The Ukrainian interior Ministry called the detained in the Crimea saboteur “recidivism”

The detainee FSB of Russia in the Crimea on suspicion of preparing attacks in the Crimea Andrei Tahta is a twice convicted a repeat offender. About this on his page in Facebook said Advisor to the interior Minister of Ukraine, MP Anton Gerashchenko.

He said that to such conclusion the journalists of the site “Peacemaker”, which examined the personal data Sahaja. The MP noted that the recidivist is nicknamed “Zaya”.

According to Gerashchenko, Sahta in 1998 was sentenced to 6.5 years in prison for a robbery committed by group entities. In this case, he spent four years, after which in 2008 was again convicted of fraud, forgery and other crimes, according to the Deputy. In 2011 Sahta “accumulated debt” and “stupidly ran away from creditors to Moscow,” adds the MP.

“In General, if Zaya and the agent, it is not exactly the Ukrainian security services. Most likely it is used as “canned” FSB agents”, concluded the politician. Gerashchenko also published in the post reference photos about the criminal records of the saboteur.

On 10 August, the FSB announced the arrest in the Crimea and sabotage groups preparing attacks in the Peninsula. During clashes killed two law enforcement officers. As a result, were detained several people, the names of two famous Evgeny Panov and Tahta.

The President of Russia Vladimir Putin, commenting on the situation, stated that Kiev has transferred to the practice of “terror”. The Ukrainian authorities rejected these accusations.