In Belarus executed the death sentence against the defendants in the case of black realtors. On Wednesday, November 28, relatives of prisoners reported by human rights activist Andrei Shroud.
Simon is gentle and Igor Gurchenkov was found guilty of six murders and the development of one, and fraud, kidnapping and other crimes. 21 July 2017 Mogilev regional court has sentenced to a Supreme penalty — execution by firing squad, reports Politeka.
A group of black realtors, composed of four people worked on the territory of Mogilev region from 2009 to 2015. According to the materials of the case, the criminals tried to persuade the locals to sell or to exchange housing, and then killing, burying some alive.
The other two members of the group, Tatiana Gershinkova and Boris Kolesnikov, the court sentenced to 24 and 22 years in prison, respectively. It was established that the criminals got about two billion non-denominated rubles (about 3 million Ukrainian hryvnia).
Both sentenced to death appealed to the UN Committee on the rights of the person who requested the Belarusian authorities to take interim measures until the Committee make their decision.
This is the first of two executions in Belarus this year. Belarus is the only European country where death penalty is applied.
See: the Death penalty from sentencing to execution
We will remind, in Odessa on the street lustdorfskaya road was a terrible accident: two cars collided with the ambulance. As reported by “Know.ia” in Kharkov the court convicted the 51-year-old native of the village of Nyzhnii Burluk (Shevchenko district) in the deadly crash. Man faces 4 years jail term, with disqualification to operate a vehicle sredstvami 2 years. Also “Know.ia”, Kiev, Mezhigorskaya street near the metro station “Kontraktova Ploshcha” there was a fire that burned the building of the Ministry of Finance.
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