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28.12.1994
Born and raised in the village. He studied at the college for technologist, worked as a cook in a restaurant. In addition, as an unskilled worker at a construction site, children’s animator, celebrations designer, was a camp caretaker, painted on clothes. He was involved in organizing of free markets, Food not Bombs, free libraries. He served in the fleet.

From the words of Ivankin:
“I am a cosmopolitan, interested in sociology, psychology. I love hiking, Dima [Pchelintsev] introduced me to everyone as a person who knows all the poems. I have a negative attitude to wars and violent problem solving. ”

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SIZO-1, 440039 Russia, Penzenskaya obl., Penza, ulitsa Karakozova 30
Ivankin Maxim Sergeevich, 1995
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