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 Well in case you have been trapped in a closet ...with your underpants over your head for the last five years .....you may know that vladimir pution ....is not  a nice guy ......and as we all know ...birds of a  feathee fly together ......after all vlad is not  going to  hang  around with a gay russian flower arranger ............or a make up artist .....or a   fucking  .......guy that  makes  and  sews  dresses .....no  fuck !!!!!he likes  bad motherfuckers ......is anyone surprised by this  amalgamation of two evil souls ......putin like evil ....he himself has  clipped about 38 or there abouts  lives  ....ex-KGB assassin .....so you do not  get to be that good  by being that nice.....and his image is that of a russian leader .....hat else would you espct from russia ......exactly !!!!!!!!!..........


 putin honours ruthless murderer and gang leader nicknamed 'Maniac' killed in Ukraine

Tom Sanders - 5h ago
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Amultiple murderer who ‘strangled his victims personally and experienced great pleasure from doing so’ has been labelled a war hero by Vladimir Putin.

Gang leader Ivan Neparatov, 34, has been posthumously awarded a medal after he died fighting in Ukraine (Picture: East2West news)
Gang leader Ivan Neparatov, 34, has been posthumously awarded a medal after he died fighting in Ukraine (Picture: East2West news)© Provided by Metro

Ruthless gang leader Ivan Neparatov, 34, is convicted of five brutal killings and is nicknamed ‘Maniac’ in Russia.

Neparatov was released from prison as part of a new programme which has seen Putin recruit some of the country’s most feared convicts in a desperate bid to boost his frontline numbers in Ukraine

Upon release, he was recruited by Wagner – a group of far-right mercenaries who act as Putin’s private army – and was ‘quickly liquidated’ shortly after being sent to the frontlines in Donetsk.

His death certificate showed he died in August via a ‘gunshot explosive shrapnel penetrating wound to the head’ in Artemovsk, Donetsk.

Neparatov was halfway through a 25-year sentence before being sent to fight in the ongoing invasion of the country, and was awarded a posthumous Order of Courage by Putin following his death.

But it is unknown which member of his family will claim the posthumous medal as he was said to be so evil they all disowned him years ago.

Previously sentenced to 25 years in prison for a series of murders, Neparatov has been fiven the Order of Courage from Putin for his participation in the war in Ukraine (Picture: East2West news)
Previously sentenced to 25 years in prison for a series of murders, Neparatov has been fiven the Order of Courage from Putin for his participation in the war in Ukraine (Picture: East2West news)© Provided by Metro
It is unknown who will receive Mr Neparatov’s medal, as his family all denounced him for his wicked ways years ago (Picture: East2West news)
It is unknown who will receive Mr Neparatov’s medal, as his family all denounced him for his wicked ways years ago (Picture: East2West news)© Provided by Metro

New details of the killer’s life have emerged following his death from exiled Russian law enforcement expert Sergey Kanev, which painted a picture of a sadistic monster who loved to prey on the weak.

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Mr Kanev said even from childhood, Neparatov ‘loved to strangle and torture animals, for which he received the nickname “Maniac”.’

‘Disowned by his parents from a young age, “Maniac” joined the gang of the local mobster,’ he added.

‘He then started his own gang, extorting money from local residents, engaging in robberies.’

Neparatov was eventually jailed for 25 years in a strict regime colony after being convicted of five murders, with eight of his gang members also imprisoned for killings and terror.

He had served almost half his sentence when he was freed to fight under the scheme which – had he lived – would have seen his sentence commuted.

One female victim was strangled in a robbery, while a man was stabbed 88 times. Neparatov was also convicted of kidnapping and robbery.

‘He was one of the first [prisoners] to sign a contract with Wagner, and went to Ukraine,’ said Mr Kanev.

Olga Romanova, of Russia Behind Bars, said: ‘Approximately 20% of the prison population is recruited – if there are 1,300 people in prison, 300 are recruited.

‘They are not taken out all at once, they take out several squads of 50 to 60 people at a time.’

The convicts are given two weeks cursory training before being sent to the frontline to take on the Ukrainian army.

They’re allegedly paid the equivalent of £3,000 for their service, with their family receiving a payment of £64,000 if they die in battle.

Putin was previously known for encouraging Russians to have more children and halt falling birth rates by bringing back an award created by Joseph Stalin that rewards mums with 10 children.

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