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In Zheleznogorsk convicted black diggers

For the storage of gunpowder extracted from bullets dug during the war, citizens on probation: one year and a half, another a year and three months

The verdict in the case of illegal acquisition and possession of explosives Vasily Valley, the President of the court of Zheleznogorsk . issued on October 23. When this is taken into account that the defendants fully admitted his guilt and actively contributed to the investigation of the crime committed.

But the crime looked like. In autumn 2012 two citizens went to the place of hostilities of the great Patriotic war (Dmitrov district, Oryol oblast) to conduct excavations. In the forest at a single locality dug up from the ground many rifle cartridges. Then brought them in Zheleznogorsk, in the basement of a multistory apartment building learned gunpowder (almost two pounds) and poured in a glass jar. May 30, 2013 law enforcement officers that seized the gunpowder.

In addition, one of the defendants in carrying out excavations found a grenade, brought it to work. Extracted explosive substance (49.2 grams of TNT) and kept it in his locker changing.

While a court-appointed probation – a year and a half and a year and three months – the defendants have no right to change a constant residence, are obliged once in metatables for registration. The sentence may be appealed. Continue reading

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