The occupier managed to fight for only two days
17 JANUARY 2023
The mother of Dmitri Tsukanov, a “Wagnerite” liquidated in Ukraine, said that Prigozhin’s PMC gave her the remains of her son and 140,000 rubles (about 42,000 hryvnias) for the funeral. Relatives still cannot share this money.
As UNIAN reports with a reference to Russian media, the son of Olga Tsukanovavoluntarily signed a contract with “Wagner”, left his wife and child at home and went to kill Ukrainians. In early October, the mother of the “Wagnerite” was informed of his liquidation.
“On September 11, he called me for the last time and said: “Mom, we are being taken to Ukraine. Now pick up the phone from any numbers. Always stay connected.” On September 13, he was already dead,” the woman said.
However, the occupant’s wife and mother started a real war for compensation. According to the mother, the son’s wife deliberately hid his death so as not to share money with her. Allegedly, 140 thousand rubles were allocated for the funeral, which the beloved woman of the “Wagnerite” took for herself.
“He went to the special military operation as part of the “Wagner” PMC. He said that he would divide the insurance in half for his grandson and for me, but everything went to his girlfriend Yana. I have always treated her like a daughter. Apparently, she rushed and received all the money with medals herself. They didn’t even let me arrange a proper funeral. I was just relegated to the background,” said the indignant woman.
The issue of compensation for the “cargo 200” son worried his mother so much that she turned to the “Wagner” PMC. There, the woman was told that there would be no compensation.
“I hardly managed to find the number of the PMC representative. The employees asked: “What kind of insurance do you want if he was an adult, he signed the papers himself? You were given 140 thousand for the funeral, be satisfied.” I didn’t see the funeral money either,” the mother said.
Moreover, the Russian woman is not sure that she buried her own son. According to her, only 700 grams of the remains were brought to the burial.
The occupant’s wife Yana stated that he “passionately wanted to fight”, but he was not taken into the army due to a criminal record. He tried to fight with the Kadyrovites, but he could only get into the “Wagner” PMC.
The woman admitted that she took all the payments for her “cargo 200” husband. According to her, he himself wanted it.
“Before he left, we discussed with him the question of what we would do without him. Dima said that if he died, then there would be no problems with money, we will receive all the necessary payments. We agreed that we would buy our own house. And so it happened,” said Yana.