The FSB detained in Rostov-on-Don a design engineer of a military-industrial complex enterprise who allegedly passed data on air defense and personnel of the Russian armed forces to Ukraine. He is charged with "treason" (Article 275 of the Criminal Code). This is reported by TASS with reference to the security forces. Details about the detention and the identity of the engineer were not reported.
After the start of a full-scale war in Russia, one after another, they initiate cases for "treason." At the end of April, Vladimir Putin signed a law providing for life imprisonment under this article. Under the concept of "treason" fall a variety of "violations". For example, in March, the FSB detained on suspicion of “treason” a resident of Moscow, who allegedly transferred money to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This was the first case of criminal prosecution for donations under Art. 275 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation.