KYIV (QHA) -

In the annexed Crimea, two soldiers of the Russian Guard, who had beaten the resident of Sevastopol to death, were sentenced to six and four years of imprisonment.

According to the press service of the Sevastopol garrison military court, at the time of committing the crime the Russian military were in a state of alcohol intoxication.

“On December 17, 2017, the soldiers of the Russian Guard Aleksey Pyzhyanov and Danis Timirkin, being in a state of intoxication, applied physical violence to a citizen K., including using an object as a weapon, which caused serious harm to health, dangerous to human life, which caused the death of the victim by negligence.”

Reportedly, the verdict of the military court has not yet entered in legal force and can be appealed.

Similarly, in December 2017, Crimean fighters of "Self-defense" beat up two locals with extreme cruelty. As the participants of the incident explained, the victims' fault was that they were in a state of intoxication and did not want to follow the police.

During the World Football Championship in Russia, a Russian Guard officer beat the cheerleader after the match Russia-Spain.

Source: News of Crimea

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