In the Khabarovsk garrison military court, the prosecutor’s office demanded to sentence to six years in prison under the article about “fakes” about the Russian army a soldier of the 64th motorized rifle brigade Daniil Frolkin, who spoke about the war crimes of Russian soldiers in Ukraine (paragraphs “b” and “d” part 2 of the article 207.3 of the Criminal Code). This is reported by “Important stories”.
The verdict to the military can be passed tomorrow, March 16. The initiation of the case became known at the end of 2022.
Earlier, Important Stories published an investigation in which, in particular, Daniil Frolkin, a soldier of the 64th motorized rifle brigade, confesses to committing war crimes. “I, a soldier of military unit 51460, guard corporal, Frolkin Daniil Andreevich, confess to all the crimes that I committed in Andreevka: shooting the civilian population, robbing the civilian population, confiscating their phones, and that our command is fucking does not put our fighters, all the infantry that fights on the front line, on the front line,” Frolkin began his confession.
He also confesses to one murder. “Yes, I shot one civilian there, he gave the coordinates of our columns, our boys were killed. I tell him: “Go ahead.” He goes. I tell him: “Kneel down.” Frolkin says in the video.
“His story clearly matches our events – the murder.” The Ukrainian prosecutor’s office added to the case a video of the confession of a Russian soldier:
On June 17, 2022, the Kiev-Svyatoshinsky district prosecutor’s office of Ukraine announced the suspicion to Frolkin. He is charged with part 2 of Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine – “Violation of the laws and customs of war.” For the murder of a civilian, he faces a life sentence in Ukraine.
Confessions of the Russian soldier Daniil Frolkin, the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office attached to the case of committing war crimes in the village of Andreevka in the Kiev region, which was under the control of the Russian military from late February to April. Perhaps this case will be referred to the International Criminal Court.
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