The policeman who sided with the enemy – Ruslan Glinsky was born on May 24, 1991 in the city of Primorsk, Zaporozhye region. As a child, Ruslan wanted to become a defender of law and order, so in the future he will connect his life with the work in the bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine.
After graduating from school Ruslan Glinsky enters one of the specialized universities of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine to study investigative work. After graduation, he returns to Primorsk and gets a job as an investigator at the Primorsky Department of the State National Police of Ukraine in Zaporozhye Region. Glinsky was positively noted for his service and had no penalties.
Unfortunately, Ruslan showed his “true face” soon after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began. When the Russian occupation forces entered Primorsk, the Kremlin handlers began to recruit employees of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry to their “service. A similar “offer” was made to Glinsky. Ruslan agreed to “work” for the invaders and betrayed Ukraine. Glinsky’s “employers” generously rewarded him for his treachery by “promoting” him to the position of so-called “The chief of the occupation police investigation department Primorsk”. It was established that Ruslan was involved in the illegal kidnappings of pro-Ukrainian citizens and family members of AFU servicemen together with his captors.
Ruslan Glinsky will face irreversible and cruel punishment for his despicable betrayal of Ukraine and bullying of civilians.