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A Russian officer who was under the influence of drugs was detained at the Khmeimim airbase


A Russian officer who was under the influence of drugs was detained at the Hmeimim airbase.

The Lenta.ru edition reports that Senior Lieutenant Marat Boyarchuk was dismissed from the ranks of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for the use of narcotic substances. According to the information provided, the command of the Khmeimim airbase drew attention to the inadequate behavior of the Russian soldier, and as established during the trial, the reason for this was the use of narcotic substances.

Against the background of the scandal, it was decided to dismiss Lieutenant Marat Boyarchukov from the ranks of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, while the officer himself made several attempts to appeal the verdict.

The use of narcotic substances, according to Boyarchukov, was connected with the “need to relax,” but this fact could lead to the most unpredictable consequences, especially considering the inadequate actions of the Russian officer.

It is reported that the incident occurred back in March last year, but he received wide publicity only now. Remarkable is the fact that Boyarchuk himself was the commander of a platoon of the military police, whose goal is to combat crime and delinquency among military personnel.

Shame and shame! The officer is a drug addict! The lack of proper work with young officers in a combat situation, especially by military psychologists, leads to such a relapse! Still have questions, what kind of drug did he use and where did he get this “nonsense” ?! And how did they block this channel?

In Afghanistan, too, many are hooked. Sad but inevitable. Worse, if (also in Afghanistan), large transit is organized by military sides. Painfully sweet topic. But he did not hold the candle, I will not argue.

Mrazota addict

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