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Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – The war between Russia and Ukraine is still ongoing today. Even now President Vladimir Putin is deploying troops containing members of satanic sects and cannibals to the battlefield.

A Russian man sentenced to two decades in prison for killing four teenagers in a “ritual” has been pardoned by Putin in exchange for his participation in the war in Ukraine.

Nikolai Ogolobyak, a self-confessed member of a satanic cult, was sentenced in July 2010 on charges of murder, robbery and tampering with a corpse.

According to court documents cited by Russian media 76.rumembers of the sect fried and ate the organs of their victims in Ogolobyak’s apartment in 2008.

His father said that Ogolobyak served for six months in Russia’s notorious “Storm Z” unit, which Russia uses to carry out local attacks on the front lines in Ukraine.

“This is true. He served there for six months in Storm Z. After being injured, he became disabled. He could walk, but the wound was serious,” said Ogolobyak’s father, quoted from NewsweekWednesday (22/11/2023).

He added that it was unlikely his son would be sent to fight in Ukraine again because of his injuries. Ogolobyak’s father also said his son returned from Ukraine on November 2 and is currently living with his mother.

Russia has reportedly been recruiting many people from prison for months in an effort to help its war effort in neighboring Ukraine.

Britain’s Defense Ministry said in May that the Russian military had “increased” recruitment of convicts this year, but the effort had not kept up with the number of casualties in Ukraine.

Apart from Ogolobyak, Putin also pardoned Vladislav Kanyus, a man convicted in the murder of his 23-year-old ex-girlfriend. He was sentenced last July to 17 years in maximum security prison for the murder of Vera Pekhteleva in Kemerovo, Siberia, in 2020.

According to Russian investigative website Agentstvo, at least 17 people who committed high-profile murders including Kanyus, were granted pardon to fight in Ukraine in 2022 and 2023.

The publication said that all the killers took part in the war in Ukraine, and some of them returned to crime after returning to Russia.

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