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Brett Sean Benner, who was captured in Mariupol, was shown on Russian TV

Brett Sean Benner, who was captured in Mariupol, was shown on Russian TV

A second British soldier who was captured fighting with the Ukrainian army appeared in a show on Russian state television.

Sean Penner, 48, was seen in a chilling teaser video released Saturday night.

“Hello, I am Sean Penner, I am a British citizen. I was captured in Mariupol. I am part of the 36th Brigade of the 1st Battalion of the Ukrainian Marines.

“I was fighting in Mariupol for five to six weeks and now I am in the Donetsk People’s Republic.”

In the clip, the soldier was wearing a blue jacket and had no bruises but looked tired.

Benner – originally from Bedfordshire, England, but living in the Ukrainian city of Donbass – was fighting in the besieged city of Mariupol alongside his friend Aiden Aslin, 28, The Guardian newspaper reported.

Sean Benner was fighting in the besieged city of Mariupol alongside his friend and fellow Briton Aiden Aslin.
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Aslin – was the first known British prisoner of war – was I also shot a promotional video It was released last week on Russian state television. In the clip, he was asked if he was responsible for any killings.

“I don’t know,” he replied nervously in English. “I didn’t get into any fights.”

The Kremlin has Claimed to be 1,026 Marines The fight for Ukraine – including 162 officers – surrendered “as a result of the successful attacks of the Russian armed forces and militia units of the Donetsk People’s Republic”, referring to the pro-Russian rebel Ukrainian forces.

Soldiers of the militia of the Donetsk People's Republic.
Russia claimed that 1,026 US Marines fighting for Ukraine had surrendered.
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Boehner had previously expressed concerns about his arrest.

“I fear for my life. The Russians will treat us differently if we are captured because we are British. This is always on my mind, that I will be captured” Tell the mail on Sunday in january.

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But he said he felt a duty to fight on behalf of his new home.

“Here I am defending my family and the adopted city. Russia started this war. It is funded by Russia and led by Russia, but we will fight them, and we will not go wrong with it.