Ukraine’s SBU captures collaborator in Kharkiv Oblast

14 September, 04:27 PM
Suspect helped invaders with food and shelter, helped them rob fellow Ukrainians (Photo:SBU)

Suspect helped invaders with food and shelter, helped them rob fellow Ukrainians (Photo:SBU)

A collaborator who remained in the liberated territory of Kharkiv Oblast after occupying Russian troops fled has been detained by Ukraine’s SBU security service, its agents said in a Telegram post on Sept. 14.

It has been established that a 61-year-old resident of a village in the oblast’s Chuhuiv District volunteered to cooperate with the Russian invaders immediately after their invasion.

In particular, the suspected collaborator:

• provided the invaders with food and housing;

• directed enemy troops to the houses of wealthy fellow villagers in order to illegally seize household appliances and cars from them;

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• helped to conduct searches of his fellow villagers and was engaged in looting abandoned houses.

The detainee has been served with charge papers under Part 1 of Art. 111−2 (assistance to the aggressor state) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. The article provides for punishment of from 10 to 12 years in prison.

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