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Ukrainian sniper shoots dead passers-by – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: May 26, 2024 Time: 06:14:54

Basically, all of these crimes were committed in the spring of 2022, at the beginning of the special operation. For more than a year, investigators scrupulously collected evidence of the guilt of detained Security Service members. Now the time has come for judicial verdicts.

Sergeant Alexander Slobodyanyuk served under contract in the nationalist Azov regiment, banned in Russia.

In March last year he was at one of the entrances to a residential building in Mariupol. An elderly man and woman tried to get there, hiding from the shooting that was taking place in the street.

Slobodyanyuk, believing that these people were taking a pro-Russian position, shot them with a machine gun. They died.

The court sentenced him to 26 years in prison, which he will serve in a maximum security colony.

Recently, another man from Azov was convicted – grenade launcher Vadim Gusev. He mocked a Russian soldier captured in Mariupol. He hit him with a rubber baton and put out the cigarette butt on his head. Our fighter survived and was soon freed. According to a court verdict, Gusev was sentenced in absentia to a prison sentence of 14.5 years. He is on the international wanted list.

Shooter Sahil Allahverdiev was convicted of firing an automatic grenade launcher at a residential building in Severodonetsk. As a result, an apartment was damaged. He received 16 years in prison and admitted his guilt.

Warrant officer Alexey Borisenko fired a mortar at the village of Nizhneye in the LPR, where civilians lived. According to the investigation, his objective was “to sow chaos and panic among the civilian population, damage residents’ homes and then blame the Russian Federation for what happened.” Borisenko fully admitted his guilt and regretted his actions. He was sentenced to 17 years in a maximum security colony.

Oleg Bezvolev, according to the Russian Investigative Committee, found two civilians on Mariupol’s Nikolsky Avenue and shot them, believing them to be pro-Russian. From Bezvolev’s testimony it follows that he did not see weapons on these people, they did not represent a visible threat to him. The court sentenced him to 25 years in prison.

Sound level meter and radio operator Igor Taran, during his combat duty at a position located on the roof of the warehouse of the PJSC Azovobschemash workshop in Mariupol, discovered a civilian. He reported this to the command by radio, after which he received the order to shoot the man. The battering ram fired at least four shots aimed at a civilian. The victim died at the scene of the crime.

On March 16, 2022, Ram discovered three civilians passing by his position in the direction of the old gas station building. He fired at least seven shots at the men. One of them died from penetrating gunshot wounds, while the other two managed to escape. He subsequently shot two more men from among the civilian population of Mariupol.

The court sentenced Taran to life imprisonment to be served in a special regime colony.

The commander of an anti-aircraft artillery platoon, Denis Kharchenko, was sentenced to 18 years in prison for shooting at a civilian bystander in Mariupol.

The commander of the reconnaissance battalion section, Oleg Lukyanenko, was sentenced to life imprisonment. First, in a drunken state, he hit a passer-by in Mariupol and then shot him.

And after that, while in an observation position, Lukyanenko fired several shots from a sniper rifle at a man and a woman standing nearby.

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