Prepared for the FSB a plan of terrorist attacks in Ukraine: Former head of the Vinnytsia police announced a second suspicion of treason
The Security Service of Ukraine has announced suspicion of high treason to the former head of the Main Directorate of the National Police in the Vinnytsia region Anton Shevtsov. This is reported by the press center of the department.
According to the investigation, Shevtsov, who in 2016 was already suspected of treason for espionage in favor of Russia and assistance in carrying out explosive activities against Ukraine, and who has been hiding since then in occupied Sevastopol, on his own initiative, developed for the FSB of the Russian Federation the so-called “Plan for carrying out sabotage work on the territory of Ukraine.” The curator of this “project” was appointed an employee of the 5th service of the FSB Kosenko M.Yu.
The specified «document» provided for the aggressor to conduct a series of explosions after the occupation at civilian infrastructure facilities in different regions of Ukraine, after which demonstrative detentions of the “guilty” were to take place and trumped-up accusations of their involvement in the resistance movement were publicly heard.
In a similar way, Russia intended to discredit Ukraine in the international arena and try to justify the occupation of part of the territories of a sovereign state. It is known that Shevtsov, after escaping to the Crimea, acquired the citizenship of the Russian Federation, and also actively cooperated with the pro-Russian Sharia Party banned in Ukraine, including its leader.
- On March 10, 2016, Automaidan activists from 10 cities of Ukraine demanded the resignation of the head of the Main Directorate of the NP of the Vinnytsia region Shevtsov and his new deputy for the duration of the verification of the involvement of the above-mentioned officials in separatism.< /li>
- On March 14, at that time, the head of the National Police, Khatia Dekanoidze, satisfied the report on Shevtsov's resignation from the post of police chief of the Vinnytsia region.
- On March 17, the SBU detained Shevtsov. He was charged with treason. Later, the court recognized Shevtsov's detention as lawful.
- In May, the prosecutor's office of the Vinnytsia region closed the case of the ex-head of the regional police.