"Why did you come to my country to kill? 20 thousand people died because of you!" - displaced woman from Donetsk to Russian GRU officers Yerofeyev and Aleksandrov. VIDEO

A conflict occurred in the court before today's hearing on the case of Russian soldiers Yevgeny Yerofeyev and Alexander Aleksandrov.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Hromadske Radio, a displaced woman from Donetsk, lawyer Tetiana Matiash came to the court room before the trial and started to shout at Yerofeyev and Aleksandrov: "Why did you come to my country to kill? 20 thousand people died because of you! It was you who came on Grads and Buks!"
The woman told that she was now living in Kyiv, while her relatives remained on occupied territories: "I came to look the killers in the eyes!"

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Yerofeyev and Aleksandrov did not respond. Lawyer Sokolovska was trying to calm the woman down. Right before the hearing started, Matiash left the court room.

As reported by correspondent Iryna Romaliiska, today the debates started in the court. Prosecutors are the first to speak.

Prosecutor Nimchenko read the position of the prosecution: "These are Russian soldiers. According to laws of Russian propaganda, they are elite Spetznaz troops," the prosecutor states.

It is expected that the debates will end today, and the criminal defendants will have their last plea.

Источник: https://censor.net.ua/en/v384523