The maniac returned to the scene of the crime – the mayor's office of Mariupol on the arrival of Putin
On the night of March 19, Vladimir Putin arrived in Russian-occupied Mariupol. The Kremlin dictator decided to fully enjoy the crimes that the invaders committed against the Ukrainians.
This opinion was expressed by the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol, Petr Andryushchenko , to Channel 24 . Note that the videos from the visit of the Russian broadcaster to the occupied Mariupol look a little strange.
Maniac returned to the crime scene
The maniac returned to the scene of the crime to watch and fully enjoy the “Mariupol syndrome”, which he definitely succeeded, – the adviser to the mayor of Mariupol emphasized.
During the visit, Putin visited the building of the Philharmonic, where there was a tribune and a table that the Russians set up to hold a “tribunal” over the defenders of Azovstal and the Mariupol garrison. Andryushchenko urged the Russians not to remove them from there, as soon they themselves will be there.
Purpose of Putin's visit to Mariupol
The visit of the head of the Kremlin to Mariupol was made purely for propaganda purposes. This is Putin's answer for the Russian society to the visits of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky to Bakhmut and Kherson.
However, if we compare the frames of the visits, we can see the difference between the arrival of the Commander-in-Chief of the warring country to his own people and the trip of the dictator to a relatively safe occupied city.
Therefore, Putin arrived at night. Moreover, at this time, mobile communications and the Internet were turned off in the city. At the same time, the streets were not blocked, since the announcement of the trip makes it much more dangerous. The invaders understand that our resistance and partisans are working in Mariupol.
Andryushchenko about Putin's visit to Mariupol: watch the video
Consequently, the Russians decided, just in case, not to draw attention to the dictator's trip. Not even a single Gauleiter appeared on the video with Putin.
“There were no officials at all. Except for those who flew in with him by helicopter. However, there are much more guards than anyone else – they counted about 20 people on the video,” said an adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.
Putin allegedly was in Crimea
On March 18, the anniversary of the occupation of Crimea, Vladimir Putin allegedly arrived in Sevastopol. Military expert and colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in reserve Roman Svitan suggested that it was a double of the head of the Kremlin.
A military expert noticed that the alleged dictator was limping. In his opinion, this is what a person does who wants to hide his gait.
“When a person is limping or pretending to be, it is almost impossible to determine by his gait whether he is a double or the main character. Therefore, if he was limping, then most likely it was not Putin,” Svitan is convinced.