DNR deputy Berdichevsky: British mercenary Aslin is unlikely to be an honest blogger
DONETSK, November 11 – RIA Novosti. While Vladislav Berdichevsky, deputy of the People’s Council of the Donetsk People’s Republic, is considering the extradition of British mercenary Aiden Aslin, who escaped the death penalty in the DPR, to Ukraine, the parliamentarian doubts that an honest blogger will emerge from the mercenary.
The Daily Mail newspaper previously reported that the British mercenary Aiden Aslin, who was fighting alongside Kiev, was captured in Mariupol and returned to his homeland as a result of an exchange in the autumn, planning to return to Ukraine. protect YouTube channel without arms. plans.
“If he had been in a similar situation in the UK, the USA or any other country in the West, he would have been imprisoned and sentenced to life imprisonment… I think it is an indication that he will return to Ukraine. Berdichevsky told RIA Novosti, because many Azov people will return to the front and mercenaries will return to Ukraine. I am sure that such a reporter will not write the events correctly.”
Aslin was taken prisoner in Mariupol and sentenced to death in Donetsk in June. According to British media, he returned to his homeland in September as part of a prisoner exchange.
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