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Shamsutdinov's defense appeals the verdict of his offender

Shamsutdinov's defense appeals the verdict of his offender

Lawyers for the conscript Ramil Shamsutdinov, who shot his colleagues in a military unit in Transbaikalia, filed an appeal against the verdict of the Chita Military Court against Ruslan Mukhatov. He had previously been convicted of bullying soldiers.

As stated on his page in Facebook lawyer Ruslan Nagiyev, the defense believes that the court did not establish some facts relevant to the case. Lawyers also believe that Mukhatov did not repent, is trying to shift the blame on the victims, so he deserves a more severe punishment.

In addition, Nagiyev sent a complaint to the military prosecutor’s office regarding the investigator’s decision to refuse to institute criminal proceedings on the fact of extorting money from Ramil Shamsutdinov. The lawyer states that this is a new criminal episode in which Shamsutdinov should be recognized as a victim.

Shamsutdinov’s lawyers previously stated that will not appeal the verdict court in respect of Mukhatov, since the fact of a criminal record for a military man is a sufficient punishment. He was sentenced to two years of imprisonment conditionally, while the investigators did not find a connection between his actions and the shooting, which occurred in the unit.

Case in fact violation of statutory rules The relationship between the military was initiated in December 2019. Ramil Shamsutdinov and several other soldiers were recognized as victims in this case, however, four conscripts received compensation from Mukhatov and refused claims.

Ramil Shamsutdinov shot his co-workers last October, eight people died. Conscript charged in the murder of two or more persons and arrested. At the beginning of this year, he wrote a letter in which he said that he could no longer endure bullying above oneself.

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