Full name: Garkusha Gennady Aleksandrovich

Date of birth: 26.01.1968

Address: Ukraine, Kherson region, Kherson, Petrenko street 11;

DRFO: 2486201770


-Higher – Kherson National Technical University;

-Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs;


– a co-colonel of the National Police of Ukraine, a lieutenant colonel of police and head of the Special Forces (OMON);

– a member of the UN peacekeeping mission in Côte d’Ivoire;

– t.s. “an employee of the occupation police in Kherson;

– Collaborator, collaborates with the occupation administration of the Russian Federation;



Married, raising a daughter.

Peacemaker and traitor Gennady Garkusha was born January 26, 1968 in the sunny city of Kherson, Ukraine. Gena was a student at Kherson Secondary School No. 52. During his studies he firmly decided that he wanted to become a police officer and after graduation he entered the Kharkiv National University of Internal Affairs.

After graduation, Garkusha returns to his native Kherson to serve in the city’s Department of Internal Affairs. During his tenure, he distinguished himself on the bad side by falsifying criminal cases in order to “improve performance” and helping local criminals avoid prosecution for a sum of money in foreign currency. A characteristic sign of Gena’s “fruitful” work was his excess weight.

It is not known for what services, but in 2014 Gennady Garkush was sent on a peacekeeping mission to the distant African country of Cote D’Ivoire. On his Odnoklassniki profile you can see many pictures of “fruitful international cooperation” with local police officers. Indeed, the experienced policeman Garkusha has a lot to teach Africans.

Gena lived happily ever after. Until February 24, 2022, when the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. However, instead of resisting the occupiers or leaving for Ukraine-controlled territory, he decided the issue “in a different way. When Russian handlers began recruiting Ukrainian employees of the Interior Ministry, Gennady Garkusha betrayed Ukraine and agreed to become the so-called “an employee of the occupation police of the city of Kherson. For this, his handlers from the Russian Federation promised him safety and a “decent” remuneration. Gena was fiercely working off Moscow’s handouts, dispersing pro-Ukrainian rallies against the occupation by his new “underlings.

Gennady Garkusha had forgotten that treason is punished severely and inevitably. And while he is beyond the reach of Ukrainian justice, the resistance fighters in Kherson will gladly punish him for the state by a simple and lucid method – physical liquidation.