KRAMATORSK – Lists with nicknames and contacts of terrorists revealed

In one of the Kramatorsk administration buildings, Ukrainian military discovered lists of militants that included nicknames and contacts, copies of Russian urban fighting manual and diagrams depicting weak spots of armored carriers.
Experts note that civilians without special military training would be unable either to set up such a deployment and maintenance arrays for check points or find such manuals and diagrams as they are classified.

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ZAPORIZHZHIA – SSU cuts off terrorist financing channel

July 4, 2014, the SSU officers detained a car driven by a Makiivka resident at the checkpoint on Zaporizhzhia-Donetsk highway. During the search, law enforcers discovered two bags with Russian rubles on the back seat of the car.
The 33-year old courier has been carrying more than 5,000,000 rubles from the Crimea to Donetsk for financial support of a terrorist organization, that is, to reward mercenaries for their offensive against Ukrainian servicemen and shooting of the civilians.
Currency straps on the confiscated money identified issuing authority as the Bank of Russia.


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SLOVIANSK – Militants use Russia-produced communication facilities

The National Guard soldiers discovered a warehouse full of terrorists’ comms equipment – wire reels and coils with tags specifying production place – Russia and time – 2014.

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Russian Death weapons in Kramatorsk

National Guard soldiers stationed in Kramatorsk discovered abandoned terrorists’ arsenal of weapons with 120 mm mortar mines and ammunition rounds for ‘Nona-S’ on the territory of former ‘Proektmash’ factory. There were 60 boxes with mines (two per box) and 80 boxes with bombshells for the Russia-produced airborne artillery assault vehicle (‘Nona-S’).

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‘Kochehar’ detained

YEVHEN VASYLIOVYCH NEVARA, aka ‘Kochehar’, was detained. He is on the FSB list of people barred from entering the Russian Federation.

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SLOVIANSK – SSU detained two Strelok’s men, ‘holders of the Cross of St. George’, destroyed 1 BMP, 3 APCs, 8 ‘Urals’ and ‘ Humvee ‘

July 5, 2014, in the course of a special operation in Sloviansk district, the SSU Counterintelligence Department seized a terrorist group that was attacking ATO servicemen and destroying Ukrainian military equipment.
During the special operation, UA officers detained four members of the group, acting in the rear of the ATO forces. The leader of the detachment was Yevhen Vasyliovych Nevara, aka ‘Kochehar’, DOB: April 1, 1967.



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SLOVIANSK – Local citizens handed over three terrorists to law enforces


In Sloviansk (Donetsk region) ATO forces captured three members of Donbass paramilitary groups dressed as civilians while they wanted to receive humanitarian aid destined for local residents. But when militants were about to get food in the guise of locals, conscientious citizens informed militaries that those men had been fighting on the terrorists’ side.
The men were immediately detained and taken for questioning. As was clarified afterwards, two of the detainees were Russians fighting on the side of DNR terrorists, and came to take food, because they were abandoned by militant forces.


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Avakov told about militant weapons seized in Sloviansk

Ukrainian militaries seized fantastic amounts of militant ammunition in Sloviansk
‘Abandoned… while fleeing away, terrorists left stunning supplies of weapons,’ Minister of Internal Affairs Avakov wrote on Facebook.

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Russian generals assist militants


Military aggression on the territory of Luhansk and Donetsk regions of Ukraine is planned, organized, financed, directed and carried out by the forces of, first of all, the Federal Security Service (FSB), Main Intelligence Directorate of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (GRU), mercenaries of all sorts and kinds from all over Russia, as well as by mercenaries from Ukraine. There are various sources and channels of financing that are used by criminal networks to purchase weapons which are further used to shoot peaceful Ukrainians.
The first issue is related to carrying out terrorist and subversive activity, triggering armed conflicts and setting up illegal armed elements in Luhansk and Donetsk regions. Only over the last four days, up to 20 items of armored vehicles, tanks among them, were illegally transferred from Russia across Ukraine-Russia border to support terrorist activity in Luhansk and Donetsk. Besides, APCs, heavy artillery weapons, small arms have been additionally forwarded by the Russian side. I would like to draw your attention to one of the pieces of evidence – seal of Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation.
This is also true for the APC which is of Russian origin, has Russian component parts and was utilized by Russians.


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‘Secret’ heroes

‘Novaya gazeta’ newspaper got the list of ‘heroes’ awarded for waging the Crimea campaign

‘Novaya gazeta’ got the list Russians who were secretly awarded for outstanding achievements during the Crimea campaign. Everybody had his own role – some of them acted as ‘local’ citizens, some seized administrative buildings and Ukrainian military units, and others were responsible for information support in Moscow.

Group of volunteers from the suburbs of Moscow. Crimea. Spring, 2014.

Among those secretly awarded by Putin for annexation of the Crimea are Russian bikers, football fans, nationalists and people wanted by police as well as those having a history of criminal convictions.

“Among those who received state awards, we found prominent members of Yedinaya Rossiya (United Russia) Party, bikers, soccer fans, nationalists and people with violent criminal past. Moreover, one of the awarded is on probation and he recently made an armed raid on an orthodox church, while the other is listed in the federal wanted list,” the newspaper writes. The decrees about the awarding have never been officially published.

Three secret ceremonies

All in all there were three award ceremonies: on March 25 for high ranking officials (awarded with medals); on March 26 for prominent members of the United Russia and Patriots of Russia Party; and on March 31, for the members of Russian Union of Afghan Veterans who received awards.

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Khostai Mubarak provided ‘sensitization campaign’ among the Crimean tatars

One of those who received presidential Honorable Diploma was Feliks Chernyakhovskiy (Black Raven), biker of the pro-Kremlin Night Wolves biker club. According to the criminal file materials, Chernyakhovskiy’s Hammer was captured by surveillance cameras on October 19, 2012 in Zelenograd, when Night Wolves bikers attacked the Three Roads biker’s club location. The fight ended up with shooting resulting in one of the wolves Valeriy Roditelev (White) from Sevastopol killed and another wolf Aleksey Yaroshevich injured.

Among the ‘special winners’ in the Crimea campaign were individuals with violent criminal background. One of them is Denis Podymkin originating from Velikoe Gryzlovo (Serpukhov district). When the 26-year-old “veteran” was handed the “Diploma” in the Kremlin, he already was on probation for a brutal assault on a man and was convicted for an armed attack on a Moscow cathedral.

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Denis Podymkin in the Crimea

Director of Priokskiy Reserve Andrey Ivonin (60-year-old) also received “gratitude from the Russian President” for the events in Crimea. According to some reports, former paratrooper Ivonin headed the group that seized the building of the Simferopol City Council (Podymkin was in his squad).

Andrey Ivonin is wanted. The police asked to post his photo in newspapers.

However, it remains a mystery how Ivonin could easily come to the award ceremony: the director of the reserve is on the federal wanted list “for embezzlement of large amount of money with abuse of office.”

Roman Khoper from Moscow, member of Ivonin’s squad, in 2004 appeared in court on shoplifting charges.

On the awarded list there is also Viktor Keller who was a representative of the Russian Union of Afghan Veterans in the above-mentioned proceeding against the Night Wolves.

Viktor Keller

It is unknown what is so particular about Keller’s actions in the Crimea. But there is a curious fact from his biography – June 11, 2004, Keller with two accomplices raided an apartment of a VGTRK top manager and stole a collection of antique XVIII century jewelry that cost 21 million rubles. A court sentenced the “burglar” to eight years in prison, but 4 years later he was released on early parole.

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