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Seven Russian servicemen were accused of large-scale looting; the case will be heard by the Rostov court

The trial of seven Russian servicemen accused of looting begins in Rostov-on-Don. Mediazona found the corresponding case files on the website of the Rostov-on-Don garrison military court.

One of the cases came to court on June 3, 2024, and on June 13 a preliminary hearing was held at which the accused were extended the preventive measure. The press service of the court did not specify what kind of preventive measure was imposed on the military, nor did they disclose the details of the case.

The accused include Vladimir Azarenko, Maxim Aliev, Daniil Vederchik, Evgeniy Veining, Sergei Leonov and Vadim Khrenov. The military personnel are charged with looting committed by a group of persons on an especially large scale (points “a”, “b” of Part 4 of Article 356.1 of the Criminal Code). This article provides for a punishment of 8 to 15 years in prison.

Judging by information from leaked databases, one of the servicemen, Evgeniy Veining, recently turned 21 years old. His relatives and friends ignored phone calls and messages from the Mediazona correspondent. The relatives of Daniil Vederchik and Vadim Khrenov did not answer calls either. This is the second known case related to charges of looting against Russian military personnel.

In addition, at the end of May 2024, the Rostov-on-Don garrison court received the case of another Russian military man, Anton Murin, accused of the same The article itself is looting committed by a group of persons on an especially large scale. Whether the two cases are related is unknown; if Murin entered into an agreement with the investigation, the case could be separated into separate proceedings.

The first Russian military man accused under this article was Ruslan Kachlavov. As Mediazona found out, the last name, first name and patronymic of the military man coincide with the name of a lieutenant colonel from Vladikavkaz, whom Vladimir Putin awarded the Zhukov medal in February 2023.

In the fall of 2023, Kachlavov’s case was submitted to the Rostov-on-Don garrison military court, but later the process was transferred to the self-proclaimed DPR.

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