The case of Russian serviceman Alan Boriev, accused of high treason, will be considered in the Southern District Military Court. This was reported to law enforcement agencies, TASS reports.
According to the information provided, Alan Boriev, born in 1998, is accused of committing a crime under Article 275 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, which relates to high treason. For this crime he faces up to life imprisonment.
The details of this serious crime committed by a military serviceman have not been disclosed at this time. The case will be considered behind closed doors, without access to the media and the public, as it includes materials with “secret” status.
It should be noted that in early October, the Southern District Military Court in Rostov-on-Don sentenced a Crimean citizen accused of attempted high treason. During the trial, the defendant expressed remorse for his actions. As a result, he was sentenced to eight years in prison.
Earlier, a Moscow court decided to arrest 62-year-old Konstantin Seleznev for two months. This step was taken after accusations of disseminating deliberately false information about the activities of the Russian Armed Forces. The pensioner faces a penalty of up to ten years in prison. More about this read the material Public News Service.
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