The court at the LPR sentenced a Ukrainian soldier who killed civilians to 20 years in prison.
MOSCOW, March 16 – RIA Novosti. LPR High Court sentenced a Ukrainian soldier to 20 years in prison in a rigid regime colony for burning a civilian car with a flamethrower in April 2022, two died, informs Military Attorney General’s press service.
“The Supreme Court of the Luhansk People’s Republic sentenced one of the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, in accordance with the position of the representative of the Military Prosecutor’s Office of the United Troops (Forces).” says report.
A court at the LPR sentenced a former military to 13 years in prison for treason.
It was stated that he was found guilty of attempted murder of two or more people, generally committed dangerously, killing two people, generally committing dangerously, deliberately damaging other people’s property with hooligan motives, ill-treatment. civilian population and the use of prohibited means and methods in an armed conflict.
The court found that in April 2022, in the town of Rubizhne, Severodonetsk district, Lugansk region, the accused received information from the command about a car trying to evacuate civilians from the village in connection with the intense artillery shelling. Preventing them from leaving the city, the man fired a jet flamethrower at the car, resulting in two civilian deaths, three injuries of varying severity, and the car completely burning.
“The court sentenced the criminal to 20 years in a strict regime correctional colony,” the statement reads.
In October 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed the federal constitutional laws on the admission of new territories to Russia and the creation of new subjects of the Russian Federation. Russia included the LPR, DPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. This happened after the referendums held in these regions on September 23-27. 99.23% of voters in the DPR, in the LPR – 98.42%, in the Kherson region – 87.05% and in Zaporozhye – 93.11% voted for this decision.
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