The investigation Department of the Donetsk oblast Prosecutor’s office completed pre-trial investigation of criminal proceedings under article 258-3 – creating or participating in a terrorist group or terrorist organization and the second part of article 364 – abuse of power or official position, entailed heavy consequences the Criminal code of Ukraine in respect of major-General of militia, which in 2014 changed the oath the employee of law enforcement bodies of Ukraine and contributed to the creation of the territory of Donetsk region of the DNR terrorist organization. This was reported today by the press service of the Prosecutor of Donetsk region.

A native of Donetsk born in 1968 Roman Romanov from February to March 2014, while the head of the Main Department of MIA of Ukraine in Donetsk region, have not organized work of the office for the prevention of anti-Ukrainian rallies in Donetsk and criminal prosecution of the radical supporters of the so-called “referendum” on secession of the Donetsk region from Ukraine.

According to the regional Prosecutor’s office, during the seizure of the administrative building of the Donetsk regional state administration the head of the police cupola personally addressed the participants of the unrest, and promised them cooperation of the police.

“In view of the fact that the accomplice of terrorists is in the temporarily occupied territory of the Donetsk region Prosecutor’s office the decision was made to hold against him the special pre-trial investigation”, – stated in the message.

Militiamen in absentia Romanov reported about suspicion in Commission of specified criminal offenses, and also declared him wanted. The indictment in absentia condemnation of the militiaman-the traitor who threatens till 15 years of imprisonment, sent to the court.

Earlier, the Donetsk region Prosecutor’s office summoned for questioning Romanov on 15, 16 and 17 August.

The Prosecutor’s office suspects former head of militia of Donetsk in the creation of the DNI 25.08.2016

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