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Zakarpattia resident orders printing of posters that indict international hatred

Source : 112 Ukraine

She is the official suspect now
13:41, 10 December 2018

Poster located in Zakarpattia region which says "Let's stop separatists"
Andriy Lysenko Facebook

A woman who lives in Mukachevo, Zakarpattia region is suspected of the indictment to national hatred, as Andriy Lysenko, the Spokesperson of the Prosecutor General Office reported on Facebook.

It was noted that the woman ordered and organized printing of the posters with provocative content.

“It was defined that the woman ordered and paid to some local ad agency for printing of posters with provocative content with a sign “Let’s stop separatists”. In the future, in the night of October 19-20, 2018 they were placed on the territory of some villages in Zakarpattia region”.

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According to the Spokesperson of the Prosecutor General Office, the woman called “separatists” those who have nothing to do with separatism.

A 31-year-old resident of Mukachevo was served with charge papers on suspicion in committing intentional infliction directed at offending ethnic honour and dignity organized by an official in conspiracy with a group of people.

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The pre-trial investigation is underway.

Other individuals involved in the commission of this crime are being determined.

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