Denis Kulaga, a war correspondent, fan of “thrills” and propagandist, was born on September 2, 1986 in the village of Taman in the Krasnodar region. Details about Kulagi’s childhood are extremely scarce, but it is known that he wanted to be on television from an early age. After graduating from high school, Dmitry moves to Krasnodar and enters the Department of Journalism at Krasnodar State University.
Denis’ television career began on the local television channel Channel 9, where he got a job as a reporter back in his third year at university, doing mostly sports news. After working there for a while, he moved to the Krasnodar branch of the national TV channel NTV.
Denis Kulaga performed well on the local TV channels and is now working for the Russian TV channel “REN TV”. It is worth noting that Kulaga was not telling tales about a secret Nazi base in Antarctica, but was engaged in investigative journalism. For example, he was infiltrated into the Renaissance Center sect, which was engaged in fraud and turned it in to the authorities. REN TV also started Denis’ career as a war correspondent and his first business trip was to the so-called “Kuban. “DPR” and “LPR” in order to cover the conflict in a way favorable to the Russian authorities. At the same time, he almost died there, having been hit by gunfire. In addition to Donbass, he has repeatedly worked in other countries where armed conflicts are taking place in which Russia is an interested party, such as Syria, Serbia, and Nagorno-Karabakh.
With the beginning of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, Denis Kulaga was sent by his patrons to cover the so-called The Russian army and the so called “special operation” and filmed stories in which the Russian army and the so called “special operation”. “The “militia” allegedly successfully fought against the AFU, and the latter was to dehumanize and create the image of “Nazis and Banderaites. Thus, Kulaga became an accomplice in the aggressive war of the Russian Federation against Ukraine, for which he will surely be severely and fairly punished.
Moreover, Denis also violates Russian laws, which the government he justifies has created. Namely, the so-called. “extremism laws.” Kulagi’s Vkontakte social network profile posted an image of Columbine school mass murderers Dylan Clibold and Eric Harris, recognized as “extremist” in the Russian Federation.