A Lithuanian fighting for the Ukrainian regime has been killed in Britain


January 14, 2018 – FRN – 

Polintavigator – translated by Inessa Sinchougova 

In the UK, the Lithuanian Mick Alps has been killed, who fought as part of the 8th battalion of the so-called Ukrainian Volunteer Army, controlled by the ex-head of the Right Sector, Dmitry Yarosh.

This is reported on the page of the battalion on Facebook.

“We have a loss. In the center of Europe, a fighter of the 8th separate battalion of the Ukrainian Volunteer Army, a friend Mick Alps, who has fought in the battalion for the last two years, was killed. They tortured him, tied him up and burned him in the car that he was driving over for the military needs of the battalion,” the report says.

In turn, the battalion commander Cherven asserts that the Lithuanian was killed by the Russians.

“He helped us, fought with us, the other day I had to meet him on the border – Mick drove over a carload of supplies, armor, thermal clothing. I have no doubt that the Muscovites did it. Mick repeatedly said that he was threatened for his participation in the Ukrainian-Moscow war. Today, these are their methods right in the center of Europe,” Cherven said.

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