(UKRAINE) JUST IN: Special Operations Service of the DPR Ministry of State Security,” controlled by the Russian Federation: In the Donetsk region, two organizers and six guards of the “Izolyatsia” underground prison will be tried for torture and other grave crimes #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – Oct.03: In the Donetsk region, two organizers and six guards of the “Izolyatsia” underground prison will be tried for torture and other grave crimes…..

#AceDailyNews says that according to reports prison guards involved in brutal torture in occupied Donbass at Izolyatsia which is a former cultural centre in Donetsk, which the militants turned into a real concentration camp. According to police, civilians and prisoners of war are being severely tortured in violation of all international human rights treaties reported by the press service of the GUNP.


To send the indictments to court, the police worked for seven years on a pre-trial investigation. During this time, they carried out investigative actions with more than fifty former prisoners of Izolyatsia, who now live in different regions of Ukraine.

Thus, the investigation established that in June 2014, on the territory of the former plant of insulation materials seized by the militants in Donetsk, an underground prison was organized for citizens with a pro-Ukrainian position – both ATO / JFO participants and civilians.

Currently, the police have fully collected evidence about eight members of the criminal organization: immediate leaders and guards. Law enforcers found out that the dungeon was run by two residents of the Donetsk region, 39 and 48 years old, who were in the position of the head of the “Special Operations Service of the DPR Ministry of State Security,” controlled by the Russian Federation.

It is known that among the most cruel tortures used in prison are cutting teeth, connecting electricity to various organs, rape, imitation of execution and burial alive with nails being driven into a coffin.

In addition, the jailers exploited the victims, driving them out to forced labor: unloading ammunition, repairing military equipment, building roads, cleaning in the “leadership residence”. Emaciated people were forced to work from morning until late at night, often without food or water, guarded by guards with machine guns, who mocked the prisoners.

The prisoners were also forced to disassemble the goods stolen from the captured enterprises, including expired food, which were then packed in new packaging and sold to residents in large stores. There are 34 victims in this case, including men and women of different ages, there are also pensioners and even an 18-year-old boy. The defendants were charged in absentia with participation in a criminal organization (part 1 of Art. 255 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine), illegal paramilitary groups (part 1 of Art. 260), cruel treatment of the civilian population (part 4 of Art. 28, Part 1 of Art. 438), human trafficking (part 4 of article 28, part 1 of article 149).

In addition, six guards are charged under Part 1 of Art. 258-3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (participation in a terrorist organization).
“According to the current legislation, the accused can be convicted in absentia and, after arrest, immediately sent to places of deprivation of liberty,” the message says.

#AceNewsDesk report ……….Published: Oct.03: 2021:

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There is no draft law on creating a…

#AceBreaking News - Sept 25 - Ukraine - Screenshot from 2014-09-25 13:17:14

There is no draft law on creating a special status for the restive regions of Donetsk and Lugansk in eastern Ukraine, President Petro Poroshenko said, adding that Ukraine is only to be decentralized.

“There will be no law on the special status of Donbass region. There is a law on a special operation mode of the local government. The secession of the region is out of question. A process of general decentralization is underway. It will start across the country,” Poroshenko said on Thursday speaking at a press-conference in Kiev.

This statement runs counter to the Minsk protocol signed on September 5 by Kiev and local militias outlining what needs to be done to ensure the ceasefire in Ukraine’s east. One of the key points of the agreement was the adoption of a new law providing for a special status for Lugansk and Donetsk regions and early elections there.



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UKRAINE: ' Reflections on the Past During Cease-Fire of Those That Died '

#AceNewsServices – UKRAINE (Kiev) September 07 /ITAR-TASS/.

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As many as 864 Ukrainian servicemen have been killed and another 3,215 wounded since the beginning of the force operation in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions in south-eastern Ukraine, spokesman for Ukraine’s National Security and Defence Council Vladimir Polevoi said on Sunday.

Ukraine Infograph of Deaths

Overall losses since the beginning of the operation have reached 864 servicemen. As many as 3,215 have been wounded,” he told a briefing.

The force operation in south-eastern Ukraine began in mid-April.



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` OSCE Reducing Number of Observers in Donetsk, Luhansk Regions for Security Reason’s ‘

#AceWorldNews – GENEVA – June 03 – The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) is reducing the number of observers in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions in Eastern Ukraine for security reasons, OSCE Secretary-General Lamberto Zannier told journalists on Tuesday.

The OSCE will continue monitoring Ukraine’s eastern regions as closely as possible but at the moment it has to relocate its observers from Donetsk to safer places such as Kharkiv, Kiev and Dnepropetrovsk so that they could perform their monitoring functions from there, Zannier said, adding the OSCE would also cut the number of observers in the Luhansk region.

The OSCE Secretary-General added that observers lost in east Ukraine are safe.

Lost Observers:

KYIV, May 30 /Ukrinform/. Four more foreign observers from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine and a Ukrainian interpreter who worked in Luhansk disappeared on Thursday, the OSCE press office reported.

“Yesterday at about 19.00 the Special OSCE Special Monitoring Mission in Ukraine lost contact with several members of its team, who work in Luhansk region,” the report reads.

The OSCE mission noted that in Severodonetsk (100 km from Luhansk) the observers were detained by armed men.

In addition, the OSCE reported that the organization still has no contact with the four observers who went missing in Donetsk region in the evening on May 26. Earlier, some media reported that the militants released the group of observers.

The observer missions of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) will continue working in east Ukraine’s Donetsk and Luhansk regions despite incidents when their observers went missing there, Michael Bociurkiw, a spokesman for the OSCE’s mission in Ukraine, said Monday.

(SwissInfo) – May 29 – An insurgent leader in Eastern Ukraine has said his group kidnapped four observers from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), among them a Swiss.

The group had been missing since Tuesday.

Vyacheslav Ponomarev, who has declared himself mayor of the city of Slovyansk in the eastern Ukranian Donetsk region, told the media the monitors were safe and would be released.

“I addressed the OSCE mission to warn them that their people should not, over the coming week, travel in areas under our control. And they decided to show up anyway,” Ponomarev told the Associated Press.

“We will figure out who [the observers] are, where they were going and will then let them go,” he said to the Interfax news agency. The other members of the observer team come from Turkey, Denmark and Estonia.

Mr Schneider said he understood that the self-proclaimed mayor, Vyacheslav Ponomarev, could use the observers as a bargaining chip. Mr Ponomarev said Saturday that they could be released in exchange for jailed pro-Russia activists.


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