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FSB officers ‘lost’ in Kherson region detained for 15 days, fined for $12
09:21, 6 July 2017
FSB officers ‘lost’ in Kherson region detained for 15 days, fined for $12

Court ruling look careless and contain a lot of inaccuracies, agency authors write

09:21, 6 July 2017

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Kalanchaksky court of Kherson region sentenced two Russian FSB servicemen who allegedly got lost during the training to 15 days of detention and fined for 12 dollars. Such ruling was published in the registry of court decisions of Ukraine, reports Ukrainian Truth with the reference to InformNapalm.

“Court ruling look careless and contain a lot of inaccuracies,” agency authors write.

In particular, the number of unit where the detainees serve is written incorrectly. In addition, according to the court's decision, they were detained at 11:00 on June 30 on the coast of Mala Kosa six kilometers from Oleksandrivka, Kherson region, whereas earlier the State Border Service reported of the detention of FSB agents at 00:30.

Related: FSB agent detained in Odesa

As it was reported earlier court arrested two lost in Ukraine Russian border guards for 15 days. Kalanchaksky court opened procedures against two Russia’s servicemen.

Related: Ukrainian activist forced to leave Crimea because of FSB persecution

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