SHOOTOUT IN SIBERIA: One Pissed Off Reindeer Herder Vs. Two Energy Company Managers

Two upper level managers employed by the energy giant, Gazprom, picked the wrong day to illegally hunt reindeer on tribal lands in Siberia this Christmas.

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In Russia’s Yamalo-Nenets autonomous region, lies one of the coldest and most remote places on our planet. Unlike the rest of the “Venti Mocha Frappuccino” world we live in, the Nenet people take their borders very seriously. In fact, the only thing more important than borders to the Nenet people, are their beloved reindeer.  Hunting reindeer on their tribal lands can be a deadly mistake.

Just days ago, Andrey Hodakov and Denis Svistunov, two Gazprom managers, “wandered” off into the wilderness while hunting.  Not long into their, “wandering”, they were confronted by a 22 year old Nenet man who demanded they leave his tribal lands immediately.

The well armed Russian energy company mangers refused to leave and quickly found themselves exchanging gunfire with the pissed off 22 year old reindeer herder.

Their bodies were discovered some 48 hours later next to a remote hunters  hut with bullet holes in them.

According to a report by LifeNews, the reindeer herders resolve to drive the men off resulted in the shootout in which the reindeer herder shot and killed the men (poachers, illegal aliens, trespassers, undocumented hunters, etc.)

The 22 year old Nenet man was arrested and is awaiting trial for the murder of the two men.

The Nenet people have thrived in the unbelievably harsh living conditions of Western Siberia for thousands of years by herding and protecting their reindeer. They feed their children and ensure the stability of future generations by protecting their lands and resources.

Every country in the world is suffering today for a lack of these kinds of values.


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