“Twenty-four years and six month in a high-security prison,” the spokeswoman told Sputnik.
On October 25, 2019, Shamsutdinov, who was serving his mandatory military term in Russia’s Zabaikalksy region, opened fire on his fellow servicemen, killing eight of them and heavily wounding two others. The conscript pleaded guilty and claimed he could no longer tolerate abuse at the military base. He could face life imprisonment, but the jury found Shamsutdinov guilty yet deserving leniency. (UNI)