Occupying FSB detained six supporters of the Right Sector in the case of preparing a terrorist attack in Crimea
The occupying Federal Security Service reported the detention of six supporters of the Right Sector organization, which is considered extremist and banned in Russia, in connection with the preparation of a terrorist attack in occupied Crimea, namely the preparation of an explosion in an Orthodox church in Crimea.
It was reported by the press service of the occupying FSB.
"Detainees suspected of plotting a terrorist attack in Crimea were preparing an explosion in one of the Orthodox churches in Crimea", - the statement read.
Interfax clarifies that according to the FSB Public Relations Center, components for the manufacture of an explosive device with striking elements and explosives were allegedly seized in the garage of one of the detainees.
The police allegedly found on the suspects, instructions on how to make explosives, correspondence discussing a planned terrorist attack and symbols of the 'Right sector'.
What is known
- One week ago, the occupying FSB announced the detention in the regions of Russia of 14 people involved in sending messages of explosion threats in educational institutions in Russia, the CIS countries and the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk "republics". Mass evacuations took place in January across the country, all reports of explosives were false. Criminal proceedings have been instituted for clearly false information about an act of terrorism (Article 207 of the Criminal Code).