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Court of annexed Crimea arrests Ukrainian Kostyantyn Davydenko for 10.5 years

The court accused Davydenko of espionage in favor of Ukraine
16:34, 6 June 2019

 

Kostyantyn Davydenko
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The court of annexed Crimea sentenced Ukrainian Kostyantyn Davydenko to 10.5 years of imprisonment in correctional labor colony as Crimean human rights group reported.

Judge Andry Paliy delivered the verdict on June 6. A day before, the prosecutor insisted on 12 years in the colony.

Davydenko is accused of the espionage in the favor of Ukraine: a gathering of evidence, which make the state treason, to pass it to the foreign state.

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Earlier we reported that the FSB, Russia's Federal Security Service claimed that a Ukrainian citizen was detained in Simferopol, in the annexed Crimea. The FSB claimed that Kostyantyn Davydenko, the citizen of Ukraine appeared to have intentionally collected secret information about the activities of the National Guard and the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation.

The service opened the criminal case against Davydenko, accusing him of espionage.

Lefortovo Court of Moscow arrested Davydenko for two months soon.

 

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