“They will kill me there”: the DPR militia decided to extradite Ukraine to a Russian court (PHOTOS)

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A citizen of Ukraine, Maxim Shadrov, is being detained in Nizhny Novgorod, and they are preparing to send him to Odessa, where he is wanted for separatism.

Earlier, Shadrov fought as part of the DPR militia — he was a sniper in the Rus unit. As indicated on the infamous site “Peacemaker”, he was known in the ranks of the militias by the call sign “Max Odessa”.

In April 2014, Maxim took part in the defense of Slavyansk, was wounded here. After recovering he fought near Donetsk. Then he left for Russia, where he was until now.

The decision to deport was taken by Judge Golub of the Lukoyanovskiy Court of the Nizhny Novgorod Region, ignoring Shadrov’s statement that he was in danger in Ukraine.

In the “Union of Donbass Volunteers” they told “Russian Spring” that they are dealing with the problem and will inform the RV readers if the situation changes.

Maxim Shadrov militia DNI deportation

Previously, Maxim already got into an international scandal. In 2011, Libyan militants in Tripoli captured 28 citizens of the CIS countries, saying that the detainees (mostly Ukrainian citizens) were hired killers who fought on the side of Gaddafi.

Among those arrested were Shadrovs. According to the militants, his father recruited saboteurs, Maxim was a sniper, and his wife Olga helped him.

Then Maxim told me that he was not a mercenary, but he came to Libya to work as a cook in one of the hotels, but his wife works as a waitress here.

With the assistance of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine in the spring of 2012, Shadrov Jr. and his wife were returned to their homeland. Alexander Shadrov (father) at interrogation admitted his guilt in recruiting and training saboteurs, and was sentenced by militants to life imprisonment.

See also: Victory: a citizen of Kazakhstan who fought for the DPR was released from Russia in custody in Russia (PHOTO)

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