The SBI issued a notice of suspicion to former security guard who helped russians seize the children's camp Artek in Crimea
SBI employees have served a notice of suspicion in absentia to a former law enforcement officer from Crimea who helped the occupiers seize the Artek International Children's Centre.
At the time of the occupation of the peninsula by russia in 2014, the man served in Ukrainian law enforcement agencies and guarded Artek.
For his contribution to the seizure of the International Children's Centre on the peninsula, the traitor was promoted to a position in the illegally created "Ministry of Internal Affairs" of the invaders.
In 2019, the former law enforcement officer joined the rosgvardia and is currently involved in the persecution of citizens who disagree with the russian authorities, and participates in the dispersal of rallies and demonstrations in the temporarily occupied Crimea.
The former law enforcement officer is suspected of high treason (Part 1 of Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine).
The sanction of the article provides for punishment in the form of imprisonment for up to 15 years with confiscation of property.
The Zhytomyr Regional Prosecutor's Office is in charge of the proceedings.