In Russia, the number of conflicts among military personnel is increasing
Among the personnel of the Russian military, dissatisfaction with commanders is growing. Courts are increasingly handing down verdicts for the shooting of subordinates by their commanders.
This information is reported by the Center for National Resistance.
It is noted that in the Western Military District of the Russian Federation, there is a trend of acts of violence committed by unit commanders against their subordinate personnel.
In particular, in the Kursk region, numerous verdicts of garrison military courts are recorded regarding cases of mass killings of servicemen, where during service, unit commanders shot their subordinates.
It is emphasized that these incidents occurred against the backdrop of mutual animosity or due to military personnel being in a state of alcohol or drug intoxication.
"As a result of the recent incident in early February of this year, the Kursk Garrison Military Court sentenced a senior warrant officer to 14 years in prison for shooting a formation of subordinates while in a state of severe alcohol intoxication," the statement said.