Detention of Ukrainian “saboteurs” may lead to freezing negotiations on exchange, - Feygin

Source : 112 Ukraine

Feygin says the detainees will be charged in terrorism, which means 20 years in prison
12:34, 10 November 2016


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The detention of the “saboteurs” in the Crimea may lead to freezing negotiations on prisoners exchange. This was stated by the Russia lawyer Mark Feygin on air of 112 Ukraine TV channel.

“It is a strange coincidence – the elections in the US, position of one of the US presidential candidates who spoke of possible negotiations about Crimea and recognition of its aggression. I have a feeling that there is a political factor. I believe this is the next fake. Such events always have their political consequences. For instance, freezing of the negotiations in all humanitarian exchanges. Thus, it became problematic to discuss exchanging Sentsov, Kolchenko, Karpyuk, Klykh,” announced Feygin.

Related: Ukraine’s intelligence denies FSB statement about “Ukrainian saboteurs”

According to Feygin, the detainees shall be charged in terrorism, stipulating 20 years in prison.

“They will be charged in terrorism, article 205, then a whole bouquet will be added… And the sum of criminal articles will lead to life imprisonment,” added the lawyer.

Mark Feygin also reminded that the “Crimean saboteurs”, detained in August are being held in Lefortovo pre-trial detention facility. The detained later Ukrainian journalist Roman Sushchenko charged in espionage is also held in Lefortovo.

“Zakhtey and Panov are in Lefortovo, as well as Sushchenko. They have lawyers, who had already entered their cases. As I understand, Zindze entered the case of Panov, Novikov and Pavlov entered the case of Zakhtey. Everything depends on the lawyers, they are providing the information,” noted Feygin.


Related: Britain supports UN resolution on human rights violations in Crimea

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