"Senior Lieutenant Bidusenko seemed like a cowardly and insecure person from day one. This was the reason why he was tasked to draft commendation lists – the job that does not require security clearance. His defection was not very surprising. We believed that it would be more exciting to see what happens when a person deserts to the enemy and offers to share his knowledge gained as an officer involved in handling of our brigade," 93rd Brigade Commander Colonel Vladyslav Klochkov wrote on social media, Censor.NET reports.
"However, Bidusenko's low authority level disappointed the leadership of the occupation forces. They tried to use him first but then just chucked out on the rubbish heap like a dirty old rag. But one shall always answer for treason. Answer to God, answer before the Law, answer to the people. This time it will also be the case.
"Bidusenko was handed over to the law enforcers. He will be tried by a Ukrainian court upon completion of the pre-trial investigation," the statement reads.