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"Previously, our actions exploded the Russian media and even forced Russian President's press secretary Dmitry Peskov to make heavy-handed statements about "the secret services, which had already been ensuring pilots' security". The Russian Internet community was also extremely terrified by translations of the information on the pilots into Arabic. It should be reminded that the essence of our ultimatum is to halt commission of the crimes of the Kremlin-terrorist forces in Ukraine and abroad," Censor.NET reports citing the new open source investigation by InformNapalm.
The new article concerns white 16 Su-24M aircraft from the airbase No. 6980 taking part in punitive operations against the Syrian people, which was flashed in the story by RT.
"The story of the Russian Zvezda TV channel showing the exercise of pilots from the airbase No. 6980 helped to find the information on the crew.
In this video, navigator Anton Shulga (who was born on February 18, 1989, finished school No. 16 in Chelyabinsk and graduated from the Chelyabinsk Red Banner Military Aviation Institute of Navigators in 2011) gives an interview to a reporter standing in front of a Su-24 aircraft with side number '1x' (10, 16 or 18). The volunteers of the 'Myrotvorets' center (special thanks to the center's staff known as 'Shurf') helped us to establish that Anton Shulga took part in the punitive operations in Syria and to indirectly prove he was the navigator of the 'white 16' aircraft.
In the course of gathering the evidence it became known that Shulga cleaned up all his personal information in the Internet before leaving to Syria. However, he was let down by his own wife. She did her best, of course, but these slapdash actions were noticed by the analysts. It is thanks to her efforts we received basic information about her husband - a war criminal. We had no Anton's pictures from Syria, only from Shagol airfield near Chelyabinsk. But Anastasia Shulga dispelled all our doubts. She deleted all her photos with the husband in the end of September - exactly at the moment when the Russian warplanes deployment to Syria started (the first screenshot shows the pictures in her photo album on September 17, the 2nd screenshot is from October 17; the deleted pictures are marked with red color). But it seemed not enough, so she changed the last name in the blog. Thus, InformNapalm got her maiden surname and, thanks to that, the previous place of residence in Belarus and the date of birth. Also it was a sign that disappearance of the pictures with the husband had a reason. The wedding pictures carefully collected by Anastasia also gave us a lot of information about her husband and his relatives.
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