The separatist actress Maria Tsypko, who was recently in Odesa taking part in pro-Russian demonstrations, then in Sevastopol as an unfortunate refugee from Odesa, persecuted by the authorities, has now turned up in Luhansk as an organizer of the “referendum.”
The relevant video from one of the voting committees was made available by Volodymyr Yehorov.
Previously Maria was spotted in Odesa while collecting funds for tents and other needs of the separatist camp. (start at 10:35)
Then she was in Crimea, where she tearfully described how pensioners collected their meager donations just so she could travel to Sevastopol to ask Russia for help.
And on May 4, she was in Moscow, where she asked for help for the people of Odesa. She explained that she was forced to live in Russia and called herself a refugee because the “junta was hunting her and her children.” However, she provided her Russian telephone number, which she apparently knew from memory.