Three terrorist mercs working for NATO plead guilty to some of the crimes they committed.
Aslin, Pinner, and Saadoun pled guilty under Article 232 of the Donetsk Criminal Code, for “undergoing training for the purpose of carrying out terrorist activities.” Pinner also admitted to the Article 323 charge, “act of seizing power by force.”
All three said they were not guilty of being mercenaries in an armed conflict (Article 430) or participating in a conspiracy (Article 34). Proceedings against them at the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) began on Monday.
This process is moving rather quickly. More to come.
Also, Russian auto production resumes, despite (or thanks to) NATO’s idiotic (pro-Russian) sanctions against Russia.