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SBU gathers proof of Russian henchman for helping invading forces in occupying Kharkiv

WorldRussiaSBU gathers proof of Russian henchman for helping invading forces in occupying Kharkiv

The Security Service of Ukraine has collected indisputable proof on another Russian henchman who has helped in the invading forces in occupying the major areas across the Kharkiv region.

The security officials of the Security Service of Ukraine has detained him in September 2022 during the stabilization measures in the liberated areas of the region.

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As per the investigation, the perpetrator is a 32-year-old resident of the Kupyansk, who has voluntarily went to ensure cooperation with the Russian invaders.

For this, he was appointed to the ranks of the “Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Kharkiv Region” created by the aggressor. There he joined the so-called “patrol service platoon”.

In this “position”, the collaborator patrolled the streets of the city and took lessons in the illegal detention of local residents.

He “documented” each such detention of a person under contrived pretexts, and then “reported” about it to the leadership of the occupation authority.

On the basis of the collected evidence, the court found the perpetrator guilty under Part 7 of Art. 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (collaborative activity) and sentenced him to 12 years in prison.

The Security Service emphasizes the inevitability of punishment for crimes against our state.

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Complex measures were carried out by SBU employees in the Kharkiv region under the procedural guidance of the regional prosecutor’s office.

 

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