During investigations, new facts and additional proofs to existing incidents showed up, a material by InformNapalm community reads, Censor.NET informs.
In October 2014, volunteer scouts identified a unit of tankmen from the 136th separate motorized rifle brigade of the Russian Armed Forces. Thanks to photos uploaded to a social media profile of Russian soldier Vitaly Marakasov, it was possible to establish exact location of the unit of the 136th brigade with four T-90 tanks. The location is a multi-level junction near Fabrychne village, not far from the Luhansk airport. More information can be found in an investigation titled " Russian T-90 Tanks of the 136th Motorized Rifle Brigade in Luhansk region."
Let's take a closer look at the images.
Details indicate that these are Russian T-90A tanks of 2006 modification. At one of the photos, Marakasov poses in a helmet with '438' on it. Now let's take a look at a story by Zvezda TV channel, covering rearmament of the 136th brigade with new equipment, and read a story by Russian war blogger, the authors of the article wrote.
" We see the same T-90A in colored camouflage. One of the tankmen is wearing a helmet with '412' on it. The matching modification of the tank, its camouflage, and the same first number of the three-digit side number allows stating that the tanks identified by us near Luhansk belong to the 136th separate motorized rifle brigade of the Russian Army. Several days ago internet users found a picture on a social media page of "LPR" terrorist Sergey Strutinsky (born Apr. 1, 1983) showing him posing against a Russian T-90A tank. Please pay attention to the coffer with the anti-aircraft machine gun belt: the place, the paint, and the form of the stain.
"Obviously, it's the same tank on the images of terrorist Strutinsky and tankman of the 136th brigade Marakasov," the investigation reads.
Earlier, international volunteer community InformNapalm documented about 20 unique types of weapons that could be sent to the Donbas together with military experts only from the Russian Federation, which is a direct evidence of invasion.