A Crimean Sentenced to 8 Years in Penal Colony for Alleged Links With ‘Ukrainian Nationalists’

In the occupied Crimea, a resident of Alushta, Renat Naumov, was sentenced to 8 years in the colony for allegedly having links with “Ukrainian nationalists” and possession of weapons.

According to the FSB, “at his place of residence, he kept a self-made explosive device with an explosive charge of more than 500 grams. In addition, a gun, TNT, gunpowder and other objects related to illegal activities were found during the search. Computer equipment and mobile communication devices were confiscated, where videos of extremist content, photographs depicting nationalist symbols and fascist paraphernalia, as well as correspondence with members of Ukrainian nationalist battalions were found.”

A criminal case was initiated under Art. 222.1 (illegal possession of ammunition and explosives) and Article 222 (illegal possession of weapons) of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.

On September 15, Svetlana Vlasova, the “judge” of the ‘Alushta District Court’, sentenced Renat Naumov to eight years in the general regime penal colony and a fine of RUR30,000.

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