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Ukraine's State Security Service detains ex-'chief of AA defense' of combat unit of 'Donetsk People's Republic'

The court ruled that Volodymyr Tsemakh will spend 60 days in custody
16:38, 4 July 2019

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Workers of the State Security Service of Ukraine detained Volodymyr Tsemakh, the former chief of anti-aircraft defense of Slovyansk Brigade of the so-called "Donetsk People's Republic". Roman Hontarev, the lawyer of the detained man said that in a commentary for UNN news agency

"He is held in custody in Kyiv, as a suspect", the lawyer said.

The court ruled that Volodymyr Tsemakh will spend 60 days in custody.

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The media controlled by Russian mercenaries reported that Tsemakh was detained in late June; they took him in the occupied Snizhne, stunned him and brought him to the territory controlled by Ukraine. 

The investigation reported that Tsemakh could prove valuable as the top-rank officer of the AA defense in the non-recognized Donetsk People's Republic. he could serve as the witness in the MH17 case. 

Related: Militant, who was hiding in Russia for 5 years, detained in Donbas

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