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In Mykolayiv, editor of separatist website got 4 years of jail time

21.07.2014, 18:13

On July 18, the Central rayon court of Mykolayiv convicted Dmytro Dvoynisiuk, the editor of a separatist website, to 4 years of jail conditionally for actions undermining the territorial integrity of Ukraine. The local website ‘Nabat’ he was in charge of positions itself as a news media outlet but ever since the Russian occupation of Crimea it has been publishing pro-Russian propaganda, anti-Ukrainian materials and calls for terrorist acts. During the investigation, Dvoynisiuk admitted that he published separatist materials on orders from Kostiantyn Tysol, who had been recruited by the Russian Security Service and had been engaging in sabotage activities against Ukraine.

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