Russia ‘publicly executing’ their own soldiers who disobey Vladimir Putin

Russia is publicly executing its own soldiers who disobey Vladimir Putin, according to reports by escaped troops.

Captured members of Russia's controversial Wagner group, made up of convicted murderers, rapists and drug dealers who have been sent to the front line, have come clean to their Ukrainian captors about the public executions they witnessed at the hands of their own leaders.

"Those who disobey are eliminated – and it’s done publicly," one said earlier this week.

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The Wagner group, run by Yevgeniy Prigozhin, is made up of former prison inmates sent to fight on the front line, and was supposed to be Putin's most dangerous secret weapon in his invasion of Ukraine.

State-controlled media in Russia has been singing Prigozhin's praises, while the leader himself has openly criticised his political opponents for their failures in the fight and called his private army's performance an example of core Russian values.

The prisoners are supposed to be the Kremlin’s saviours. State-controlled media is lavishing rising star Yevgeniy Prigozhin’s Wagner mercenary group with praise.

However, the group haven't always been the vicious fighters Kremlin leaders had hoped.

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The crooks-turned-troops have reportedly taken heavy casualties during their assault on the mining town of Soledar, and not just from Ukraine, but from their own ranks too.

"There are squadrons of liquidators… shelling began," the former inmate reportedly added.

"One of the prisoners laid down and didn’t cover his own men.

"The shelling stopped, he went back, and the boss shouted: 'Why didn’t you go forward?'

"And they killed him. The boss is killed if his team deserts."

The Centre for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) reported that some of the prisoner-mercenaries are even appealing to human rights organisations to be returned to jail rather than face execution at the hands of their leaders.

"Losses in so-called meat grinder assaults are said to be enormous, especially among convicts whose role is to reveal Ukrainian positions by advancing to draw their fire," Russian propaganda analyst Kseniya Kirillova writes.

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