Ukraine’s Security Service exposes lawmaker on distribution of separatist Internet materials In Dnipropetrovsk region

Source : 112 Ukraine

He also disseminated false information that discredits Ukrainian military units and law enforcement agencies
20:39, 22 April 2020

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The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) exposed the head of the budget committee of one of the village councils of the Dnipropetrovsk region, involved in the dissemination of separatist materials via the Internet. The SBU press service reports.

According to the SBU, the lawmaker of the village council, who is also the head of the local public formation, popularized on its pages in social networks, including those banned in our country, the separatist organizations ‘Luhansk People Republic and the Donetsk People Republic.’

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He also disseminated false information that discredits Ukrainian military units and law enforcement agencies, in particular, participants in the operation of the Joint Forces.

"For conducting illegal activities, the agitator used materials from propaganda sites of Russia and illegal armed groups," the SBU said in a statement.

Security service operatives found that his circle of "friends" from the Internet environment included users who were related to the Russian special services and militant groups.

In turn, law enforcement authorities conducted searches at the place of residence of the defendant, where they found computer equipment with information confirming the illegal activity. The seized materials and equipment were sent for examination.

As we reported before, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) liquidated laboratories for the production of psychotropic substances in the Kyiv region, organized by a professor of chemistry.

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