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Occupier who robbed residents of Kyiv region sentenced to 12 years

Occupier who robbed residents of Kyiv region sentenced to 12 years Prosecution (photo: Vitalii Nosach, RBC-Ukraine)

The Russian soldier, who was involved in the occupation of the village of Bohdanivka in the Brovary district of the Kyiv region in early March 2022 and was found guilty of robbing Ukrainians, has been sentenced to 12 years in prison, according to the Office of the Prosecutor General.

As the investigators have found, the convicted individual, along with other military personnel from the aggressor country, invaded the territory of a private residence where a civilian was present.

They entered the person's dwelling and threatened to use automatic weapons and commit murder. The convicted person forced the victim to lie on the floor while displaying contempt, humiliation, and intimidation.

The Russian individual repeatedly struck the victim with the stock of a rifle on the head, torso, and other parts of the body. Along with other Russian military personnel, he demanded that the victim hand over gold items, cash, and a mobile phone. To enforce their demands, they conducted a search of the victim's home.

Under the threat of violence to his life and health, the victim was forced to surrender his mobile phone, money, and family gold jewelry worth a significant amount. The Russian individuals took the stolen items and distributed them among themselves. Afterward, they also looted a shop located in the vicinity of the house.

In a previous report, we mentioned that the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) had brought charges against a Russian propagandist who called for the bombing of Ukrainian cities.

It has been reported that the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has filed charges against a judge from the Kerch City Court, who fabricated a case against Crimean Tatars. In 2014, after the occupation of the peninsula, she switched sides and began collaborating with the occupying authorities.