The prisoners of the colonies of St. Petersburg are promised freedom and 200 thousand rubles for six months, if they agree to go to fight in the Donbass and remain alive after that. Relatives of prisoners serving sentences in IK-7 "Yablonevka" and IK-6 "Obukhovo" reported this to the publication "Important stories".
According to a relative of one of those serving sentences in IK-7, "inspectors" arrived at the colony and lectured the prisoners on the need to "defend the Motherland." After their departure, the foremen (also prisoners who help lead the detachments) "began to carry out work in the detachments." They said that it was possible to go to the Donbass, the trip would be arranged as a stage and they would be taken to the border under escort.
They did not hide from the prisoners that they "would go in the vanguard to look for the Nazis and not all of them would return alive," says the source of the publication.
“At first they said that about 20 percent would return,” says a relative of the prisoner. - Then - that "almost no one will return." Those who survive are promised a reward of 200,000 rubles and an amnesty. And if he dies, they promise to pay the family 5 million rubles. This is all just words, it will not be recorded anywhere on paper. At the same time, all information is not transmitted directly, but through the foremen. Recruiting people from Wagner PMC. Nobody hides this, the foremen speak about it directly.