At home the occupant was living off his elderly mother.
A 53-year-old mobilized veteran with the call sign "Bashkir", who cheated his elderly mother for 78 thousand rubles and was going "to seize Kyiv and Riga", was liquidated in Ukraine.
OSINT expert Irakli Komakhidze reports that reserve officer "Bashkir" was mobilized on September 26th last year. He was sent from Ufa to the gathering point in Millerovo in Rostov Region.
"The mobilized had been living off his old mother all his life and only in September-November last year he forced her to send him 78,000 rubles for food and clothes. The last time he got in touch was in November. His death became known only recently," said the expert.
According to Komakhidze's information, as a young man "Bashkir" did his military service in Nagorno-Karabakh, then entered a military school. At the end of the 1990s he received the status of veteran of combat operations in Chechnya and Tajikistan. But apparently his military career did not work out.
In 2014, the occupant went to Donbass among the first "volunteers" and fought in the 1st Slavic Brigade, where he stayed for about a year. When he returned home, he started working as a builder at a construction site.
The occupant had no family of his own and the mother describes her only son as "well-read, an expert in history and military affairs". She also notes that her son could have become a commander long ago if he had been a little more confident and persistent.