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Investigation Committee at the Russian Prosecutor General's Office: Georgian administration to answer for Russians killed in August war2009-01-13 17:46
The Investigation Committee at the Russian Prosecutor General's Office intends to raise the question on prosecution of Georgian administration officers, guilty of Russian citizens' deaths in the August war in South Ossetia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"In the course of criminal investigation collection of evidence to prove guilt of persons, involved in deaths of Russian citizens in South Ossetia, continues. Later the issue of prosecution of these persons, disregarding their posts, will be raised", said Alexander Bastrykin, the head of the Committee, at today's ceremonial meeting in Moscow, dated to the Day of Prosecutor's Office worker, Interfax informs.
"We have historic precedents", he noticed.
As Bastrykin reminded, right after the outbreak of combat actions of Georgia against South Ossetia "in full accordance with international regulations and criminal and procedural criminal law of Russia the Investigation Committee at the Russian Prosecutor General's Office started work on evidence base collection".
"At the present moment investigation proceeds, facts of war crimes of Georgian army against civilian population are documentally registered and fixed ",he added.
Let us remind that investigative bodies of Russia and South Ossetia instituted and investigate criminal cases on murders of civilians and Russian peacemakers, genocide of South Ossetian people.
Dmitry Medvedev, the President of Russia, personally ordered the Committee's investigators to make a formal report of genocide from Georgian side, and it was made. In the result of investigation the accusation of use of mercenaries may be added.