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Interprète:

Zippy Kid

Titre:

The Court of Donetsk, Russia Found Nadezhda Savchenko Guilty of Illegally Crossing Russian Border and the Murder of Two Russian Journalists

Genre:

Electronique

Taille de l'album MP3:

1500 mb

Label:

Irma Alieva's label

Classement:

4.9

Style:

Abstract, IDM

Pays:

Russia

Date de publication:

23 Mar 2016

Téléchargement le album Zippy Kid - The Court of Donetsk, Russia Found Nadezhda Savchenko Guilty of Illegally Crossing Russian Border and the Murder of Two Russian Journalists

Tracklist

1The Court of Donetsk, Russia Found Nadezhda Savchenko Guilty of Illegally Crossing Russian Border and the Murder of Two Russian Journalists2:14
2She's My Meldonium4:01

Crédits

  • CoverRuslan Troknyuk
  • Written By – Ruslan Troknyuk

Remarques

℗ 2016 mARS label

Album

Nadezhda Savchenko, a Ukrainian Air Force officer detained in Russia in 2014, is guilty of murdering two Russian journalists near Lugansk, eastern Ukraine, and of illegally crossing the Russian border, a court in the southern Russian town of Donetsk ruled. The court is due to read its verdict over two days on Monday and Tuesday. Savchenko committed murder in collusion with a group of persons motivated by hatred and enmity, the judge's ruling said. Savchenko committed crimes motivated by hatred towards the Russian-speaking population, the court stated. Zippy Kid: все альбомы, включая I Wanna Be Your Dog , All About That Bass , She's a Little B ch with Jaroslav IKARUS,Nekij Yurii и другие. Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko was sentenced to 22 years in prison after being found guilty of murdering. The court also ordered Savchenko to pay a 400 450 fine for illegally crossing the Russian border. During the verdict, Savchenko, who denies the charges against her, Savchenko was convicted by a Russian court on Tuesday, but upon hearing the verdict, she interrupted the judge and began singing the Ukrainian national anthem loudly. The judge was forced to call a break before sentencing the. A Ukrainian pilot began singing when she was found guilty of complicity to murder in the deaths of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine. Nadezhda Savchenko was convicted by a Russian court on Tuesday, but upon hearing the verdict, she interrupted the judge and began singing the Ukrainian national anthem loudly. The judge was forced to call a break before sentencing the 34-year-old to 22 years in prison. She was subsequently charged and convicted of murder and illegally crossing Russian state border despite being abducted from Ukrainian territory one hour before the deaths of the journalists. One of her lawyers, Mark Feygin, said she was a prisoner-of-war and called on the International Committee of the Red Cross and. the United Nations to demand her immediate release and that of the other Ukrainian POWs lest Russia be held in violation of the Geneva Conventions. European Union ministers and their representative regarded her detention as illegal and that her trial d. A Russian court has found the Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko complicit in the killing of two journalists, as a controversial trial in the south of the country draws to a close. On Monday, one of the panel of three judges began the lengthy process of reading the verdict in the case, which has caused an international outcry. Despite Russian agencies widely reporting that the court had found Savchenko guilty, her lawyers said that during the first part of the verdict the judge was merely summarising the prosecution arguments. Nevertheless, few have any doubt that the pilot will be found guilty, with the first part of the verdict appearing to extinguish any hope of the contrary. Nadezhda Savchenko, 34, was found guilty of ordering the shelling that killed two Russian journalists and several civilians in Luhansk, eastern Ukraine, in June 2014. Female Ukrainian pilot found guilty of killing two Russian journalists despite calls for her release from both EU and President Obama. Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko found guilty of complicity to murder. Alleged to have ordered shelling that killed two Russian journalists. The 34-year-old Iraq war veteran has been called a 'Joan of Arc of Ukraine'. Judge held that Savchenko conspired to commit the murder on grounds of hatred and animosity. She also illegally crossed the border into Russia before the date of June 23, 2014, according to the judgment. The court found out that Savchenko committed crimes out of hatred for the Russian-speaking people with her guilt confirmed during the trial by the testimony of several witnesses. A motive for the crimes committed by the accused was hatred for animosity against the social group of Lugansk region citizens and Russian-speaking people in general, the court judgment reads. Savchenko claims she is. A Russian court on Monday found Ukrainian pilot Nadezhda Savchenko guilty of complicity to murder two Russian journalists in war-torn eastern Ukraine, the AP reports. The judge who began reading the. Crime News Summaries. Russia Court: Ukrainian Pilot Guilty in Journos' Murder. Judge says Nadezhda Savchenko was driven by 'political hatred'. Posted Mar 21, 2016 7:02 AM CDT. In this March 9, 2016, file photo, Ukrainian military officer Nadezhda Savchenko is shown as she sits in a glass cage during a trial in the town of Donetsk, Russia. View 1 more image

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