In the military unit of Omsk, a mobilized citizen of Krasnoyarsk, Dmitry V, was found dead. This is reported by the NGS55 portal, citing two sources, the information was confirmed by NGS24 in the bureau of the forensic examination of the Omsk region.
The cause of death has not yet been determined. The registry office of the bureau reported that the body from the mortuary had already been taken by employees of the funeral service agency, it would be transported to Krasnoyarsk. According to the wife of the deceased, Svetlana, no traces of alcohol and drugs were found in the body.
Dmitry's wife found out about her husband's death on October 2: she received a call from the military unit and was told that an investigation was underway. A close friend of the deceased, with whom he was mobilized at the same time, said that they were threatened in part against the background of "a conflict with other mobilized." The wife of the deceased herself says that her husband was a patriot and wanted to go on a "special operation." The wife of the Krasnoyarsk citizen, with whom Dmitry was mobilized in the same unit, claims that the man could not commit suicide:
“We have a suspicion that he is not himself, because Dima did not have any suicidal tendencies, no attempts. He has two small children. When he left, he was in a cheerful state of mind, he was going to return alive and well.
The publication notes that the examination of the body will be ready in a month and a half, the Investigative Committee will issue a copy of the autopsy report to the relatives.
Since the beginning of the "partial" mobilization in Russia, including the case in the military unit of Omsk, at least seven conscripts have died. On October 3, Baza and Astra reported that the body of a mobilized man was found in the Sverdlovsk region, who, according to the preliminary version, committed suicide. He was found in the canteen of the tank training center of the military unit in the village of Poroshino. The deceased had two cuts on his neck, and a blade lay next to him. According to Baza, the name of the deceased is Vladimir Potanin, he is 46 years old.
Also in the Elansky garrison of the Sverdlovsk region, one of the mobilized had a heart attack, another “abused alcohol and died of cirrhosis of the liver,” the EAN news agency reported , citing a medical certificate provided by the brother of the deceased. In Vladivostok, a mobilized 39-year-old truck driver Sergei Fedoseenko died in the police department due to cardiac arrest after being detained from the military registration and enlistment office. Mash reported this. A mobilized resident of the village of Zvezdny, Kabardino-Balkaria, Boris Shavaev , died on the parade ground while building at a military base, NewsTracker reported citing a source. At the recruiting station in the village of Andreevsky in the Tyumen region, the body of a mobilized person was also found , sources from the NEFT and 72.RU portals reported.
Putin announced a "partial" mobilization in Russia on September 21, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu promised to mobilize "about 300,000 reservists." However, agendas are handed out to almost everyone in a row. For example, in St. Petersburg, the police gave a local resident a summons to the draft board addressed to her uncle, who died nine years ago. Read more about such cases in The Insider .