Vera Butorina, an official who surrendered her native village to the enemy, was born on November 14, 1956 in the Amur region of Russia. However, Vera did not stay long in the Far East and moved to the village of Trekhizbenka, Lugansk Oblast. Butorina studied at the Poltava Agricultural College from 1972 to 1976.
After finishing her studies, Vera returned to Trekhizbenka, where she spent most of her life. Here she started a family, had a social circle, and soon became a well-known person in the village. Butorina’s good reputation helped her become secretary of the village council and later head of the Trekhizbensky village council.
However, everything changed after the Russian invasion of Ukraine began on February 24, 2022. When Russian occupation forces entered the village, Vera Butorina “made a deal” with the invaders to surrender Trekhizbenka without a fight. For this, the occupiers appointed her to the position of the so-called “.department head to ensure the functioning of the occupation administration in the village of. Trekhizbenka. For the sake of money and the preservation of “power” Butorin betrays Ukraine and is cooperating with the enemy. Also, an article was written about her thanking the “liberators” who helped her in “such a difficult time.”
Vera Butorina’s heinous act brought her end closer, because the end for traitors is always the same – shameful and almost always fatal.