Hackers hacked the mail of a Russian judge who is organizing an occupation system of “justice” on TOT

Judge Natalya Sumachakova from Novosibirsk, who is a member of the highest qualification board of judges of the Russian Federation, helped Ukrainian cyber activists to gain access to the personal data of judges on TOT.

The relevant panel approves the nominations of judges in fake courts in the temporarily occupied territories. The courts at the TOT themselves are part of the repressive apparatus of the Russian Federation directed against Ukrainians.

Therefore, Natalia Sumachakova selects those who will repress Ukrainians in their homeland. However, Natalya, albeit involuntarily, gave her personal data to hackers from Cyber Resistance.

Of all the interesting things, Natalya’s mail contains the personal data of the candidates for “execution of justice” that are being considered by the commission. Basic data has already been sent to the Defense Forces of Ukraine for review. We publish here only the list of criminals:

Vadim Semyonovich Vaslyaev;
Olga Ivanovna Barsukova;
Natalya Olegovna Goncharova;
Tatyana Anatolievna Zaporozhets;
Oksana Alekseevna Zaritskaya;
Svetlana Grigorievna Smelik;
Tatyana Aleksandrovna Streltsova;
Yulia Sergeevna Jus;
Anna Anatolievna Sidyuk;
Olga Aleksandrovna Titova;
Valentin Valentinovich Tumanov;
Yelena Sergeevna Emelina;
Sergey Nikolayevich Krylovskyi;
Elena Anatolyivna Kuzmicheva;
Valery Gennadievich Belavkin;
Elvira Ildarovna Guzairova;
Eldar Vakhayevich Deniev;
Anzor Adamovich Tekiev;
Mikhail Fedorovich Elchiev;
Ruslan Vitalievich Pikhno;
Rafik Alimovych Mukhametshin;
Ekaterina Valerievna Ant;
Elena Petrovna Ostrovskaya;
Sergey Ivanovich Turenko;
Alexander Vladimirovich Moskalev;
Vyacheslav Sergeevich Molostov;
Aleksandr Viktorovich Pomaza;
Igor Vladimirovich Kudryavtsev;
Nikita Valeryevich Burlak;
Damir Takhirovich Denislamov;
Roman Valeryevich Doroshenko;
Evgenii Sergeevich Zadkov;
Valery Valeryevich Zmeev;
Afet Maksimovich Maksimov;
Alexey Yuryevich Phundikov;
Igor Viktorovich Chernysh;
Sergey Artemovich Danelin;
Vladimir Borisovich Kadykov;
Svetlana Anatolievna Tedeeva;
Oleg Vladimirovich Tkachenko;
Victoria Vladimirovna Batyshcheva;
Sergey Vladimirovich Kirmas;
Alexander Mikhailovich Luchkov;
Stanislav Andreyevich Marchenko;
Imran Mammadovich Techiev;
Marina Aleksandrovna Aleksandrova;
Yulia Aleksandrovna Bezruchenko;
Larisa Nikolaevna Fazliyeva;
Natalia Vladimirovna Sheryemetieva;
Iryna Alexandrovna Kashirina;
Yekaterina Vladimirovna Markevich;
Maria Pavlovna Potilytsyna;
Olga Nikolaevna Chistousova;
Sergey Vasilyevich Indireykin;
Alexander Nikolayevich Sinyapkin.

As for Sumachakov herself, we publish her personal documents and those of her husband (who also works as a civil servant) and their children.

The judge submitted the entire list of relatives in the questionnaire:

The judge’s eldest daughter, Anastasia, is studying to be a lawyer and doing practice, but judging by their private correspondence, she doesn’t like it:

Previously, Sumachakov’s family regularly went on vacation to Thailand, but now they are vacationing in Sochi, before the full-scale invasion, the family also illegally visited the temporarily occupied Crimea:

It is interesting that we learned from Sumachakov’s post office that immediately after the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the courthouse where she works was “mined”:

We also got access to many personal photos of the judge, some of which we cannot publish here:

It will be recalled that earlier the Cyber Resistance team gained access to the mail of the Chief of Staff of the 50th separate operational brigade of the Russian Guard, Colonel Grigoriy Zana.

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