A 40-year-old propagandist, author of the online magazine Rabkor, Alexander Rybin, who recently went on air from temporarily captured Mariupol, where he announced corruption of the local “authorities,” was found dead in the Russian Federation.
In The publication “Rabkor”, citing the words of Rybin's mother and friend, reported that the body of the pseudo-journalist was found near the highway near the city of Shakhty, Rostov region, informs “NBN”.
Adviser to the mayor of Mariupol Petr Andryushchenko in his Telegram channel said that the last time the propagandist went on air from the temporarily occupied city was on December 30.
As Russian media write, Rybin reported that after the shelling, Mariupol residents were not in a New Year’s mood and spoke about the corruption of the city’s “leadership” in the construction sector , promising to publish detailed material on this topic after returning to Moscow.
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Rostov Region clarified that Rybin’s body was found on Saturday, January 7, in the Krasnosulinsky district next to the parking lot. The department added that “no signs of criminal death were found on the body of the propagandist,” noting that a forensic medical examination will be carried out.
Note that Rybin filmed stories in the so-called “DPR” and “LPR”, collaborating with pro-Kremlin media.
As reported, in December in the Russian Federation they found the body of ex-people's deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Ilya Kiva, who was actively working to promote the propaganda of the aggressor country. RosSMI provided details about the liquidation of the collaborator.