Ukrainians conducting a peaceful peninsula blockade threaten the Crimean residents, reported "Crimea’s Prosecutor" Natalia Poklonsky on her Facebook page:
- I signed the decision and submitted the materials to the FSB for the organization of criminal proceedings against unknown persons who have organized the Crimean blockade and therefore committed an offense under Part. 2 Sec. 281 of the Criminal Code (sabotage) punishable by up to 20 years in jail.
Nov 23, the unidentified persons committed sabotage against the Russian citizens - residents of the Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol, thus posing a threat to life and health of close to 2 million people of different nationalities. As a result, 876 settlements have suffered being disconnected from the power supply, reported the Crimean Prosecutor.
But she has not fleshed out how the investigation is to be carried out as having no evidence and without crossing the administrative border.