A resident of the Bryansk region was charged with a criminal case under the article on “knowingly false report of an act of terrorism”. How informed Shot dead on March 16, 23-year-old Oleksandr told law enforcement he encountered “Ukrainian saboteurs”, after which a non-existent DRG was raided in the border region.
According to the channel, the man said that four armed men in a van stopped his Peugeot Boxer minibus, which was traveling from Bryansk to Dmitrovsk, and threatened to take them to the village of Domakha in the Orel region, after which they disappeared. Shot says “border region security forces began searching for saboteurs” and a Ukrainian citizen was detained in a car near Belgorod, but suspicion of involvement in the “saboteurs” was not cleared up. confirmed.
It later emerged that the claimant had made up the story, presumably to teach a lesson to a driver with whom he had had an altercation on the road.
For a false report on terrorists, a citizen faces up to 8 years in prison.
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