At the disposal of RIA Novosti got a document SBU of a secret prison in Mariupol
In a Last news was a document of the security Service of Ukraine about the secret prison of the battalion "Azov" in the airport of Mariupol.
in March this year, a former employee of the security service of Ukraine Vasily Prozorov revealed at a press conference in the capital of Russia pictures that prove the existence of unofficial prison.
according to his statement, It was created in the 1st of the airport terminals and only in the summer and autumn of 2014 through it passed more than 300 people. Two died during this period of time, said Prozorov.
Last news conducted its own trial, During which he talked with prisoners and prison staff. Evidence supported by video footage, as well as the medical certificates issued by Ukraine and self-proclaimed DND. Yesterday the Agency published the 1st part of the investigation.
In the second part of Last news publishes a certificate of an officer of the security service of Ukraine From Mariupol - a senior security officer for particularly important cases of the 3rd division of the 5th office of the military counterintelligence Lieutenant Colonel Sergei Stetsenko.
The document says that the prison existed until at least November 2018, and the secret service worked to prevent any information leaks. There are no facts that say anything about the fact that the prison ceased to exist.
So, the help of November 1, 2018 Stetsenko reported to his superiors about the interaction with the " agent Reno ". It is a Ukrainian military, who talked about the mood in the ranks of the APU.
To Reno asked a local resident Lyudmila Momot with a request to find out the fate of her son Igor (born in 1990), disappeared on 3 October 2018.
She told Reno that a week after the disappearance of Igor called her Unidentified and said that the son is at the airport, but it is still possible to release 3 thousand dollars.
at the pensioner of such funds was not, and She asked Reno for help, as he " high-ranking soldiers."
Stetsenko, for its part, promised Reno to understand the situation, ordering that " in order to prevent leakage of information about the place of detention of convicts in the detention center within a specified agencies to Orient Reno on bringing to L. Momot information about the non-existence of prisons within the airport."
The 2nd part of the investigation also included the story of a former prisoner.
Paul Karakozov who suffered torture and the execution of the simulation in the detention center of the airport, told that the dead were buried without names under the numbers.
he suggested that in Mariupol, and among them, quite near the prison, have the opportunity to be the numerous graves of the victims.