Vladimir Prisich - trucker and resident of Kharkiv (Ukraine), detained by the FSB in August - was shown on the Russian TV channel "Russia-1" as another "saboteur."
The video shows him allegedly confessing that he carried out the instructions of a certain "Musa," who introduced as an "officer of the Main Intelligence Directorate (GUR) of Ukraine." Prisich says that at a meeting in Kharkiv, "Musa" instructed him to collect data about the location and movements of Russian troops in the occupied Crimea. However, in his "testimony," Prisich did not name the title and did not describe the appearance or distinguishing marks of that "Ukrainian intelligence officer."
According to the website the Crimean human rights group, the location of the political prisoner is unknown at the moment. It is assumed that he can be either in the detention center of Simferopol or in a Moscow jail "Lefortovo."
It was reported earlier that the experts of Nomos analytical center Dmitry Shtyblikov and Alexey Bessarabov, as well as intelligence veteran Vladimir Dudka were also detained by occupants in Crimea.