The Security Service has identified 14 more war criminals of the Russian Federation, who are involved in mass repressions against the civilian population during the occupation of Kherson.
Among them is the commander of the 50th separate operational brigade of the Russian Guard, Major General Mykhailo Kalupin. It is to be noted that the details about the following has been released by the Security Service of Ukraine via their official social media handle.
It was he who in the spring of 2022 commanded the suppression of peaceful protest actions in Kherson against the Russian invaders.
The details added that, “Then the Rashists used stun grenades and tear gas against the members of the resistance movement. The occupiers also beat Ukrainian citizens with rubber batons, and some of the victims received gunshot wounds.”
In addition, during a peaceful protest, the invaders abducted its participants and took them to Russian torture chambers, set up in captured buildings on the territory of the city. In this way, the suspects imprisoned at least 11 people.
It has been added that Kalupin gave the order for the violent dispersal of local rallies to another Russian general, Dmytro Peshakov. At that time, he held the position of commander of the reinforced tactical group of the 606th special purpose center of the North Caucasian district of the Rosguard troops.
According to the investigation, the punitive measures also took part in:
Colonel Oleksandr Naumenko – deputy head of the federal service of the Rosguard troops in the Rostov region;
Colonel Hryhoriy Zan – chief of staff of the 50th separate operational brigade of the Russian Guard;
Lieutenant colonel Dmytro Gaponov – chief of the operational department – deputy chief of staff of the 50th separate operational brigade of the Russian Guard.
And also the rank and file of this occupation group of the Russian Federation:
– Danylenko Eduard Kostyantynovich;
– Dzhiganov Rinat Movlitberdiyovych;
– Duysengaliyev Mirkhan Nurzhanovych;
– Kuular Naidan Georgiyovych;
– Masol Vladyslav Ihorovych;
– Mirzaliev Adil Fazylovych;
– Sovbanov Salman Kulmurzayovych;
– Serhiy Mykhailovych Turyshev;
– Oleksandr Mykolayovych Unegov.
On the basis of the collected evidence, SBU investigators notified 14 defendants of suspicion under Part 2 of Art. 28 and Part 1 of Art. 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (violations of the laws and customs of war committed by a group of persons).
Comprehensive measures are underway to establish their whereabouts and bring them to justice.