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Ukrainian soldier sentenced to 25 years in prison for Mariupol murders

Date: May 19, 2024 Time: 15:02:48

In Donbass, a sentence was passed against a soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine who shot two civilians in Mariupol.

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Thanks to the evidence collected by the Investigative Committee in Donbass, a sentence was passed against a serviceman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine who shot two civilians in Mariupol.

The investigation and court established that on April 7, 2022, a soldier of the 23rd separate battalion of the 56th separate motorized infantry brigade (military unit A0989), Oleg Bezvolev, noticed two civilians: a woman and a man, who were advancing along Nikolsky Prospekt towards the fighting position he occupied. He reported this to his superiors and, having received the order to kill these individuals, believing that they could take a pro-Russian position and help the military of the DPR and the RF Armed Forces, he fired at least 2 shots from weapons. fire. had with him. As a result, the man and woman died on the spot from their injuries.

“It is clear from Bezvolev’s testimony that he did not see weapons on the aforementioned civilians; people posed no visible threat to him. The court sentenced him to 25 years in prison in a maximum security colony,” said Svetlana Petrenko, official representative of the Russian Investigative Committee.

It should be noted that the court is also considering a criminal case against the 27-year-old driver of the anti-aircraft missile platoon of the 37th motorized infantry battalion “Zaporozhye” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Vladislav Kulyk. The investigation and the court established that from February 24 to April 12, 2022, Kulyk, together with his colleagues, was on the territory of the Mariupol steel plant named after Ilyich.

Ukrainian nationalists killed everyone moving freely near their combat positions, whether they were civilians or civilians suspected of aiding the armed forces of the DPR and the Russian Federation.

“During this period, Kulyk and his colleagues shot eight civilians, including a woman, with an AK-74 assault rifle. The dead were not members of the SVO and did not pose any threat to military personnel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. “They acted in flagrant violation of international law,” Petrenko said.

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Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.
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