In Ukraine’s War Crimes Trial, Russian Soldier Asks For “Forgiveness”

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Russia-Ukraine War: 21-year-old Russian sergeant Vadim Shishimarin said, “I know that you will not be able to forgive me, but nevertheless I ask you for forgiveness.”

In Ukraine's War Crimes Trial, Russian Soldier Asks For 'Forgiveness'

The accused is charged with war crimes and premeditated murder in the Ukraine War.

Kyiv:

The first Russian soldier on trial for war crimes in Ukraine asked for “forgiveness” in a Kyiv court Thursday as he gave a detailed account on how he killed a civilian early during Moscow’s invasion.

“I know that you will not be able to forgive me, but nevertheless I ask you for forgiveness,” 21-year-old Russian sergeant Vadim Shishimarin said in court, addressing the wife of a 62-year-old civilian whom he admitted killing in the first days of the invasion.

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