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The fact of beating Shamsutdinov in the unit was confirmed by witnesses

The fact of beating Shamsutdinov in the unit was confirmed by witnesses
Photo: from the page of Ramil Shamsutdinov in the social network

Witnesses in court confirmed that conscript Ramil Shamsutdinov, who shot his colleagues, was beaten in the unit. Also during the interrogation it was confirmed that he was not allowed to sleep for several days.

As the Kommersant, Private Aliyev said that he saw the defendant being beaten in the toilet. He also said that the recruits, including himself, were forced to learn the charter instead of sleeping while standing.

During the meeting, it became known that for one of the killed this was the last watch, after which he was to be demobilized. The trial takes place with the participation of a jury.

Last week, the first witness in the Shamsutdinov case told in court about hazing in a military unit... According to Dmitry Konovalov, the lieutenant forced Shamsutdinov to clean the toilet and shower, and in the absence of cleanliness, he threatened to wipe the rim of the toilet with the soldier's face.

Ramil Shamsutdinov shot his colleagues in October 2019. Eight people died, conscript charged in the murder of two or more persons and arrested. The Defense Ministry denied the version of hazing, which could have caused the tragedy, but at the beginning of this year Shamsutdinov wrote a letter in which he stated that he could no longer endure bullying above oneself.

This year Shamsutdinov pleaded guilty... Court softened the charge, excluding beating from it, however Period of detention extended.


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