Putin’s security service officer who ‘REFUSED’ to kill Ukrainians now faces jail

Putin’s security service officer who ‘REFUSED’ to kill Ukrainians and fled to Kazakhstan is instead deported to Russia and now faces up to 15 years in jail.

  • Major Mikhail Zhilin, 36, could be subjected to torture, says his wife
  • He was not allowed to go abroad and his asylum application was rejected.
  • FSO officer had access to Russian state secrets, it is reported

An officer in Vladimir Putin’s security service who refused to massacre Ukrainians and instead fled to Kazakhstan was deported to Russia.

Commander Mikhail Zhilin, 36, denounced the war and now faces up to 15 years in prison and torture, says his wife, Ekaterina.

The Federal Protective Service [FSO] official had access to Russian state secrets, including Putin’s own communications, it is reported.

He walked through the forests to reach the neighboring state of Kazakhstan, but his asylum application was rejected.

Mikhail Zhilin, 36, with his wife.  Vladimir Putin's security service officer, who refused to massacre Ukrainians and instead fled to Kazakhstan, has been deported to Russia.

Mikhail Zhilin, 36, with his wife. Vladimir Putin’s security service officer, who refused to massacre Ukrainians and instead fled to Kazakhstan, has been deported to Russia.

Officer of the Federal Protection Service Mikhail Zhilin.  He reportedly had access to Russian state secrets, including Putin's own communications.

Officer of the Federal Protection Service Mikhail Zhilin. He reportedly had access to Russian state secrets, including Putin’s own communications.

As an FSO officer, he was not allowed to travel abroad and was prevented from having a passport.

He fled when he was due to be transferred to the war zone where he would have been “forced” to “kill Ukrainian citizens.”

“I gave the obligation to defend the freedom and independence of my homeland, the Russian Federation, within its borders, and not to carry out aggressive military operations as part of the armed forces of my country to seize the territories of another state,” he said. . .

Major Mikhail Zhilin denounced the war and now faces up to 15 years in prison and torture, says his wife

Major Mikhail Zhilin denounced the war and now faces up to 15 years in prison and torture, says his wife

Mikhail Zhilin with his son.  Zhilin walked through the forests to reach the neighboring state of Kazakhstan, but his asylum application was rejected.

Mikhail Zhilin with his son. Zhilin walked through the forests to reach the neighboring state of Kazakhstan, but his asylum application was rejected.

In the photo: Ekaterina Zhilina, wife of FSO officer Mikhail Zhilin, spoke to reporters on the morning of December 30, saying that her husband was taken from the detention center where he awaited deportation and allegedly taken to the Russian border on the night of December 29.

In the photo: Ekaterina Zhilina, wife of FSO officer Mikhail Zhilin, spoke to reporters on the morning of December 30, saying that her husband was taken from the detention center where he awaited deportation and allegedly taken to the Russian border on the night of December 29.

Mikhail Zhilin with his wife Ekaterina.  As an FSO officer, he was not allowed to go abroad and was prevented from having a passport.

Mikhail Zhilin with his wife Ekaterina. As an FSO officer, he was not allowed to go abroad and was prevented from having a passport.

Mikhail pictured with his wife Ekaterina and their children.  Michael said:

Mikhail pictured with his wife Ekaterina and their children. Mikhail said: “I gave the obligation to defend the freedom and independence of my homeland, the Russian Federation, within its borders, and not to carry out aggressive military operations as part of the armed forces of my country to seize the territories of another state. “.

Kazakh authorities took in tens of thousands of Russians fleeing the war, but showed no leniency to Zhilin and he was secretly returned to Russia, the reports say.

Since he was deported this week at the hands of Russian law enforcement, he has disappeared, said his wife Ekaterina, 35, who says he is likely to face torture for fleeing Russia or be sent to fight in the war.

A court statement in the Kazakhstani capital Astana said: “I was an engineer at the FSO Special Communications and Information Center in Novosibirsk.”

Mikhail Zhilin with his wife Ekaterina.  He was arrested in Kazakhstan after fleeing from Russia.

Mikhail Zhilin with his wife Ekaterina. He was arrested in Kazakhstan after fleeing from Russia.

Major Mikhail Zhilin fled when he was to be transferred to the war zone where he would have been seen

Major Mikhail Zhilin fled when he was due to be transferred to the war zone where he would have been “forced” to “kill Ukrainian citizens.”

Kazakh authorities took in tens of thousands of Russians fleeing the war, but showed no leniency to Zhilin and he was secretly returned to Russia, the reports say.

Kazakh authorities took in tens of thousands of Russians fleeing the war, but showed no leniency to Zhilin and he was secretly returned to Russia, the reports say.

Since he was deported this week at the hands of Russian law enforcement, Zhilin has disappeared, said his wife Ekaterina, 35, who says he is likely to face torture for fleeing Russia or be sent to fight in the war.

Since he was deported this week at the hands of Russian law enforcement, Zhilin has disappeared, said his wife Ekaterina, 35, who says he is likely to face torture for fleeing Russia or be sent to fight in the war.

He handled government communications, which means he had access to [Russian] state secrets.

He had access to Putin’s contacts with other Russian officials.

Zhilin has relatives in the Kherson region of Ukraine.

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Author: Praveen Kumar

This is Praveen Kumar years of experience in the field of journalism, Praveen Kumar heads the editorial operations of the Elite News as the Executive Cameraperson.

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