An occupier who mocked residents of Irpin and imitated their execution will be tried in Ukraine. Photo.
Another Russian occupier involved in war crimes in the Kyiv region will be tried in Kyiv. A soldier of the Russian terrorist country mocked the residents of Irpin and imitated their execution.
This was reported by the press service of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine. The offender faces up to 12 years in prison.
According to law enforcement officers, in March 2022, the suspect, together with other Russian military personnel, conducted special raids in the city of Irpin, Kyiv region.
"They treated civilians cruelly, insultingly and humiliatingly, trying to identify patriotic citizens of Ukraine. They found two civilians on the territory of the Irpin military hospital. After interrogating them and not obtaining the desired information, the accused ordered the men to kneel and press their heads together. In order to intimidate them, he imitated their execution by firing several shots above the men's heads," the press service said.
In addition, the occupier and other servicemen of the aggressor country of the Russian Federation illegally entered a residential building where two civilians were staying. They struck one of the Ukrainians in the torso and head and, imitating a murder, fired shots near his head.
"They took the victim to the yard of the house for interrogation. There, the Russian serviceman allegedly fired shots at the civilian, imitating a shooting, because he did not provide 'true information'. The accused is currently in custody - he is a senior rifleman of a reconnaissance platoon of the 104th Guards Airborne Regiment," the prosecutor's office said.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, another Russian occupier involved in war crimes will be tried in Ukraine. A Russian serviceman shot a man and almost killed his 14-year-old son while they were on their way to get humanitarian aid in Bucha, Kyiv region.
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