Beat a resident of Irpin and imitated his execution: another Russian invader will be tried in Ukraine. Photo

Investigation into war crime is completed
Investigation into war crime is completed

Ukraine is to try another soldier of the Russian terrorist country accused of war crimes. In Irpin, Kyiv region, the occupier was searching for patriotic citizens and, imitating an execution, fired at Ukrainians.

The press service of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine reported about it. The attacker faces up to 12 years in prison.

In March 2022, the commander of a reconnaissance platoon of the 104th Guards Air Assault Regiment of the Russian forces, together with his subordinate soldiers, conducted special raids in the city of Irpin.

"They treated civilians cruelly, insultingly and disrespectfully, trying to identify patriotic citizens of Ukraine. The accused, together with other Russian servicemen, illegally entered a residential building where there were two civilians. The perpetrators struck the victim's torso and head, fired shots near his head," the press service said.


For interrogation, they took the Ukrainian to the yard of the house, where the occupier pointed an automatic weapon at the victim. Imitating an execution, allegedly due to the failure to provide "truthful information," the Russian military fired two bursts of shots from one side and the other of the victim.

The investigation into the violation of the laws and customs of war has been completed, and the indictment has been sent to court for consideration on the merits.

As OBOZREVATEL reported, another Russian occupier involved in war crimes will be tried in Ukraine. The soldier of the terrorist country, fleeing from the Ukrainian defenders, looted the house of a resident of the Kyiv region.

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