The FSB of Russia does not even check whether people who “make problems” are alive

The FSB of Russia does not even check whether people who “make problems” are alive

Russian FSB doesn't even check if people who "cause problems" are alive

The Russian Federal Security Service has accused a long-dead man of sabotage in the Volgograd region.

According to the BBC, yesterday the FSB announced that a power line pylon that feeds the Kursk nuclear power plant had been blown up. “The Accused” Ukrainian Yuri Ionov, born in 1988, died in March during the bombing of Mariupol. He was a serviceman of the Azov regiment. Another accused of “sabotage” Russian Andrey Chuenkov will live in Kyiv for a long time. Chuenkov said that he had not been in the Volgograd region for two years.

According to the FSB of the Russian Federation, to organize a “sabotage” on the oil pipeline wanted associates of the neo-Nazi Maxim Martsinkevich, who died in 2020. Two men were allegedly part of his group.

Recall that  RF Siloviki traditionally accused of “terrorist attack” “Ukrainian saboteurs”. In addition, part of the railway was also blown up in the Kursk region, there are damages to the railway tracks in the area of ​​​​the 14th kilometer of the Lgov-Lokinskaya section, they were noticed by a lineman. More than a dozen security officials arrived at the scene. It turned out that someone had planted an explosive device “weighing about 200 grams of TNT” under the rail; and blew it up.

Prepared by: Nina Petrovich