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Russian military executed journalist Levin in cold blood

Executions could be preceded by interrogation with torture, according to the organization.

On April 1, near the village of Guta, the police found the body of photojournalist Max Levin.​​​​​​/ Photo by Max Levin on Facebook

Ukrainian photojournalist Maksim Levin and his friend Alexei Chernyshov, a UAF fighter, were executed in cold blood by Russian troops in the woods near Kyiv in March.

The organization came to this conclusion “Reporters Without Borders” after a thorough study of the circumstances of the journalist’s death, including evidence found at the crime scene.

Probably Levin went into the woods to get his drone back. There he was noticed by enemy troops, who had already occupied part of the territory.

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The journalist was sure that the footage captured by the drone was good evidence of the brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Executions could be preceded by interrogation with torture, according to the organization.

Accompanied by members of the Ukrainian security forces, RSF was able to locate the crime scene. The charred Ford Maverick Levin was still there.

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At the scene, RSF specialists found several bullets, as well as Chernyshev’s identity documents, and installed 14 bullets in his car.

In the last phase of the search initiated by the RSF, metal detectors found a bullet that likely hit Levin.

As UNIAN wrote, on April 1, near the village of Guta Police find body of photojournalist Max Levin. Previously, the occupiers killed the photographer with two shots from small arms.

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