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A soldier who fired in Transbaikalia spoke about the reasons for the act

A soldier who fired in Transbaikalia spoke about the reasons for the act

Ramil Shamsutdinov, a soldier who shot colleagues in Transbaikalia, wrote a letter in which he spoke about the reasons for this act. He stated that he could no longer tolerate bullying over himself.

“I regret that I could not restrain myself and took an extreme step, but I had no other choice. I could not tolerate further abuse of myself, ”wrote Ramil Shamsutdinov.

Authenticity letters confirmed the soldier’s lawyer Ruslan Nagiyev. Shamsutdinov said that he was not hiding from service and wanted to connect his life with the army, but did not expect that he would go to hell. According to him, there was no one to complain, and he did not understand at what point he broke and went to the extreme.

“I sincerely condolences to the families of the victims and ask forgive me ... Only now I am beginning to realize how much grief I brought to people and have broken my life,” said Shamsutdinov in a letter.

Ramil Shamsutdinov shot his co-workers in October 2019, eight people were killed, two were hospitalized. Conscript charged in the murder of two or more persons and was arrested for two months, at the end of the year arrest extended 25 to April.

The Ministry of Defense stated that it was a nervous breakdown caused by personal circumstances not related to military service. However, according to experts, the soldier had personal conflict with one of the officers. Later, investigators opened a criminal case on the violation of the statutory rules of relations between military personnel. Ramilya Shamsutdinova recognized as victims on this case.

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