The Omsk garrison military court passed a sentence on the mobilized Stanislav Rybin, who threatened the commander with a knife. According to the press service of the court, he was sentenced to six years in prison in a strict regime colony.
According to the investigation, Rybin, dissatisfied with the exactingness of the senior in rank, pushed him in front of witnesses, threw him on the bed, put a hunting knife to his throat and threatened to kill him, demanding "the cessation of his use of power over him and his colleague."
The case against Rybin was initiated under Part 2 of Art. 119 of the Criminal Code (threat of murder against a person in the line of duty) and under Part 3 of Art. 334 of the Criminal Code (violent actions against the chief, committed during the period of mobilization or martial law). This provision appeared in the Criminal Code at the end of September, immediately after the announcement of mobilization in Russia.
The press service reports that Rybin partially admitted his guilt, disagreeing with the qualification of his act as violence against the boss.
According to the case card on the court website, the verdict was handed down on January 12.