Protection of British mercenaries to appeal the death sentence against him in Donetsk

An official representative of the Supreme Court of the Donetsk People’s Republic said that the court had received an application to appeal the verdict against one of the three mercenaries sentenced to death in the republic, British Aselin Aydin.

This was reported by the Russian news agency Sputnik, where an official representative of the Supreme Court said that the Appeals Chamber of the Supreme Court received a petition from the defense of the third convict, Aselin Aydin, to appeal the death sentence. against him.

In a statement, Eslyn’s family expressed their hope that the decision would be reversed, calling on the British and Ukrainian authorities to “do everything in their power to ensure that Eslyn returns safe and sound as soon as possible.”

The Court also received a Motion of Appeal submitted by Moroccan defense counsel Saadoun Ibrahim, as the court’s statement stated: “On July 1, an appeal was filed with the court against the sentence of Moroccan Saadoun Ibrahim, who was convicted in the Supreme Court.”

The accused’s father, Saadoun Ibrahim, sent a letter to President Vladimir Putin urging him to intervene to save his son.

Source: Sputnik

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