Occupier hidden by civilian caught in Kharkiv Oblast

A soldier of the so-called “Luhansk People's Republic” (LPR) and the local resident who hid him were exposed in the liberated area of ​​the Kharkiv region.
Source: Serhiy Bolvinov, Head of the Investigative Department of the Main Directorate of the National Police of Kharkiv Oblast, on Facebook
Quote: "During the actions in the liberated areas, the police received information that a resident of the village of Chkalivske allowed the so-called "military soldier of the LPR" to [stay] in his house and wear clothes to hide".
The LPR soldier was arrested; Proceedings have been initiated against both of them."
Details: Serhiy Pasechnyk, the pro-Russian fighter born in 1968, was convicted under Part 2 of Article 260 of the Ukrainian Criminal Code, which carries a sentence of between three and eight years in prison.
Serhiy Budanov, a 60-year-old resident of the village of Chkalivske, faces criminal liability under Article 111-1 Part 4, punishable by a fine or a ban on certain activities.
“I remind everyone that hiding Russian soldiers or bandits from temporarily occupied areas of Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts is a criminal act. [This is] a collaborative activity,” Bolvinov noted.
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