A screen was installed in the center of the occupied Melitopol for Easter, showing the appeal of the “military correspondent” Vladlen Tatarsky, who was killed in St. Petersburg on April 2.
“One day we will all die, and one day we will all be resurrected, that’s the good news,” Tatarsky says on the recording. He lists the killed commanders from the "DPR" and "LPR" who should be resurrected.
“Our commanders Motorola, Cluny, Vokha, the rest, Batya will be resurrected with us. All will be resurrected, all together we will be in the same ranks. In what body we will be, we do not know. We don't know when it will be, how it will be. But we know for sure that somehow this will happen, ”Tatarsky says from the screen. The video is published by RIA "Melitopol".
On April 2, an explosion occurred in a cafe in St. Petersburg, where the "creative evening" of propagandist Vladlen Tatarsky was held. He himself died, more than 30 people were injured. On April 4, the Basmanny Court of Moscow sent Daria Trepova to a pre-trial detention center for two months, who was detained on suspicion of organizing the explosion that killed Tatarsky. The girl is accused of bringing a figurine stuffed with explosives to Tatarsky's "creative evening". Trepova presented the figurine to Tatarsky, shortly after that there was an explosion.
Dmitry Kasintsev, an acquaintance of Trepova's, was detained in the same case. The National Anti-Terrorism Committee stated that the murder of Tatarsky was organized by the Ukrainian special services "with the involvement of agents from the FBK" Alexei Navalny. Trepova, after being detained, allegedly stated that she did not know about the explosives in the statuette and that she had been set up.