Vladimir Putin Frees Satanist Cannibal Monster Who Ate His Victims After Serving Russia Against Ukraine


Russian President Vladimir Putin has pardoned a man convicted of murdering four adolescents in a “ritual” and sentenced to twenty years in prison for that offense, in exchange for his assistance in the conflict in Ukraine.

Nikolai Ogolobyak, who admitted to membership in a Satanist sect, received a sentence of imprisonment in July 2010 for murder, larceny, and the desecration of a body. Ogolobyak’s apartment was where, in 2008, members of the sect sautéed and consumed the organs of their victims, according to court documents cited by the Russian publication 76.ru.

Putin’s Satanist Cannibal Warrior in Ukraine

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the government, via a video conference at the Kremlin in Moscow on June 21, 2023.

Reportedly, for several months, Russia has conducted extensive prison recruitment in an effort to bolster its military operations in neighboring Ukraine.

In May, the British Ministry of Defense reported that despite Russia’s military’s “escalation” in the recruitment of incarcerated individuals this year, the rate of casualties in Ukraine has not maintained pace with the effort.

As per his father’s statement to the news organization, Ogolobyak was assigned to the infamous “Storm Z” unit for a duration of six months. This unit has been utilized by Russia to execute localized offensives along the front lines in Ukraine. Presently, Ogolobyak resides in the Yaroslavl region adjacent to Moscow.

“This is indeed accurate. He served there in Storm Z for six months. Following his trauma, he is rendered disabled. He is ambulatory, but the injury sustained was severe,” said Ogolobyak’s father, adding that his son’s injuries make it unlikely that he will be recalled to Ukraine to fight.

Ogolobyak, according to his father, returned from Ukraine on November 2 and resides with his mother at this time.

2006 saw the formation of the sect to which Ogolobyak belonged by then-15-year-old Konstantin Klyk Baranov. For a number of years, members engaged in “bloody rituals” in which they sacrificed canines and cats and used their blood to baptize new members.

Eight members murdered and dismembered four Yaroslavl college students during the summer of 2008. The defendants were imposed prison terms varying from eight to twenty years. Twenty years were allotted to Ogolobyak in an utmost security colony.

The Kremlin was criticized for Putin’s pardoning of Vladislav Kanyus, an individual convicted of the murder of his ex-girlfriend of 23 years. The news follows this backlash. In July of last year, he received a seventeen-year maximum-security prison sentence in connection with the 2020 murder of Vera Pekhteleva in Kemerovo, Siberia.

Prisoners “atone with blood for crimes committed on the battlefield, in assault brigades, under bullets, and under shells,” Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin, told reporters on November 10.

In June, the mother of the murdered woman disclosed that she had discovered Kanyus had enlisted to fight in the Ukraine conflict. Alena Popova, an advocate for human rights, reported on November 8 that Putin had granted Kanyus a pardon.

At least seventeen individuals convicted of high-profile homicides, including Kanyus, were granted pardons to serve in Ukraine in 2022 and 2023, according to the Russian investigative website Agentstvo, which was established in 2021.

According to the publication, all of the murderers participated in the conflict in Ukraine, and some have since committed additional offenses upon their return to Russia.

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