Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2

A recreation center in a forest in the Khabarovsk region have settled 11 people who expect their fighters do NATO. At our request, the blogger Alexander Golovko took what is happening at the moment at the base. They all found the ad on the web about the set in NATO, then signed contract teaching service in the armed forces of the military alliance. Under this contract, they receive 500 rubles daily. In addition, the agreement stated that the most active participant will receive fees iPad 2.

Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2
Recruits lured into NATO for 500 rubles a day, and iPad 2

According to the Russian Criminal Code, the crime is a mercenary. Article 359, part 3 says: "The participation of mercenaries in armed conflict or hostilities shall be punished by imprisonment for a term of 3 to 7 years with a restriction of freedom for up to 1 year or without. (Note: A mercenary is a person who acts in
order to obtain a real interest and is not a national of a country participating in the armed conflict or hostilities, not constantly living on its territory, and not a person directed to carry out official obligations.) "

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