Two Crimean “saboteur” made a deal with Russia and he admitted that he had prepared “explosions”
The defendants in the preparation of “sabotage” in the annexed Crimea Andrey Tahta and Dmitry Shtyblikov concluded pre-trial agreement on cooperation with the Prosecutor’s office. They pleaded guilty and gave evidence confirming the version of the investigation on “the preparation of the Ukrainian intelligence of a series of explosions on the Peninsula.”
About it reports the Russian newspaper Kommersant, citing its sources.
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Their cases will be sent to court for consideration in a special order that guarantees them a minimum time journalists write.
Lawyer Oleksandr Popov told the newspaper that he had received written notification that Andrew Sahta refused his services, as well as other defenders — Alexey Ladin, Ilnur Sharapov and Ilya Novikov. According to him, the refusal of lawyers was one of the conditions of detention of pre-trial agreement on cooperation. The text he had not seen, but said that under the deal, the accused offered to plead guilty and to testify for himself.
“We thought it was strange, because usually the pre-trial agreement involves all parties to the case. But after studying the text we were ready to recommend him to sign it, if everything is OK there. Although I believe that this self-incrimination,”— said Popov.
The defender believes that if Andrew Sahta refused lawyers, then signed a plea agreement. According to him, Andrew Sahta, knowing that the case is “political” and that he “can get a very long time” trying to find “the best option” for solving their problems. In return for an agreement he could offer a “great discount”, said the defender.
Also, according to him, a plea agreement with the Prosecutor’s office made another person involved in the investigation, Dmitry Shtyblikov. This information publication confirmed and his brother Alex. He said that the presence of such agreements referred to in the decisions of the court on extension of arrest of the brother. “It is not clear why ten months there is a consequence and there is no judgment, if there is such an agreement,” said a relative Sterlikova.
In the usual way in Russia for the training of sabotage is possible to obtain twenty or more years.
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Recall, 10 August 2016 of the Federal security service of the Russian Federation said about prevention in the occupied Crimea terrorist actsthat were allegedly prepared by the Main intelligence Department of the Ministry of defense of Ukraine. Also, the FSB told about the elimination of “intelligence network” of the Ukrainian intelligence in the Crimea among citizens of Ukraine and Russia.
One of the organizers of terrorist attacks called the inhabitant of the Zaporozhye region Yevgeny Panov, who served in the 37th separate infantry battalion of the armed forces under a call sign “Eugene”, which was discharged in August of last year. The brother of the detained Ukrainian claims that he was kidnapped on the territory of mainland Ukraine and were taken to the occupied territory. The court Panov was arrested for two months.
Also in the case of the “Ukrainian saboteurs” in the Crimea was detained Sahta Andrei Romanovich, who was vacationing in the Crimea. Judging by Facebook Andrew Sahaja, he hails from the city of Borislav of Lviv region, he graduated from the Drohobych state pedagogical Institute. I. Franko. The place of residence he noted the Crimean Yevpatoria, but apparently he lived in Moscow. In June last year Zatkhey pointed by Geoteam to your photos of the Russian capital. In addition, the spouse of the detainee Oksana Stetsyuk, a native of Lviv, the residence indicates Moscow. They have a daughter who was born in January last year.
Previously accused the Russian authorities of “preparing terrorist attacks” in Crimea Evgeny Panov and Andrew Sahta recanted, which they gave immediately after the arrest in August of 2016. Gentry also spoke about the terrible torturesthat he was used by the FSB: beaten with an iron pipe, hung and beaten with electric current.
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