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The petty hockey player Vladislav Lukin was found guilty of bribing him to escape from the army.

UFA, September 22 – RIA Novosti. Ufa hockey player Vladislav Lukin pleaded guilty and repented at a court hearing in the case of bribery to evade military service, RIA Novosti correspondent reported.

According to the SUSK of the Russian Federation in Bashkortostan, in 2019, two students from a Ufa university, through an acquaintance, bribed an employee of the military commissariat for his release or deferment from service in the ranks of the Russian Armed Forces. The amount of bribes amounted to 170 and 175 thousand rubles. Then the agent was arrested and a criminal case was opened against the bribe givers.

“I admit my guilt, I repent,” said Lukin in his speech at the Ufa Leninsky Court, where the hearings on the merits began today.

The hearing of the case was postponed to 28 September due to the absence of the witness.

Earlier, the court ruled on two more hockey players. Anvar Suleimanov, whose crime was reclassified as “attempted bribery”, was sentenced to a 4-year probationary sentence and a 5-year suspended sentence. Mikhail Vorobyov was fined 2 million rubles, he stated in court that he was ready to serve in the Russian army.

Source: Ria

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