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In Kherson, collaborationists threat journalists with torture chambers

04.03.2022, 13:12
Photo credit: PIK
Photo credit: PIK

Well-known local collaborationist Kyrylo Stremousov threatens "dissidents" in occupied Kherson with Russian tortures chambers. This was reported to IMI by local journalists.

"Everyone who is against the 'Russian world', ie patriots, activists, journalists, is in danger here. Because Stremousov promises mopping up operations and prisons," one of the journalists who remained in the regional center told IMI. 

In particular, in his video address , Stremousov promised a "census" and punishment for "those who lived on grants."

At the same time Stremousov refers to the deputy of the Russian Duma Vyacheslav Volodin, who said that on March 4 the Duma may pass a law under which all media and even contributors to social networks face up to 15 years in prison and a fine of up to 5 million rubles if they report events in the temporarily occupied regions of Ukraine are something different from the rhetoric of state Russian channels. 

In the video, Stremousov calls himself a "Russian" who has suffered from "Nazis" and "SBU provocations" for many years. He also lied that the SBU had arrested him. In fact, he was never detained by police, even after the attack on the SBU convoy . 

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