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Brit faces the death penalty in Russia for trying to help the safety of Ukrainian families

BRIT, who tried to help the safety of Ukrainian families, is said to have stopped at a Russian checkpoint and faced the death penalty on “fake” charges.

Aid worker Dylan Healy22, have been accused of being terrorists and mercenaries.

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Aid worker Dylan Healy, 22, has been accused of being a terrorist and a mercenary.Credit: East2West

He was detained by British helper Paul Urey, 45, near Zaporizhia on April 25. They are on trial.

Humanitarian groups claim that photos posted online with witness statements and documents prove that he was on a mission of mercy.

Dominic Byrne, a Presidium network that supports Dylan, said:

“These are fake claims.

“There is no evidence about it.”

Mr Byrne said Dylan’s family is now “extremely worried.”

A villain from the Donetsk People’s Republic with Russian support blocked the Red Cross plea to check the two men.

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