Hackers from the Cyber Resistance group have gained access to the mail of a war criminal responsible for UAV strikes on the Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant.
On 14 May 2023, Russian “military commander” Oleg Blokhin posted a video on his Telegram channel with a video of the Russian occupation forces committing another crime – a UAV strike on the Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant.
Thanks to a tip-off from a ‘military commander’, Ukrainian hackers from the Cyber Resistance group found and identified the person responsible for this crime.
This is the commander of the UAV reconnaissance and strike group of the 26th separate special forces detachment, a serviceman of the Russian Guard, Alexander Dementyev. Date of birth: 27.03.1989; passport number: 4521 543816; telephone: +79303833766; registration address: 9A Krasnokazarmennaya St., Moscow; place of actual residence: 38/2 Vodianaya St., apartment 6, Kostroma.
Demyentyev, although involuntarily, handed over to the Defence Forces the tactical and technical specifications and instructions for the new Russian electronic warfare system “Viy” (Izdeliye-34).
Demyentyev had information about new combat drones that have been brought to the stage of small-scale production in Russia.
We are grateful to Alexander for the very detailed plans of the location of the National Guard of Russia military unit 6896, which he kindly photographed and kept for us. The unit is based in the village of Akhmetovskaya, Labinsky District, Krasnodar Region.
Of course, among this array of data received were reports for a certain Colonel Vazikov on the performance of “combat operations” with screenshots of the video of the strike. In other words, Alexandr Demyentyev admits his responsibility for the bombing of a civilian facility of high environmental hazard: Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant on 4 May this year.
Please note that Demyentyev’s report repeats Blokhin’s post word for word and includes a live video of a drone dropping ammunition. This is how Russian “war reporters” make their news. But suddenly, the “war correspondents” who are offended by life can take it upon themselves to leak information about their sources. Thank you very much.
It should be noted that the destruction of production equipment and the power system of an enterprise such as the Nikopol Ferroalloy Plant can lead to the release of large amounts of toxic substances, which can cause long-term environmental pollution.
According to a report by the Ministry of Ecology, as of September 2023, the environmental damage caused by Russian aggression in Ukraine reached $57 billion.
A separate factor in this damage is the destruction of production facilities: oil refineries, pipelines, ferrous and non-ferrous metallurgy, flooding of mines, etc.
And all this evil is not done by Russia as a state alone. All such Russian privates, sergeants, officers and generals do it. In particular, the war criminal Aleksandr Demyentyev. Thanks to the work of cyber activists, evidence of intentional damage to Ukraine by Russian criminals has been documented. The evidence obtained by the hackers will be useful in international courts.