Video shows ‘traitor’ accused of helping Russian detained by Ukrainian army

Dramatic footage emerged this week showing a Ukrainian woman allegedly serving as a spy for Russia being detained by Ukrainian troops in her small village.

According to The Sun, Ukrainian special forces joined intelligence agents when they raided a town near Kharkiv and arrested Nadia Antonova.

Local council secretary Antonova is accused of handing over the names of soldiers, police officers and counterterrorism experts while Russia was in power, the report said.

Nadiya Antonova was detained by the Ukrainian army on suspicion of spying for Russia.
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It is alleged that Antonova gave the Russians the names of the soldiers.
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She also revealed the names of others familiar with the terrain and area.

In the video, heavily armed troops can be seen surrounding the woman, in her 60s, and showing her documents before dragging her away.

“Traitor! Do you think you found a traitor?” Antonova shouted when he was arrested. “You’re so shameless. I’ve been here all the time. How do you think we live here?”

The woman was dragged from a small village near Kharkiv.
The woman was dragged from a small village near Kharkiv.
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The village of Antonova has been occupied by Russian troops until recently liberated.
The village of Antonova has been occupied by Russian troops until recently liberated.
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Antonova was handcuffed to the back seat of the car.
Antonova was handcuffed to the back seat of the car.
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The village in rural Kharkiv was recently liberated by Ukrainian forces after being occupied by Moscow during the initial invasion.

Ukrainians have launched a nationwide crackdown on those accused of helping Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “special military operation” in the country.

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