Russian Federation: Chechen Republic - Appeal Case: The killing of six civilians near Dai, Chechen Republic
Said Alaskhanov, Abdul-Wakhab Satabaev, Shakhban Bakhaev, Khamzat Tuburov, Zainap Dzhavatkhanova and Dzhamlail Musaev, six civilians from Chechnya died on 11 January 2002 after being shot by members of a special unit of the Russian Military Intelligence (GRU). Captain Eduard Ulman, Lieutenant Alexander Kalaganskii, Sergeant Vladimir Voevodin and the deputy commander of the unit, Major Alexei Perelevskii, are currently on trial for a second time, having been acquitted of the charge of premeditated murder, premeditated destruction of property, and exceeding official authority in April 2004 in a military court in Rostov-on-Don.
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