The Odessa District Court decided to arrest a Russian sailor. While in the port of Odessa, the man had to justify the Russian occupation on social networks, calling on Ukrainians to join Russia and kill captured Ukrainian soldiers.
He used a preventive measure for criminals who were detained in a detention center in Odesa for up to 60 days during preparatory measures, wrote President Viktor Ivanov in a decision cited by Ukrinform.
They have a Russian navy man. He expressed himself through posts on Telegram
According to investigators, a sailor from the Kharkiv region of the Russian Federation served as the captain’s senior mate on board the bulk carrier (Liberia) located in the port of Odessa. On July 15-24, the sailor wrote anti-Ukrainian comments in posts on various Telegram channels.
Under the pseudonym, the suspect called for deliberate actions to change the borders of Ukraine and the borders of the state of Ukraine in violation of the order established by the Constitution of Ukraine in public appeals and telegram messengers.
The accused discussed the issue of Ukrainian military personnel being taken prisoner and, among other things, wrote a comment: “They will be shot there, that’s all!”. The court rejected the demands of the suspect and his lawyers, noting that the suspect’s cellphone failed and he categorically denied the right to anti-Ukrainian comments, requesting that the accused not be given preventive measures in the form of detention. On social media.
When choosing a preventive measure, the investigating judge took into account the fact that the suspect is a citizen of the Russian Federation, whose troops are engaged in combat operations against the armed forces of Ukraine 100 km from Odessa. As the court’s ruling put it, there is a risk of “hiding the suspect from the investigating officer and the court”.
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