IWPR’s weekly Ukraine Justice Report provides an overview of key events and links to essential reading from Ukrainian and international reports alongside dedicated IWPR reporting and analysis.
Exchanged Russian Sniper Convicted for Striking Civilian
In March 2022, a drunk soldier hit and attempted to shoot a Ukrainian man after spotting a skull-shaped tattoo on his hand.
Tuesday, 4 April ‘23
This week’s overview of key events and links to essential reading.
• Captured Russian Soldier to be Tried for Abusing Civilians
• Russian Guardsman Indicted for Torture in Kherson
• Court Issues First Sentence for the Deportation of Civilians
• Russian Serviceman Indicted for Killing Two in Chernihiv
• Russia’s Head of Air Transport Agency Investigated for Violating Ukraine’s State Borders
• Three Russian Soldiers Suspected of Systematic Rape in Kyiv Region
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