The corpses of soldiers near the destroyed installation of the MLRS


The voice-over comments obscenely on what he saw. It is impossible to determine exactly, but with a high probability the destroyed MLRS belongs to Russia.


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      1. MLRS mounted on a Russian-made Ural car. However, such MLRS are also found in the AFU, but much less frequently.
      2. A pink rubber band sticks out of a dead soldier’s pocket to stop bleeding. These are used in Russia. I have the exact same one in my first aid kit.
      3. A jeep with an open door enters the frame. Often these are driven by the AFU. RA rides on any shit like UAZ.
      4. An insider reported that they were dead Russians.

      9/1 that this is a Russian destroyed MLRS, but still I cannot guarantee this 100%


      UPD: This is not a Ural car. This is ZIL 131.
      On the basis of ZIL 131 there are MLRS installations both in Russia and in Ukraine.
      As I wrote before, I cannot say with 100% certainty which side of the conflict the destroyed MRLS belongs to.
      Another point: the voice on the video is distorted. In most cases, the voice on the video is distorted by Russian publics.
      The question is debatable anyway.

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