Law enforcement officers returned 166 of the 457 prisoners, released by the Russians prior to the liberation of Kherson by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, to a detention center; Among them are those sentenced to life imprisonment.
source: Ihor Klimenko, the head of Ukraine’s National Police, is on air on the national newscast 24/7 on Tuesday
quotes: And she continued, “Currently, information regarding the detention and return of 166 prisoners to detention centers in the Mykolaiv and Odessa regions has been confirmed.”
details: According to him, the police, in cooperation with the Ministry of Justice and the Public Prosecution Office, are clarifying lists of people whom the occupiers have released from detention centers. He emphasized that among the prisoners sentenced to life imprisonment.
The official stated that there are about 457 detainees and prisoners. At least 15 of them were sentenced to life imprisonment.
quotes: “This information was urgently transmitted to the National Police Headquarters, to the checkpoints, [and] To the regional police units so that we can return these people to places of detention in the coming hours and days.”
In March, the Russians captured Kherson pre-trial detention center And equipping them for the needs of the National Guard of the Russian Federation.
On the evening of November 11, it became known that The building of the detention center in Kherson caught fire. On the same day, Kherson was liberated by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
On the morning of November 15, First Deputy Interior Minister Yevhen Yenin announced in the national newsletter that the Ukrainian military had found the files of 457 convicts in the Kherson detention center. They served their terms in various penal colonies and temporarily ended up in the Kherson detention center. After the escape of the Russians, all of the convicts escaped as well.
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