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The war comes home? Raleigh, North Carolina. The Ukraine Conflict connection?
Story March 4, 2022 By Cullen Browder, WRAL anchor/reporter.
"A Russian millionaire arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Raleigh. New social media video of expired Russian military food. A stalled 40-mile long Russian military convoy in Ukraine. WRAL Investigates found they may all be connected."
"Video circulating on social media reportedly shows a Ukrainian soldier mocking Meals Ready to Eat, or MREs, given to the Russian military. The packaging shows they were made in 2013 and expired in 2015, yet are on the battlefield today, 7 years later."
"The label on the expired food, written in Cyrillic, translates to a tie back to an infamous criminal case in Raleigh. Federal investigators say Voentorg is the company Leonid Teyf used to get $150 million in kickbacks on Russian military contracts. Teyf and his wife were arrested back in 2018 when the FBI raided their mansion based on a murder-for-hire plot, bribing a public official, tax return issues and immigration violations."
Leonid the bad guy? Crooked contracts? Russian troops starving? Food rations as issued out-of-date, no good?
Leonid continues his bad ways USA. Send Leonid to the Ukraine front as a mere private in the Russian army. Maybe duty in a penal battalion more sufficient.