We got hold of the conversations of Russian riot police officer Nikolai Tissen with his daughter, a Russian soldier, and "colleagues" from the invading Russian forces. They discuss the deployment of the riot police in Kherson, the Ukrainian resistance, the falsification of the "referendum on joining Russia," and the Ukrainian Armed Forces' counteroffensive.
From "business trips" and the seizure of someone's apartment to the counteroffensive of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and the retreat from Kherson, the episode by Lesya Ivanova is based on Tissen's Telegram messages.
Before publishing the issue, we handed over all the materials to the SBU and the Defense Intelligence of Ukraine.
00:00 - Tissen's Telegram messages
02:30 - About Tissen
03:37 - What Zveroboj was doing in Kherson
06:00 - Talking to Tissen
06:19 - The resistance movement in Kherson
07:41 - Pseudo-referendum in Kherson
08:28 - "Business trips" to Ukraine
09:18 - Motivation to go to Ukraine
11:02 - Fundraiser
11:50 - Daughter of a Russian soldier from Moscow
15:00 - How Tissen's daughter "dispersed" a one-person anti-war protest
16:22 - Tissen's commander Yevgeny Pankov
18:28 - Sergey Ipatov
20:10 - Roman Tsitsilin
20:58 - Evgeny Grishko
21:31 - "Nationalist" Evgeny
22:35 - Vladimir Boroshko - took part in the pseudo-referendum
23:47 - Alexander Kislovkovalsky, another member of Tissen's unit
24:58 - Boris Snytko
25:33 - Nazi Boris from the previous tour of duty
26:48 - What's up with to Tissen now