. 2014), which was subsequently spotted in the battles near Debaltseve. A few days after publication of InformNapalm's article titled "Love of the gunners from the "Great Army of Don" the readers provided a link to the profile of Russian mercenary Alexander Kuchersky, call sign "Kadyr", born Aug. 28, 1993, native of Rostov-on-Don (archive of the profile, photo album, contacts), where they found the picture of the same T-64 tank with the inscription "T-84" and "For the Donbas!" uploaded March 25, 2015 when it was already in Ukraine's Donbas.
According to InformNapalm volunteers, the picture of the tank with the inscription "For the Donbas!" was not the only information leak by the abovementioned Russian mercenary. The volunteers have also found a picture uploaded to his photo album March 30, 2015 depicting destroyed Russian T-72B3 tank in the village of Vosme Bereznia in the vicinity of Debaltseve, as evidenced by the specific details typical for this modification including 'Sosna-U' thermal scope manufactured in Belarus, 'Kontakt-V' active armor parts, tracks with parallel hinges.
Previously published pictures of the tank can be found below. Kuchersky also posed in front of one of them. It is enough to compare the type and color of the cover of the bullet-resistant vest, black knitted hat, gloves, and jacket's hood to identify him.
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