In Kozacha Lopan' in the Kharkiv region, a torture chamber of occupiers was found
During the settlement's occupation, representatives of the Russian Federation created a pseudo-law enforcement body, in the basement of which they equipped a dungeon, where civilians were tortured.
In Kozacha Lopan', Kharkiv region, they found the basement of the so-called "People's Militia", where the Russian army tortured people during the occupation.
The Office of the Prosecutor General reported this in the Telegram channel.
"On September 17, the leadership of the Dergachev district prosecutor's office of the Kharkiv region, as part of the criminal proceedings on the fact of collaboration activities (part 7 of article 111-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine), inspected the premises of the so-called" People's Militia of the village of Kazachya Lopan. "Law enforcement officers established that during the occupation In the settlement, representatives of the Russian Federation created a pseudo-law enforcement body, in the basement of which they equipped a dungeon, where civilians were tortured," the report says.
During the inspection, documents confirming the functioning of the pseudo police department were seized.
The UCP added that at present, persons who worked for representatives of the aggressor country in the village of Kozacha Lopan' had been identified, and measures are being taken to bring them to criminal responsibility.