Ukrainian secret service arrests man they accuse of helping Russians carry out attack on Kramatorsk
Ukraine’s counter-intelligence service say they have arrested “an agent of the Russian special services” who they accuse of helping Russia direct a missile strike that killed 10 people in the Ukrainian city of Kramatorsk.
The Security Service of Ukraine (SSU) said the man lived in the city and was an employee at a local gas transportation company.
Vasyl Malyuk, the head of the Security Service of Ukraine, said in a statement: “The agent of the Russian Federation will definitely answer to the Ukrainian court. But his detention is also a signal to all other adjusters and traitors who work for the enemy. Remember – the punishment is inevitable!”
He added: “We constantly conduct legal work and continue to collect evidence for international courts.”
Held by Russia since 2014.
I assumed that is what was meant when The Guardian reported that he was “gone missing”.
Gone Missing is my new favorite Russian garage band.
Is that what the kids are calling it these days? “Lovely plummage, the Russian General. He’s not dead, he’s merely caught up in an audit.”
In Russia, prisons audit you with never ending bright light, rubber hoses and loud K-pop.
Mr. Putin, an amateur revisionist historian, devoted a significant part of his initial televised address during the mutiny to Russia’s downfall in World War I.
Posting this for the humor only. Apparently Iranian humor…
So, what’s different now?
The boat belongs to billionaire Alexey Mordashov, the sixth-richest person in Russia.
While I’d prefer it to be sunk, I take heart in the fact that having a superyacht in Vladivostok is only costing him money without providing any of the benefits of owning a superyacht.