A District Court in Kiev has ordered Ukraine’s State Investigation Bureau to begin a pre-trial investigation about the possible betrayal of Volodomir Zelensky and several of his closest associates. The case was brought before the court by Geo Leros, a former member of the Ukrainian Parliament (Rada) who was expelled from Zelensky’s ruling Servant of the People Party and the Rada for criticizing the Ukrainian President. Leros accused the top leaders of Ukraine of high treason by knowingly appointing FSB agents [Russian Intelligence Service] to positions in the SBU [Ukraine’s Security Service].
Leros wrote on his Telegram channel, “Let me remind you that the pocket SBI refused to investigate Zelenskyy’s high treason when he appointed FSB agents to key positions in the SBU, but we were obliged by the court to enter information into the Unified Register of Pre-Trial Investigations and begin a pre-trial investigation.”
He posted a photograph of a copy of the Pechersk District Court decision. In his post on Telegram channel, Leros explained that the court ordered a criminal case to be opened against Zelensky and his cohorts under Article 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine, which covers the crime of high treason.
Apart from Zelensky, the accused include Andriy Yermak, head of the presidential office, his deputy Roman Mashovets, former chairman of the SBU Ivan Bakanov, and former deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Ruslan Demchenko. Leros has charged the defendants with making appointments that have led to the deaths of tens of thousands of Ukrainians.
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