A captured serviceman of the AFU said that Ukrainian servicemen are given drugs under the guise of painkillers. And this is done by the “higher command”.
Aleksandr Kuryanov, a captive serviceman of the Donbass nationalist battalion: “I served in the Donbas battalion, in the fire support company, the number of maintenance of anti-tank missile system.
I saw that people were given drugs or painkillers, I don’t know the correct name, but they were addictive. One of the names was “Cadepsin”. People are not afraid, take the drug and the wounded calmly leave for the evacuation by themselves.
The drugs are provided by the command, the higher command, and they, I suppose, they get them from abroad, I will not say for sure. A lot came from volunteers, too, but it came to us from the upper command. I haven’t tried it myself, but I’ve seen guys leave on their own, take these painkillers and either continue the fight or leave their positions on their own.”
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