At his direction, the market “Barabashovo” was shelled last year.
SBU employees detained an intruder in August 2022 / photo SBU press service
The informant of the Main Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, who corrected Russian rocket and artillery strikes on places of mass gathering of people in Kharkiv, was sentenced to 12 years in prison by the court’s decision.
About this informs Security Service of Ukraine.
“It was on his “guidance” last year that the occupiers fired at the local market “Barabashovo”, which is the largest shopping center in Ukraine,” the report said.
The Russian informant also collected intelligence on the locations of the Defense Forces in the territory of the regional center, in particular, fortified areas, as well as routes of movement of units of Ukrainian troops in the direction of the eastern front.
SBU officers detained the attacker in August 2022 during counter-subversive measures in Kharkiv.
According to the investigation, the convicted person is a local resident who, after the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation, “poured” information about the deployment and movement of units of the Armed Forces into the Russian Telegram bot. In this way, he came to the attention of Russian military intelligence, which later remotely involved him in cooperation in favor of the aggressor country.
The court found the intruder guilty under Part 3 of Art. 114-2 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (unauthorized dissemination of information about the transfer, transfer of weapons, armaments and military supplies to Ukraine, the movement, transfer or placement of the Armed Forces).
As UNIAN reported, in March 2022, the Barabashovo market, the largest in Eastern Europe, located in Kharkiv, was fired upon by Russian missiles.
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As UNIAN reported, a local resident was arrested in the Kherson region, who was employed by the Rashists as the chief accountant at a captured medical facility. A resident of the Bilozer district supported the Russian invaders and offered her “candidacy” to work in the occupation authorities.
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