Russian leaders are doing their own thing

Growing unrest among Russian soldiers has been met with tough measures, with commanders reportedly executing their subordinates, with courts increasingly handing down sentences in such cases, the National Resistance Center (NRC) reported. open On February 11th.

Violence by unit commanders against their members It is on the rise in the Western Military District of the Russian Armed Forces.

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The Kursk region, in particular, saw a rise in garrison court martial rulings relating to mass executions of military personnel. Commanders often execute their subordinates under the guise of “official duties.” Fueled by hostility caused by alcohol or drugs.

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In one of the most recent cases in early February, the military court of the Kursk garrison sentenced a senior non-commissioned officer, convicted of shooting subordinates while drunk, to 14 years in a penal colony, the NRC said.

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