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Ukrainian "saboteurs" Dudka, Bessarabov sentenced to 14 years in jail in annexed Crimea

It should be noted that the occupied court sentenced Dudka and Bessarabov to 14 years of imprisonment in a hard labor colony
10:56, 4 April 2019

Crimean Human Rights Group

Occupied Sevastopol City Court sentenced the Ukrainians Volodymyr Dudka and Olexiy Bessarabov, whom Russian authorities accuse of preparation subversions, to 14 years of imprisonment, as TASS news agency reported. 

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“The Judicial Chamber ruled to find Olexiy Bessarabov and Volodymyr Dudka guilty and sentence them to 14 years of imprisonment in a hard labor colony,” the decision of the judges reads.

Earlier, state prosecution in annexed Crimea asked the court to arrest Dudka and Bessarabov for 15 and 14 years and 10 months respectively.

Related: Ukrainian "saboteur" Panov transferred from Simferopol to Moscow

Dudka was arrested in November 2016 in Crimea along with Dmytro Shtyblikov and Oleksiy Besarabov. Russian Special Security Service FSB detained another so-called "Ukrainian saboteurs," who allegedly were planning sabotage on strategic sites of the occupied Crimea in Sevastopol, on November 9. The detainees were allegedly members of the ‘terrorist group of Ukraine’s Defense Ministry Intelligence Service’.

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