The SSU exposed a “judge” from occupied Yevpatoria who facilitated the new deportation of Crimeans to Siberia

The security service continues to systematically expose traitors and collaborators who are in the temporarily captured areas of our state. As a result of multi-stage investigative and operational actions, two more high-ranking officials were notified of suspicion for cooperation with the Russian Federation.

Among them is a former judge from the temporarily occupied Crimea. After the capture of the Ukrainian peninsula, he voluntarily joined the invaders. For this, they appointed him the so-called “judge of the Yevpatoria city court.”

While in the “post”, the enemy accomplice made illegal decisions regarding the forced deportation of local residents to remote regions of the Russian Federation, including Siberia.

He imposed “judicial” sentences for allegedly violating the current “laws” of the aggressor country. Thus, the “judge” of the occupying body grossly violated Ukrainian legislation and international humanitarian law.

Based on the collected evidence, the SBU investigators notified the perpetrator of suspicion under Part 1 of Art. 438 (violation of the laws and customs of war) of the Criminal Code of Ukraine.

In addition, the Security Service employees exposed another collaborator hiding in the temporarily occupied territory of southern Ukraine. He turned out to be the former deputy chief of the Kherson customs office, who supported the invaders after capturing part of the region.

Subsequently, he agreed with the aggressors’ proposal to head the “tax service of the Kherson region”.

It has been established that the former deputy chairman of the regional council, deputy-collaborator Vitaly Bulyuk, who was appointed by the enemy as the “first deputy head” of the local occupation administration, provided him with appropriate “protection”.

According to the investigation, his “protégé” organized the illegal collection of “taxes” in favor of the Russian Federation and also contributed to the raiding of Ukrainian enterprises that refused to cooperate with the aggressor.

In the course of operational actions, the Security Service established the location of both enemy henchmen, documented their criminal activities and conducted tough measures to bring the culprits to justice.

The investigation was carried out by the SSU of Crimea and Kherson region with the National Police under the procedural guidance of the Prosecutor’s Office of Crimea and Sevastopol and the Kherson region Prosecutor’s Office.

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