Journalists identify Russian soldier who bragged to his wife about killing civilians

Dmytro Ivanov is a Russian who bragged to his wife about killing civilians in Ukraine
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According to the SBU, Russian troops are suffering the psychological consequences of the atrocities they are committing in Ukraine. Their wives become audibly scared of the kind of people their husbands turn into.
"I can take one person and then 'bam' - (shoot him in the head) from a machine gun or a Kalashnikov (assault rifle) and mow down a hundred people at once," the soldiers are heard saying on the recording.
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"You do not believe me? Nastya, I became a f***er, I f***ed in the head ... "
“Civilians – I would throw civilians into trenches; I shot them all in the head and killed them; they cried and begged (for mercy) – I shot them anyway.”
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Citing SBU sources, Ukrainian news agency Ukrayinska Pravda reported that the Russian soldier in question is Dmitriy Gennadiyevich Ivanov, who was born in 1995. According to his social media accounts, he lives in Kupsola in Russia's Mari El Republic. On his page VKotankte (Russian social media network), Ivanov refers to himself as Dmitriy Tumanov. The uniform he wears in some photos suggests he graduated from the Kazan Tank Command Higher School.
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The investigation has identified Anastasia Korotkova as the woman Ivanov spoke to when the SBU intercepted. Her VKontakte page has photos from her and Ivanov's wedding in 2020.
On April 14, the Ukrainian parliament recognized Russia's actions in the war against Ukraine as genocide and blamed the crime on Russian troops and their military and political leaders.

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