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 Four Odesa patrol policemen dismissed for separatist content in social networks

Four patrol police officers have been fired in Odesa for anti-government content in social networks.

Censor.NET reports citing the press service of the National Police of Ukraine.

According to the report, the police officers are charged of commitment to separatism. The official investigation is underway into five more patrol police officers.

The official investigation carried out by the National Police Directorate countering cybercrimes have established that four police officers were deliberately posting information on their accounts in social networks including videos, articles, pictures, which contradicted the moral and ethical values of a Ukrainian law enforcement officer.

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The officers of the patrol police on Odesa have explained that they had received information from the pro-separatist sources. At the same time, the reasons which pushed the police officers to spread such content were not considered sufficiently substantiated.

At the same time, no anti-state content has been found on the accounts of five more police officers. An additional official investigation into them is underway.

 
 
 
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