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Ukrainian gunner convicted in absentia in Russia for shooting a civilian

The Supreme Court of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) sentenced a serviceman of the Armed Forces in absentia to 25 years in prison Ukraine (UAF) Vladimir Palamarenko, who shot a civilian Mariupol. The regional prosecutor’s office reported this to Lenta.ru.

A 23-year-old senior gunner of a mortar platoon of the 36th separate marine brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was found guilty under Articles 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (“Murder motivated by political, ideological hatred”) and 356 of the Criminal Code RF (“Cruel treatment of civilians in occupied territory”).

The court found that at the end of March 2022, Palamarenko was at the Cordon combat position, located on Mamin-Sibiryaka Street in Mariupol. He saw a man walking and reported him to the senior combat position, Alim Tkachuk. He gave the order to liquidate the Mariupol resident. Palamarenko shot him with a machine gun. The man died from his injuries at the scene of the crime.

Tkachuk was sentenced to 24 years in prison and sent to a maximum security colony.

January 11 Supreme Court of the DPR sentenced to 25 years in prison for the murder of a resident of Mariupol, 26-year-old gunner of an armored personnel carrier of the 36th separate marine brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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