A policeman-collaborator was killed in the Kherson region

In Nova Kakhovka, Kherson region, a police officer-collaborator Serhiy Tomka was killed. This was reported by journalist Oleg Baturin.

He wrote on his Facebook page:

“The traitor from Novaya Kakhovka Serhii Tomka was killed tonight.”

It happened on July 7. Serhii Khlan, adviser to the head of Kherson OVA, also confirmed this information.

“In the Kherson region, the enemy is being successively destroyed in the rear. Yesterday, another “series” of Chornobayivka, where a cluster of military equipment was crushed. Today, literally two hours ago, an ammunition depot in Nova Kakhovka was hit. There, according to preliminary information, a traitor was killed yesterday, a former policeman who agreed to cooperate with the occupiers — Serhiy Tomka,” Khlan wrote

It is known that with the beginning of the occupation Serhii Tomka went over to the side of the Russian occupiers and became the deputy of the so-called “chief of the police department”. He urged people to side with the occupiers and used repression against them. Suspicion of treason was received on May 5.

What is known:

  • The First Deputy Chairman of the Kherson Regional Council published on his Facebook page lists of people who sided with the occupation authorities and received positions in the “Military-Civil Administration”.
  • The Kherson regional prosecutor’s office reported in absentia about the suspicion of cruel treatment of the civilian population to Volodymyr Leontiev, the Gauleiter of Nova Kakhovka. He is believed to be involved in the kidnapping of Oleh Baturin, a journalist of the Kherson regional newspaper “Noviy Den”.

Translated from Ukrainian into English via Google



  1. Very good! I hope more traitors will meet their end like this, or in similar ways. This will save the country the hunt, prosecution and prison costs.

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