Russia’s FSB kills Voronezh airsoft players, calls them “saboteurs”

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According to the report, the FSB claimed that the "saboteurs" were planning an attack on power plants in Voronezh. The Moscow Times journalists found two of them on social media and discovered that they were Voronezh residents and airsoft enthusiasts, often participating in live-action role-playing games based on the fictional universe of the video game S.T.A.L.K.E.R.
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The Moscow Times claims to have verified the identity of at least one of those killed by the FSB - Vladimir Kotovsky. The article used social media photos and footage from the FSB report to find the so-called "saboteurs".
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The FSB's video showed a notebook with a logo of what the security service called "the far-right (Ukrainian) nationalist party Volia," while it was actually a faction of the Ukrainian-made S.T.A.L.K.E.R. video game.
“Kotovsky was an ordinary technician, a worker with his own life plans; he was a supporter of Navalny," a fellow airsoft player told The Moscow Times.
Read the original article on The New Voice of Ukraine

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