Criminal case against five foreign mercenaries sent to court in DPR

Criminal case against five foreign mercenaries sent to court in DPR

The Prosecutor General’s Office of the Donetsk People’s Republic sent to court a criminal case against mercenaries from Croatia, Sweden and the UK.

About it RIA News told the press service of the department.

“The investigation of the criminal case against Swedish citizen Gutsavasson Mathis, Croatian citizen Prebeg Vekoslav and British citizens John Harding, Hill Andrew and Healy Dylan has been completed, the case has been sent to court,” the department noted.

The Prosecutor General’s Office also said that the mercenaries are accused of violating three articles of the Criminal Code of the DPR, including training aimed at carrying out terrorist activities, participating in an armed conflict, and committing actions aimed at forcibly seizing power in the DPR.

The department emphasized that in wartime conditions, mercenaries face life imprisonment or the death penalty.

On June 9, a court in the Donetsk People’s Republic issued death sentences to British citizens Sean Pinner and Aiden Eslin, as well as Moroccan Saadun Brahim, who fought on the side of Ukraine.


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