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Prosecution asks for 25 years in prison for Ramil Shamsutdinov

Prosecution asks for 25 years in prison for Ramil Shamsutdinov
Photo: from the page of Ramil Shamsutdinov in the social network

The state prosecutor asks the court to appoint conscript Ramil Shamsutdinov, who shot his colleagues, to appoint 25 years in prison. The accused refused to say the last word and to participate in the debate.

As the TASS, the prosecutor asked to make a final verdict, taking into account the previously imposed sentences, and send Shamsutdinov to a maximum security colony for 25 years without restriction of freedom. The prosecution also supported civil claims for compensation for moral damage to the families of the victims and injured in the total amount of 28 million rubles.

The conscript's lawyer asked the court to take into account that Shamsutdinov pleaded guilty, repented and had not previously committed crimes. The day before, Ramil Shamsutdinov, who shot his colleagues at the trial refused to admit claims on causing moral harm to the relatives of the deceased and injured. He did not name the reason for the refusal to recognize the claims.

The verdict will be announced on January 21.

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. The facts of bullying in court witnesses confirmed.

This year Shamsutdinov pleaded guilty... In court, he apologized to a colleague he shot at and noted that did it unconsciously.

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