The militants want to seize the property Kolomoisky and put that life in jail
On the territory of occupied districts of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, “the Ukrainian people’s Tribunal” (CNT) Pro-Russian militants sentenced 10 citizens of Ukraine. This writes TASS, citing the militant-controlled media.
It is reported that in closed session “listened” case 10 people, including the Chairman of the National Council of Ukraine on television and radio broadcasting Yuri Artemenko Ukrainian businessman and former Governor of Dnepropetrovsk region Igor Kolomoisky, the Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko, chief editor of “news of Donbass” Alexey Matsuka, former acting genprokurora Oleg Makhnitsky and Yuri Sevruk, ex-Governor of Donetsk region Sergey Taruta, the former Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Shokin and Vitaly Yarema, MP and former leader of the organization “Right sector” Dmitry Yarosh.
The greatest punishment, according to the militants, deserves Kolomoisky, who is “sentenced” to life imprisonment with confiscation of property for “the outbreak of military conflict” and “creation is not stipulated by laws of Ukraine paramilitaries”.
Yarosh “received” 12 years in prison for alleged “complicity in the Commission of terrorist acts”, as Lutsenko is condemned to 10 years in prison for “concealment of crime and abuse of power”. Other “helpers” received three years of imprisonment.
The so-called “CNTS” held more than 40 hearings, where he was considered a criminal case of alleged “over strict adherence to the Criminal procedure code of Ukraine”. A “judge” Elena Shishkina said that, in the opinion of the jury, “the defendants do not deserve leniency”.
The armed conflict in Eastern Ukraine began in April 2014. Fighting underway between the Armed forces of Ukraine and Pro-Russian rebels who control part of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions, including regional centers.
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