I wanted to "lay low": the SBU detained the ex-fighter of the terrorist group "Ghost"

11:23 07 November Kyiv, Ukraine

Employees of the SBU exposed and detained a member of the terrorist group Prizrak. He actively participated in the hostilities against Ukrainian troops in the east of our state.

In the course of a multi-stage special operation, counterintelligence officers located the militant and detained him in the Odessa region, where he hoped to “lay low,” according to the website of the special service on Monday, November 7.
"He actively participated in the hostilities against Ukrainian troops in the east of our state.. Then he hid from justice for a long time in the temporarily occupied part of the Luhansk region and subsequently left for the Russian Federation," the report says.
According to the SBU, the perpetrator is a resident of the southern region, who left for Rostov-on-Don in March 2015.
"There he joined an illegal armed group called Angel. Among other things, it was this group that secretly supplied weapons and ammunition to the terrorists of the so-called "LPR" under the guise of humanitarian supplies from Russia.. While in the ranks of the militants, he was engaged in the logistics of the Prizrak brigade, which was part of the 2nd occupation corps of Russia in the occupied areas of the Lugansk region," the report says.
Also, the attacker was directly involved in the preparation of staged stories for the Kremlin information resources.

SBU investigators informed the former militant of suspicion under the article on participation in a terrorist group or terrorist organization (Part 1, Article 258-3 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine). The court chose him a measure of restraint in the form of detention.