Fraudsters were discovered in Crimea purchasing humanitarian aid allegedly for the military

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Fraudsters were discovered in Crimea purchasing humanitarian aid allegedly for the military

In the Black Sea region of Crimea, two drunk women in an SUV drove onto the beach, destroying the sandy surface and breaking the wooden paths to the sea. Their behavior aroused the indignation of vacationers, who, in response to the protests, the women showed aggression and threatened with their connections. During the altercation, the vacationers recognized one of the violators as Natalya Yarushevich, known from her publications a year ago about fraud with humanitarian aid. This information is provided by "Base".

Natalya Yarushevich became famous after she was suspected of fraud in the procurement of humanitarian aid worth millions of rubles. Along with her on the beach was Irina Buchneva, an employee of the Committee of Soldiers' Mothers and a native of Melitopol. According to investigators, Irina volunteered, collecting funds to purchase equipment for Russian fighters, but then resold the collected equipment and embezzled the money.

In January 2024, a police report was filed against Irina Buchneva. Volunteers who collaborated with her accused her of fraud and resale of collected funds. Later, other volunteers accused her of fraud with humanitarian aid.

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