At home forgot: Ukrainian prisoner Sahta appealed to Putin

Andrew Sahta, a Ukrainian, who was convicted in Russia for the preparation of a terrorist attack on the territory of the Crimea, wrote a petition to the President of Russia to pardon.

The information was confirmed by Oksana, the wife of the saboteur, reports “resourceTape.Ru“.

“The letter has already been sent. It’s not an easy decision, Andrew took it after I learned that it is not listed on the exchange,” said the wife Sahaja.

The wife of the saboteur are very pleased that 35 of the Ukrainians back home, but she wants to see at home and her husband. That is why he will take any chance.

In August 2016, the FSB detained in the Crimea two Ukrainian saboteurs. They were going to commit terrorist acts at the objects of social and tourist infrastructure of the Peninsula. Saboteurs immediately after a plea deal.

In February 2018, the Supreme court of Crimea has sentenced Zahau, who fully admitted his guilt, in the form of 6,5 years of imprisonment in a strict regime colony. He is now serving his sentence in prison No. 1 in Simferopol.
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