Russian soldier who shot begging civilians says war made him f***ing crazy

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Atrocities committed by Russian troops in Ukraine have changed their psyche after a call was intercepted between a Russian soldier and his wife, according to the Ukraine Security Service.

The conversation between a "drunken" Russian soldier and his wife, while he was in Kherson Oblast, reportedly "scared her a lot", repots

The security service said in its report that the soldier told his wife about atrocities against the civilians of Ukraine, adding that he said that he "humiliated Ukrainian civilians, shot at them (most often, according to the aggressor – in the head), even when they begged him for mercy."

The Russian citizen apparently admitted that he had become "f***ed up".

His wife is reported to have then asked "anxiously" how they can continue to live together, however, "the soldier does not care about it much."

According to the report the soldier said: "I can take a person and bang in the head [shoot in the head] from a machine gun, Kalashnikov, from PKM.

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"Don't you believe me?

"Nastia, I've become a motherf***er, I’m totally f***ing crazy.

"When there were civilians, I threw civilians into the trenches.

"Shot everyone in the head, killed them.

"They cried, begged me – I still shot them.

"Nastia, don't look at me, because I'm so 'kind' to you.

"I am who I am with you, I will come home the person I am."

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A statement from the Ukraine Security Service said: "We hope that this person as he is will end up being fertiliser for the Ukrainian land.

"And if not, the Security Service of Ukraine has got hold of his contacts, personal data and his confessions of [committing] crimes!

"And he will be held fully responsible for his actions at the international court. "

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