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Russian court sentences Crimean Prykhodko to five years in jail

Source : 112 Ukraine

He is accused in the preparation of terrorist acts
17:22, 3 March 2021

Lyudmyla Denisova/Telegram

The court in Russia Rostov-on-Don has sentenced Crimean citizen Oleh Prykhodko to five years in a high-security prison, as Ombudsman Lyudmyla Denisova reported on Telegram.

“Today, South district military court of Rostov-on-Don has delivered an illicit verdict to our comrade on the trumped-up criminal case on supposed attempt to commit the terrorist act,” the message says.

In the first year of the term, Oleh Prykhodko has to spend in jail – high-security prison, where the prisoners stay in cells all the time.

Moreover, Prykhodko has to pay a fine in the sum of 110,000 rubles (37,600 hryvnias or $1,351).

The ombudsman urged the international society to continue putting pressure on Russia and demand the immediate release of all Kremlin prisoners.

On October 10, 2019, pro-Ukrainian activist Oleh Prykhodko from Saky was detained in annexed Crimea.

Earlier, arrested in annexed Crimea Oleh Prykhodko was accused of a terroristic act preparation. Prykhodko was charged with preparing an explosion in Saky

On February 8, 2019, FSB in Crimea held a search in the house of Oleh Prykhodko in the village of Orekhovo of Saky district. The security officers seized Ukrainian symbolism, the flags of Svoboda Party, red and black flags, a portrait of Stepan Bandera, equipment and home CDs. After the search, Prykhodko was taken to Simferopol, where he was questioned about his activities and connections on the mainland of Ukraine.   

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