Zaporizhzhia's inform.zp.ua receives threats of imprisonment from russia again
Employees of the Zaporizhzhia website inform.zp.ua received yet another threatening email about imprisonment in the colonies of Siberia from the russian federation.
The website's editor-in-chief Eric Brynza informed the IMI representative in Zaporizhzhia region about this.
The email was sent to the editorial inbox on July 12 via the russian post service bk.ru, signed by "Shomurod Miroshyn." In the letter, the author reported that the journalists have become subjects of criminal cases for "spreading, under the guise of reliable reports, of unreliable information about the actions of the armed forces of the russian federation."
The email also states that "in the near future, after the russian army occupies your city, you will be forcibly taken to one of the nearest courts of the russian federation for a sentencing process. After that, a prison term in one of the penal facilities of the russian FPS, which is located in the Siberian Federal District, awaits you."
The occupier offers to sign an "agreement on voluntary cooperation with the authorities of the russian federation".
As reported by IMI, Zaporizhzhia media outlets have been receiving threats from russia since March. The last time inform.zp.ua received threats from russia was on July 7.
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