SSU detains traitor who leaked information to FSB on consequences of double missile strike on Odesa

The SSU has detained another member of an FSB agent group that operated in several regions of Ukraine. Its members were adjusting russian missile strikes on Kyiv, Odesa, as well as Zhytomyr and Poltava oblasts.

Two of the agents had been detained as a result of the SSU’s operation in March this year.

This time, the SSU tracked down and apprehended the network’s third member in Odesa.

According to the investigation, he ‘reported’ to the FSB on the consequences of russia’s double missile attack on the city center on March 15 this year.

Then, the aggressor attacked a residential area with two Iskander ballistic missiles. The first one hit a civilian building, resulting in numerous casualties among civilians.

When rescuers, paramedics and journalists arrived at the scene, the occupiers attacked with the second missile.

After the strike, the agent walked around the area near the damaged buildings and covertly recorded the consequences.

He then sent the media files to the FSB via messenger app along with his comments, including the estimated number of casualties.

Later, the enemy asset was preparing a series of russian air strikes on local hospitals, units of the State Border Guard Service, the National Guard and the State Emergency Service.

However, the SSU prevented this and detained the traitor at his home.

The perpetrator is a 27-year-old native of the temporarily occupied Enerhodar who moved to Odesa six months after the town was seized.

Early this year, the man was recruited by a serving officer of the FSB office in moscow and moscow region, whom the SSU has identified.

For his cooperation with the russian intelligence, the agent received money to his bank account.

During the searches of the suspect’s home, the investigators seized a mobile phone and a bank card with evidence of the crime.

The SSU has notified the detainee of suspicion under Article 111.2 of the CCU (high treason, committed under martial law).

The suspect is in custody and faces life imprisonment.

The operation was carried out under the procedural supervision of the Prosecutor General’s Office.