SBU has established the leader of “Kadyrovtsy”
Law enforcement officers identified the “Kadyrovite” who led the so-called “punitive raids” in the Lugansk region. He, along with other occupiers, intimidated and tortured civilians. This was reported by the press service of the Security Service of Ukraine.
The SBU established that the raids were led by the commander of one of the rapid response units " ;Akhmat" of the National Guard in the Chechen Republic and hid his real name under the call sign "Lobzik".
During the occupation of the village of Makeevka, the invader organized the abduction and torture of local residents. Thus, the Russians tried to suppress the resistance movement.
Also, on April 12 last year, seven “Kadyrovites” under the direction of "Jigsaw" broke into the house of a local resident under the guise of “cleansing” the invaders stole mobile phones, household appliances and money. They took the woman herself to the gymnasium, where they set up a dungeon, and kept her handcuffed to the battery for several hours.
After the dismissal of the village SBU collected evidence of the guilt of the leader of the “Kadyrovites” and his subordinates. According to operational data, the war criminal is in the temporarily occupied Energodar, where he commands the Akhmat-Oil Regiment enemy group.
"Kadyrovets" announced suspicion under part 2 of article 28 and part 1 of article 438 of the Criminal Code. Measures are continuing to bring the occupier to justice.
Prepared by: Sergey Daga