Captured Russian pilot confesses to killing unarmed Ukrainian after landing – UNIAN

A resident of Chernihiv region chased the enemy with a pitchfork or other tool.

The captured Russian pilot admitted that after landing he killed an unarmed Ukrainian / screenshot from the video

Russian Su-34 pilot Alexander Krasnoyartsev told in more detail about how he was taken prisoner. After ejection and landing, he killed an unarmed resident of the Chernihiv region.

Information Krasnoyartsev shared in an interview Ukrainian blogger Vladimir Zolkin.

The pilot was shot down on the outskirts of Chernihiv. He landed on the roof of the house and heard the voices of people behind the fence. The townspeople shouted: “Russian, come out.”

Krasnoyartsev decided to run and hide in a barn next door. According to the pilot, he was chased by an unknown man with a pitchfork or something similar. The occupier shot and killed an unarmed Ukrainian. Krasnoyartsev justifies his actions by “automatism”, they say, the brain gave commands to hide and shoot. The pilot said that later he repeatedly regretted the use of weapons.

Recall that Alexander Krasnoyartsev shot down during the third flight. According to the pilot, before that he bombed the airport in the Kiev region and roads south of Chernihiv. When the occupant’s plane was shot down, there were six uncontrolled 500-kilogram FAB-500 bombs on board.

War of the Russian Federation against Ukraine

  • 24 February RF invaded to independent Ukraine and caused a real collapse in the country. The invaders not only seize military units, airports and other strategic facilities, but also shoot at civilians and high-rise buildings of the city.
  • February 27, 2022 information appeared that Belarus could declare war on Ukraine. There is no official confirmation of the invasion of her army into our territory yet.
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