The Russian Supreme Court has upheld the sentence of 20 years in a maximum-security prison against Ukrainian filmmaker Oleg Sentsov on multiple terrorism charges.
On November 24, Sentsov declined to testify. Sentsov, a native of Crimea, was arrested in May 2014 on suspicion of planning the fire-bombings of two pro-Russian organizations.
After being convicted on August 25, the 39-year old said that a "trial by occupiers cannot be fair by definition."
The Supreme Court on November 24 upheld...
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