The Russians intensified repression against the residents of the Crimean peninsula, which the enemy occupied in 2014.
Residents who oppose the occupation of their homeland are accused of extremism and discrediting the Russian army. The so-called courts considered more than 200 cases in these cases, most of which ended in guilty verdicts.
However, these courts do not have any legal right to administer justice on the seized lands, therefore such a decision is a crime and each such judge will stand trial.
The National Resistance Center has previously detailed the typical lives of traitors and collaborators and emphasizes that every criminal will not escape punishment.