In the Altai Territory, the Barnaul Garrison Military Court issued a verdict in a criminal case of an extremist crime. Two servicemen of the notorious military unit N41659 in Aleisk - rank and file of Taiga Bakhmudov and Zhargal Dondupov - were found guilty of mocking colleagues on national grounds.
Defendants were judged by the h. 1 Art. 282 (incitement to hatred or enmity, as well as the humiliation of human dignity) and in accordance with Art. HNUMX Art. 2 (violation of the statutory rules of relations between military personnel), according to the website of the Main Military Investigation Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation. In addition, Bahmudov was convicted of extortion.
As a result, the court appointed Taiga Bahmudov a punishment in the form of 2 6 years of years with serving in a penal colony. Jargal Dondupov was sentenced to 1 and 6 months of imprisonment with a probation of one and a half years.
"Showed gestures symbolizing superiority and the suppression of the will"
According to the newspaper Kommersant, scandalous events occurred in the motorized rifle unit stationed in the city of Aleisk, Altai Territory. It was in this part of the summer of 2009, the 44 soldier, drafted from Dagestan, wall to wall came together with his fellow soldiers from other regions of Russia. In September, 2011, in part, another state of emergency happened - recruit Nikolai Morozov was beaten up by senior servicemen, and then dropped out of the window of the fourth floor of the barracks.
The incident involving Bakhmudov and Dondupov, according to the investigation, occurred on July 26 2012 of the year after the release. Then the servicemen "under threat of violence forced five of their colleagues of Slavic nationality to form one rank with their bare torso back to them," the SC said. Then, with the help of shaving foam, the attackers put letters on the backs of the soldiers, forming the words "Dag 05" and "Buryat" and were photographed against their background.
"During the shooting, they each time showed gestures symbolizing superiority and suppression of the will," the report says. Later Bahmudov posted photos on his page on the social network "Odnoklassniki.ru", accompanying them with the phrase "Hazing is and will be ...".
The victims did not report the facts of bullying to the law enforcement agencies. About what happened in the motorized rifle unit it became known only in November last year, when the pictures taken in the barracks caught the eye of military prosecutors.
It was also established that in January, 2013, Bahmudov, under the threat of beating, presented his colleague with “illegal demands for the transfer of funds in the amount of 1 thousand rubles”. As the assistant to the chairman of the military court, Konstantin Habarin, told Kommersant, at the trial, Bakhmudov and Dondupov admitted their guilt.
"Foamy" inscriptions are popular among "grandfathers"
Crime like the one committed in the Altai Territory is quite common in the Russian army. So, in December last year, the Volgograd garrison military court sentenced a Chechen serviceman, Shamil Belonos, accused of hazing and mocking Russian colleagues, to 2,5 years with serving in a penal colony. According to the investigation, a Chechen, while serving at the general military range of the Southern Military District, repeatedly beat and humiliated recruits. At the end of 2011, around midnight, he woke his colleagues, wrote shaving foam on their backs "Chechnya-95" and "Armenia" and took a picture on the camera of his phone.
In August last year in the Sverdlovsk region, two conscript servicemen from the Caucasian republics, Teimur Mamedov and Elbrus Musayev woke up their company at night, knocked out 16 servicemen, and then wrote the word Dagestan, Azerbaijan on their backs , "Gianza", QUBA. This was done, according to the UK, "to emphasize the weakness and submissiveness of his colleagues to the natives of the Caucasus." Bullying "grandfathers" also removed on mobile phones.