The lieutenant colonel is suspected of transmitting to the SBU information about the movement of special equipment through the territories in which he served, the Buk air defense missile system, which is in service with the 53rd anti-aircraft missile brigade stationed in the Kursk region.
The FSB of Russia accused Lieutenant Colonel Borzenkov of high treason (Article 275 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the maximum punishment is 20 years in prison). According to counterintelligence, a high-ranking policeman “was involved in confidential cooperation by one of the units of the Security Service of Ukraine and, on the instructions of a foreign special service, collected and transmitted information constituting a state secret.”
According to the head of the international Joint Investigation Team (JIT) Fred Westerbeke, they have an eyewitness to the launch of the rocket that shot down the Malaysian Boeing-777 flight MH17 in the skies over the Donbas on July 17, 2014. If it is Dmitry Borzenkov, then it looks like Russia is “cleaning the ends.”