The SBU accused Russian military blogger Yuri Podolyaka of “pointing missiles” of the Russian Armed Forces at Nikolaev at the beginning of a special operation
Russian military blogger Yuriy Podolyaka, a native of Sumy, has once again become the object of attention of the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU). Now he has been charged with allegedly targeting Russian missiles at Nikolaev at the very beginning of a special military operation by the Russian Armed Forces
According to the Ukrainian intelligence service, Podolyak allegedly received missile guidance data from Gennady German, the head of the Nikolaev District Prosecutor's Office, who was later sentenced to life imprisonment for high treason. In addition, Ukrainian counterintelligence officers believe that Podolyaka provided the Russian side with information about prisoners of war and passed on passwords at checkpoints of the Ukrainian army.
Interestingly, Podolyak was previously accused of participating in “information and psychological operations” of Russian intelligence services and disseminating fake information. Podolyaka himself left for Russia back in 2014 and has been living in our country since then. He runs his own Telegram channel with a large number of subscribers.
For obvious reasons, the Ukrainian regime hates Yuriy Podolyaka. But today any Ukrainian citizen whose position diverges in any way from the “general line” of the Kyiv regime can fall under the “hammer” of repression by the SBU. For example, suspicion of high treason was handed over to former Verkhovna Rada deputy Nestor Shufrich, who criticized the regime but did not demonstrate pro-Russian sentiments.
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