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New website publishes details on Russian terrorists in Ukraine

New website publishes details on Russian terrorists in Ukraine
Source: Espreso TV
Translated by: Anna Mostovych

The new Peacemaker (Myrotvorets) website has published information on 9,000 terrorists fighting in Ukraine that had been gathered with the active assistance of many Russians, Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs advisor Anton Herashchenko wrote on his Facebook, January 8, reports  Espreso TV.

” A few weeks ago I presented a project to collect data on terrorists and separatists that was being created by a group of like-minded individuals to help in the work of Ukraine’s Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA) and the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) — the Peacemaker site, “Herashchenko wrote.

As of January 7, the site has collected and processed information on 9,000 terrorists and their supporters, and this is just the beginning. The site has caused considerable alarm in terrorist and separatist circles, he reported

With the help of information gathered by the site, some 150 terrorists and their supporters have been detained and identified at exit checkpoints near the ATO zone who believed their activity was completely unknown. Thugs and terrorists viewing this site were horrified to learn that all their “innocent” selfies with automatic weapons and grenade launchers, as well as their boastful exploits, have been collected and recorded permanently thanks to the determined efforts of volunteers.

According to Herashchenko, some of the most active volunteers have been the enlightened citizens of Russia, who have begun to send to the website’s e-mail address massive amounts of information on Russian terrorists, mercenaries, and Russian soldiers they found in Russian social networks and forums.

He noted that with the help of Ukraine’s Russian friends, Ukraine now has personnel lists of numerous units of the Russian armed forces who, without a declaration of war, have invaded Ukraine and are killing Ukrainian citizens. These lists will serve as evidence of Putin’s aggressive war at a future international tribunal on Russia’s crimes in Ukraine.

Thanks to strong support for the idea of gathering open information about thugs and terrorists it has become know that over the last month some 30% of previously active supporters of “Novorossiya” in the social networks have closed their accounts or have begun to present themselves as “innocent followers.”

“They probably have been really frightened by the idea of bearing criminal responsibility sooner of later for their actions or for becoming persona non grata in the civilized world,” Herashchenko wrote.

It is also noteworthy that foreign intelligence services have become interested in the Peacemaker site — the CIA, FBI, European intelligence and counterintelligence. The reason in simple. The civilized countries, drawing on information on the pro-Russian militants-terrorists, will be able to create their own databases of suspicious persons and individuals that must be neutralized and isolated from society, he said.

Another interesting aspect of the successful work of Peacemaker is the fact that thugs and terrorists, finding themselves listed on the site, are beginning to think about what awaits them in the near future should they remain alive and not follow the path to hell along with “Batman” (terrorist military leader — Ed.) and his associates, who had been killed in ambush by their own accomplices in the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic. After the shooting of the Batman group, dozens of militants called the SBU hotline with questions on how to obtain amnesty guarantees if they decide to cross over to the Ukrainian side.

According to Herashchenko, all were given security guarantees if they had not yet committed grave and especially grave crimes and also if they agreed to assist in exposing their more foolish associates. He noted that the telephone hotline is protected from eavesdropping and that all militants who wish to cooperate with the SBU will be guaranteed anonymity.

“In the interest of personal safety it is recommended that the militants and terrorists who are currently on occupied territory in Ukraine or in Russia call via Skype or use other methods of Internet telephony. That way the FSB (Russian security service — Ed.) and the security services of the militants will not be able to determine the location and phone number used for the call to the SBU hotline,” he wrote, adding that individuals who do not know how to phone using the Internet should ask a trusted  friend who has these skills.

In the future the Peacemaker site will be similar to the site of the Viennese Simon Wiesenthal Center, which since the late 1940s has been focused on tracking and catching Nazi war criminals. In the case of Ukraine, these will be criminals who destroyed the Ukrainian people — the traitors, collaborators, Russian and other mercenaries, and military personnel taking part the undeclared and therefore illegal war by Russia, he concluded.

The number of the SBU hotline: 0-800 401-582.

Source: Espreso TV
Translated by: Anna Mostovych
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