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Prosecutor’s office gathers data on over 20,000 law enforcers who worked in Crimea during occupation

The pretrial investigation takes place against these people
19:28, 12 April 2019

Crimean peninsula
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Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea has established personal data of over 21,000 people, who worked at the law enforcement bodies of Crimea and Sevastopol during the occupation of the peninsula as the office reported.

“The pretrial investigation takes place against these people, during which all necessary measures are assumed to get the evidence of their possible involvement in the state treason and other crimes and adoption of the legal decision toward each worker of the mentioned law enforcement bodies,” the prosecutor’s office noted.

Related: Occupants to count in dollars damage to Crimea caused by Ukraine

It is also noted that the Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea holds the pretrial investigation in the number of the opened criminal proceedings against the commitment of the state treason by the officers of 16 law enforcement bodies of Crimea and Sevastopol.

Crimea was annexed by Russia after the illegal referendum held on the peninsula in March 2014. Earlier, the Russian military captured all strategic military objects and buildings of the key authoritative bodies. Neither Ukraine nor the rest of the civilized countries recognized the results of the referendum. A number of the European and the world countries, including Ukraine, imposed the economic sanctions against Russia.  

Related: Debates on Crimea’s annexation to take place at British Parliament

As we reported, Google corporation began to show occupied Crimea as part of Russia (for Russian users).

 

 

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