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Journalist Boyko says Ukraine's Security Service opened case against him

Source : 112 Ukraine

Boyko also claims that Security Service has received in court sanction to conduct a search at his home as soon as he returns from abroad
13:30, 5 January 2020

112 Agency

Journalist Volodymyr Boyko said that the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) began criminal proceedings because of his publications about the involvement of "SBU agents" in the terrorist attack at the Palace of Sports in Kharkiv in February 2015 and the explosion of a grenade near the Verkhovna Rada in August 2015. The journalist said this on his page on Facebook.

"The Security Service of Ukraine began criminal proceedings against my humble person, while it seizes documents in all state institutions that mention my last name," Boyko noted.

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The journalist believes that the reason was his publication, in which he wrote that "SBU agents staged a terrorist act in Kharkiv in February 2015 and threw a grenade near the Verkhovna Rada in August 2015."

Boyko also claims that the SBU received in court a sanction to conduct a search at his home as soon as he returns from abroad.

As we reported, Ukraine's State Security Service will keep on working to make sure that all Ukrainian citizens are released from captivity in the temporarily occupied Donbas. The press office of the SBU reported that on Monday, quoting SBU Head Ivan Bakanov.

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