It is logical to assume that the lawyers of all three men will lodge a ‘Cassation Appeal’ before the deadline of July 9th, 2022, and that consequentially, each of the three condemned men will receive a guarantied two extra months of existence. This will take us to around the end of August, 2022, when the Supreme Court of the DPR will have to decisively ‘rule’ upon whether the original verdicts were ‘Just’ (and a correct interpretation of the law) or decide that they were not and ‘Overturn’ or ‘Vacate’ the Death Sentences. If the sentences are ‘Vacated’ – then the three cases may well be referred for retrial in a lower DPR Court. If the sentences are not ‘Overturned’ – then I suspect a definite date will be set for the ‘Executions’ to carried-out – and there is always a chance that they might be carried-out ‘immediately’ given all the previous delays!
Assistant to the head of Chechnya, Alaudinov, showed a large cache of foreign weapons of the Ukrainian security forces: “Everything that NATO has, we already
One of the defendants’ lawyers, Pavel Kosovan, has already stated that the verdict is planned to be appealed. “The desire of all three defendants is to appeal against this verdict, because they were not ready to hear today’s imposition of capital punishment on them, that is, the death penalty, as it was delivered in a language they could not understand!” the lawyer explained.
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The British citizens Sean Pinner and Aiden Aslin – as well as the Moroccan citizen Saadun Brahim – are filmed admitting their guilt for participating
Recall that British soldiers Sean Pinner and Aidan Aslin, who fought on the side of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, surrendered in Mariupol in mid-April. The Prosecutor General’s Office of the DPR opened a criminal case against them, they face the death penalty.