Ex-separatist “DNR” surrendered to the police

Экс-сепаратист "ДНР" сдался полиции

The man voluntarily surrendered to police

Man a month and a half he served at the block-post of separatists, after five years hiding from the police.

The police asked the man, who in 2014 served in the ranks of the separatists “DNR”. The previous five years he was hiding from law enforcement authorities, however, decided to confess to illegal activities, for which he received a guaranteed government the opportunity to exempt from criminal liability. On Monday, April 8, the press service of the police of the Donetsk region.

It is noted that the 42-year-old resident Watch Yara admitted that he served the separatists at the checkpoint in Bakhmut district. His duties was the inspection of vehicles and testing drivers. A month and a half after his appointment, the mercenary disillusioned with the separatists, because left their ranks and began to lead a hidden life.

“After five years in fear of punishment man has learned from the media about to free myself from the responsibility and took advantage of this opportunity”, – stated in the message. The man gave evidence on their illegal activities, which are now checked by the investigators.

If it is established that during his stay in the ranks of “DNR” the suspect did not commit serious crimes against the civilian population, on the basis of section 6 of article 260 of the Criminal code of Ukraine he will be released from criminal liability.

We will remind, in March in Bakhmut two separatist surrendered to the police. In Lugansk region armed separatists surrendered to the Ukrainian military. The man was carrying a Kalashnikov AK-74, the Russian ruble, “military ticket” and other “documents”, “LC”.

 

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