Husband and wife Putin cronies are EXECUTED in Ukraine after organizing fake referendum on joining Russia, as Zelensky’s forces escalate campaign against Kremlin sympathizers

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  • Election chief Lyudmila Boyko and her local official husband Oleg died today
  • They both died of injuries sustained in an explosion near their home.
  • The Prosecutor General of the Luhansk Region and his deputy were also killed.
  • Russia has blamed Ukrainian sabotage operations for both blasts.
  • Ukraine has launched a series of similar attacks on pro-Russian officials in the occupied territory to prevent the government from infiltrating

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The woman in charge of Putin’s ‘fake referendum’ that would vote for citizens of occupied Ukraine to join the Russian Federation was killed in an apparent sabotage attack today.

Lyudmila Boyko headed the election commission in Burdiansk, in the southern Zaporizhzhya region, and was preparing to implement the Kremlin’s plans for an election.

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But she, along with her husband Oleg Boyko, a senior local official in the Russian-established local government, were killed in an explosion near their home.

It came after the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic’s Prosecutor General Sergei Gorenko was killed in another explosion that destroyed his office and also killed his deputy Yekaterina Stegalenko.

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All four victims of the fatal attacks were in their 40s.

Russia has blamed the actions of saboteurs in Ukraine for both the blasts.

Lyudmila's husband Oleg Boyko was a senior official in the Russian-established government of Burdiansk.

Lyudmila Boyko (left) was a top election commission official in Russian-occupied Ukraine. Her husband Oleg (right) was a senior government official in the same region

The Prosecutor General of the so-called Luhansk People's Republic, Sergei Gorenko, was killed in another explosion.

Gorenko's deputy Ekaterina Steglenko was also killed in an office explosion in Luhansky.

The so-called Luhansk People’s Republic’s Prosecutor General Sergei Gorenko (left) was killed in another explosion that destroyed his office and also killed his deputy Yekaterina Stegalenko (right).

Military officers and emergency services workers are pictured outside the General Prosecutor's office in Lugansk today after an explosion that killed the general prosecutor and his deputy.

Military officers and emergency services workers are pictured outside the General Prosecutor’s office in Lugansk today after an explosion that killed the general prosecutor and his deputy.

“This is a great loss for us, for all those who have not come to terms with the criminal Kyiv regime and continue to fight their nationalist manifestations,” said Alexander Bastrykin, the head of the Russian Investigative Committee. [IC] And a close Putin ally.

We will give all possible help to investigate this heinous crime.

‘I have already instructed the investigators of the Russian IC to open a criminal case and investigate all the circumstances of the incident.

‘I extend my deepest, sincere condolences to relatives, friends and colleagues.’

Although Kyiv has not claimed responsibility for any sabotage attacks, it appears that Ukrainian actors have launched several such campaigns to prevent pro-Russian governments from infiltrating the occupied territory.

On 6 September, military commander Artem Igorevich Bardin, who had been appointed by Moscow to oversee Bardyansk and the surrounding area, was crippled in a car bombing.

The explosion rocked a tree-lined street in the city center that was close to the administration building and also injured civilians.

The attack occurred after another regional officer, Ivan Sushko, was detonated in a car bombing along with the deputy chief of the Bardiansk traffic police, Alexander Kolesnikov.

Footage from Bardiansk (pictured) shows the burning wreckage of a car belonging to Artem Igorevich Bardin

The bardin was the military commander appointed by Moscow to oversee the city and the surrounding area.

Footage from Bardiansk (pictured) shows the burning wreckage of a car belonging to Artem Igorevich Bardin, the military commander appointed by Moscow to oversee the city and surrounding area.

Ivan Sushko, a 40-year-old father who was a pro-Russian local government official in Burdiansk, was killed in a car bombing in August.

Ivan Sushko, a 40-year-old father who was a pro-Russian local government official in Burdiansk, was killed in a car bombing in August.

Ukraine and the West maintain that there is no hope of a free and fair referendum in the Ukrainian occupied territories.

Putin used a plebiscite – the results of which were widely disputed and believed – to justify the annexation of Crimea and the peninsula’s subsequent incorporation into the Russian Federation in 2014.

The blasts targeting Russian-established local officials in southern Ukraine came as Ukrainian officials made a painful search in the country’s northeast.

At least ten torture chambers and a mass grave site containing at least 450 bodies were found by officials who had returned to Izium, a town in the Kharkiv region and Balakya, a town close to Izium, last weekend after an electric Ukrainian counter-offensive. He was freed after the attack. against the Russian army.

Ukraine’s police chief Igor Klymenko said most of the people buried in mass graves are civilians, with some graves marked only with numbers.

Other tombs have military emblems, which suggest that soldiers are buried there.

Prosecutors spent yesterday clearing the area for explosives and have now begun removing pits so the bodies can be taken for forensic examination to see how hundreds of people actually died.

Prosecutors spent yesterday clearing the area for explosives and have now begun removing pits so the bodies can be taken for forensic examination to see how hundreds of people actually died.

The hastily excavated graves at the woodland site are marked only with wooden stakes and pieces of paper, as Ukraine begins to excavate the site to collect evidence of war crimes.

The hastily excavated graves at the woodland site are marked only with wooden stakes and pieces of paper, as Ukraine begins to excavate the site to collect evidence of war crimes.

The head of the prosecutor’s office in the Ukrainian region of Kharkiv said some of the bodies retrieved from the mass burial site showed signs of torture, some of whom were buried behind their backs or with ropes around their necks.

Izum resident Sergei Gorodko said among the hundreds of people buried in individual graves were dozens of adults and children who died in a Russian air raid on an apartment building.

He said he pulled some of them out of the rubble ‘with his own hands’.

Zelensky pointed to war crimes in an overnight speech when he compared Izium to Mariupol and Bucha, two cities where Russia has systematically destroyed civilians.

‘We want the world to know what is really happening and what has happened because of the Russian occupation. Buka, Mariupol, now, unfortunately, Izium,’ he said.

‘Russia leaves death everywhere. And it should be held accountable.

Kharkiv region chief police investigator Sergei Bolvinov said the bodies would be exhumed and taken for forensic examination.

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