Russia’s Federal Financial Monitoring Service (Rosfinmonitoring) has published on its official website a list of Russian terrorists and extremists, including 22 residents of the annexed Crimea: political prisoners, journalists and public activists.
The Rosfinmonitoring ranked all the "Crimean four" political prisoners in the "case of Sentsov" - Alexandr Kol'chenko, Oleg Sentsov, Aleksyi Cherniy and Gennady Afanasiev - as terrorists and extremists.
A blogger Yuri Ilchenko arrested after publishing an article about the occupation of Crimea and Russia’s crimes in Donbas, as well as the head of the Civil Corps "Azov-Crimea" Stanislav Krasnov, who is currently on trial in Ukraine, were also entered into the list of terrorists.
In addition, it includes the names of the journalists Anna Andriyevskaya and Nikolai Semena, a freelance correspondent of Radio Liberty. According to the Federal Financial Monitoring Service, the Crimean journalists pose a threat and can organize terrorist attacks.
In total, the data of 6103 people have been entered in the federal list of terrorists and extremists posted on the Federal Financial Monitoring Service’s website in sections "Russian natural persons" and "Foreign individuals."
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