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Mikhail Teplinskiy. Putin’s military trump card

Mikhail Yuryevich Teplinskiy was born on January 9, 1969, in the village of Mospino, Donetsk Oblast of the Ukrainian SSR (now part of the Donetsk urban agglomeration). His father, Yuri Mikhailovich Teplinskiy, was born June 28, 1940, and worked at the Mospino coal processing plant. According to some statements, the mother, Teplinskaya (Anufrienko) Nina Maksimovna, born July 26, 1945, worked in a local kindergarten. The family lived in Mospino at 45 Gagarina Street. As of 2023, only the mother of Mikhail Teplinskiy is known to have survived. On March 12, 1976, another son, Dmitry, was born. In 2006, in the Donetsk Oblast, the younger Teplinskiy became a defendant in a criminal case under Art. 314 part 2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Illegal injection of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances or their analogues into the body). To extort money, he and two accomplices forcibly injected amphetamine to a local businessman. Fleeing from criminal prosecution, he left for the Russian Federation, where, with the help of his brother, he obtained Russian citizenship, and in October 2008, he even received the Order of Courage from the hands of then President Medvedev in the Kremlin (supposedly for participation in the war against Georgia). However, in 2009, he was also on the Russian federal wanted list.

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Mikhail Yuryevich Teplinskiy was born on January 9, 1969, in the village of Mospino, Donetsk Oblast of the Ukrainian SSR (now part of the Donetsk urban agglomeration). His father, Yuri Mikhailovich Teplinskiy, was born June 28, 1940, and worked at the Mospino coal processing plant. According to some statements, the mother, Teplinskaya (Anufrienko) Nina Maksimovna, born July 26, 1945, worked in a local kindergarten. The family lived in Mospino at 45 Gagarina Street. As of 2023, only the mother of Mikhail Teplinskiy is known to have survived. On March 12, 1976, another son, Dmitry, was born. In 2006, in the Donetsk Oblast, the younger Teplinskiy became a defendant in a criminal case under Art. 314 part 2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (Illegal injection of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances or their analogues into the body). To extort money, he and two accomplices forcibly injected amphetamine to a local businessman. Fleeing from criminal prosecution, he left for the Russian Federation, where, with the help of his brother, he obtained Russian citizenship, and in October 2008, he even received the Order of Courage from the hands of then President Medvedev in the Kremlin (supposedly for participation in the war against Georgia). However, in 2009, he was also on the Russian federal wanted list.

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