Terrorist detained: Brazilian mercenary detained in Kyiv airport (photo, video)

18:29 Oct. 7, 2016

Brazilian mercenary detained in Kyiv airport (photo, video)

(Source: facebook.com/SecuSerUkraine)

The man is a member of terrorist organization DNR

A 32-year-old man was detained in international airport Boryspil by Security Service of Ukraine while trying to cross the state border. During the search, the police found in his luggage a military ID of the so-called DNR (Donetsk National Republic), a decoration order, signed by terrorist leader Strielkov, and a laptop with correspondence with terrorist leaders. 

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During investigation, the SBU officers found out that a Brazilian citizen Rafael Lusvargi has a nickname Golovorez ("Cut-throat") and is well-trained military. He has graduated from a military police academy and studied in a Russian university. The man has skills of an alpinist, military skier, radio operator. Lusvargi is also experienced at seizing hostages and working with explosives.

 

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According to the intelligence, since November 2002 he had been to almost all "hot points" in the world. Two years ago, Rafael Lusvargi came to Ukraine and joined the Vikings terrorist group at the occupied Ukrainian territory. He also collaborated with Russian intelligence and trained mercenaries. 

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