Media: “the Crimean saboteur” Sahta pleaded guilty

СМИ: "Крымский диверсант" Захтей признал свою вину

Andrew driver Sahta, accused the FSB of planning a terrorist attack

The prisoner refused lawyers and signed a pre-trial agreement with the investigation.

Arrested in the case of “Crimean saboteurs” Andrew driver Sahta admitted his guilt and concluded a pretrial agreement with the investigation, reported by the Media with reference to familiar with the progress of the investigation, the source.

Before that Sahta refused lawyers Alexander Popkov Aleksey Ladina and Ilnur Sharapov, with whom he concluded an agreement. Lawyers confirmed this information.

Andrew Sahta was detained in the night of 6 to 7 August in the village of Suvorovo in the Crimea. According to the FSB, he was to meet subversive group of the Main intelligence Directorate of Ukraine, preparing explosions on the Peninsula. During a firefight with the group died first, the FSB Lieutenant Colonel Roman Kamenev, then a paratrooper-a soldier Semyon Sychyov, the alleged saboteurs disappeared.

Zahau charged with the preparation of sabotage (article 30 and paragraph “a” of part 2 article 281 of the criminal code). Along with the prisoner in the case of “Crimean saboteurs” Evgeny Panov was transferred to the SIZO “Lefortovo” in Moscow, he was able to meet lawyers under the agreement. Tahta told them that he was in his car engaged in the transportation and waiting for ordered car customers when it stormed by FSB. After the call from customers Sahta together with field investigators came to the Rice village, where a gun battle ensued.

Arrested Tahta told lawyers that after detention he was brutally tortured. “The scars on my hands came from the fact that the FSB strongly pulled my wrists handcuffed. At the same time, when I was tortured with electric shocks, from the pain I was twitching, what the wrists appeared wounds. Tortured me for two days current. First was chained terminals to the legs and buttocks, turned on the current, demanding to confess to the crime. I told you I was a taxi driver and arrived at the scene of a shooting at the client’s call, but I continued to torture. Later terminals began to cling to the genitals, pain several times I lost consciousness,” he described the torture.

From February 2017 Sehta is in the detention center of Simferopol.

Earlier, the Ukrainian activist Natalia Kharchenko had to leave the Crimea because of harassment by the FSB.

As reported Корреспондент.netin the Crimea are regularly searched. Russian security officials often hold them in the houses of the Crimean Tatars. Recently in Bakhchisarai detained four people. Another man, Russian security forces beat.

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