The third arrested allegedly “Ukrainian spy” in Sevastopol on November 10 could be the reserve captain of 2nd rank, former captain of electronic intelligence ship Vladimir Dudka. This was reported by Crimea SOS, adding that this information was confirmed by the relatives of Dudka.
It was reported earlier that of the arrested person’s surname is Dudko. But Crimea SOS writes with a link on Facebook page of the journalist Aleksandr Yanovskiy that a real surname of the detained is Dudka. Nevertheless we were not able to find such message on his page.
We found Dudka’s page in Odnoklassniki, having checked the initials, the daily further writes. Let’s note that the patronymic of the detained did not appear in the net before and the daily did not name it. And there is no patronymic on the page of the detained. At the same time there are more than 400 people with the same name and surname.
We can only assume that page’s owner lives in Sevastopol according to the information on Vladimir Dudka’s page and he was probably born in Kazakhstan.
On one of the photos a person standing behind Dudka resembles the other “saboteur” Dmitry Shtyblikov.
Dudka is a member of All-Ukrainian public Association “Association of Ukrainian Intelligence Veterans”, reserve captain of 2nd rank, former captain of electronic intelligence ship “Jupiter” in 1997-2001 and he became a member of the regional public reception of the Defense Minister Pavel Lebedev in Sevastopol, Crimea SOS claims referring to open sources.
The daily also claims to have contacted Dudka’s son, but the latter blocked the messages. Son’s employer supposedly said that he did not appear on his working place at all and didn’t pick up the phone during the day. It’s impossible to get in touch with him according to Dudka’s friends.
Although his common with his wife page in Odnoklassniki shows that the user was in the net on November 11, at 14:54.
As it was reported earlier, Ukraine’s intelligence experts are targeted by FSB. In occupied Crimea, Russian FSB detained a group of people, calling them "Ukrainian saboteurs".