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special service exposed dealers who made money on conscripts – UNIAN

Criminal “schemes” were liquidated in Kyiv, Nikolaev and Lvov.

Dealers who made money on conscripts were exposed in Ukraine / photo ssu.gov.ua

Security Service exposed the businessmen who helped in the export of conscripts abroad, among the suspects is a former assistant to a people’s deputy from the Opposition Bloc party banned in Ukraine.

This is stated in a post on website SBU.

“The Security Service of Ukraine identified several intruders who helped men of military age leave Ukraine without legal grounds. The cost of their “services” ranged from 4 to 15 thousand US dollars, depending on the region and on the degree of risk for the “customer”, – reported in the department.

So, in Kyiv, the organizer of the “scheme” turned out to be a former assistant to a people’s deputy from the banned Opposition Bloc party.

“Being an employee of one of the medical and communal institutions of the Kyiv City State Administration, he used the “administrative resource” for the preparation of documents exempting conscripts from military service in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. As a bonus, he promised help when crossing the state border. He estimated his” services “at 15.2 thousand US dollars,” – the message says.

It is noted that law enforcement officers caught the attacker red-handed – while receiving the second tranche for documents in the amount of 7.7 thousand dollars.

In Ukraine, attackers who made money on conscripts were exposed / photo ssu.gov.ua

He was informed of suspicion under Part 3 of Art. 332 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (illegal transfer of persons across the state border).

The investigation is ongoing to identify all persons involved in illegal activities, including those who ordered fake documents.

In the Nikolaev region, according to the investigation, a local resident turned out to be the organizer of the illegal departure of those liable for military service abroad.

“In collusion with the citizens of Moldova, he ensured unimpeded transportation to a neighboring country outside the established checkpoints. He estimated his services at 6,000 US dollars. He was looking for “clients” among his acquaintances,” the SBU said.

As part of the investigative and operational actions, law enforcement officers documented the transfer of the full cost of the “transfer” to the organizer of the scheme. The SBU also detained an “escort group”, which was supposed to ensure unhindered border crossing.

The organizer and one of his accomplices, a citizen of Moldova, were declared suspected under Part 3 of Art. 332 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (illegal transfer of persons across the state border). Investigations are ongoing to establish all the circumstances and persons involved in the offense.

In Lvov, the perpetrator turned out to be a local resident who, for $4,000, produced forged documents for his “clients” that allegedly confirmed their unfitness for military service.

“Thanks to the prompt response of the SBU, he did not have time to make a single fake. The security services detained him on the” first order “when the attacker received a deposit for his” services “from the” client “,” the department said.

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He was announced on suspicion under Part 3 of Art. 332 of the Criminal Code (illegal transfer of persons across the state border) and a measure of restraint in the form of detention was chosen. Investigative actions are ongoing to establish all the circumstances and persons involved in the transaction.

Earlier it became known that the court sent an indictment against the ex-official of the secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministerswho passed secret information to representatives of the Russian Federal Security Service.

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