A medical examination showed that a Moroccan citizen sentenced to death in the Donetsk Republic suffers from a mental disorder, the TASS agency reports, citing an informed source today, Wednesday.
The same source said that tests revealed psychological disorders in one of the three mercenaries sentenced to death in the Donetsk People’s Republic, Moroccan citizen Ibrahim Saadoun, who was convicted of participating in hostilities as part of the Ukrainian armed formations.
“The psychological disorder, which was revealed during the examinations conducted by Saadun by psychiatric experts, does not qualify as a disease,” the TASS spokesman is quoted as saying, noting that this disorder is “a feature of his personality.”
He added that Saadoun studied at Kiev University and received a technical degree from a Ukrainian university.
On June 9, a court in the Donetsk People’s Republic sentenced Moroccan mercenary Ibrahim Saadoun, as well as British citizens Sean Benner and Aiden Aslin, to death for participating in hostilities as part of Ukrainian armed groups as mercenaries.