A Vilnius court has completed hearing the spying case of high-ranking Russian intelligence officer Nikolai Filipchenko whom prosecutors want found guilty and sent to prison for 10 years and six months. The panel of judges should hand down the ruling on July 7.
Senior state prosecutor Justas Laucius said Vilnius prosecutors wanted Filipchenko to spend the first five years in prison and the remaining term in a penitentiary. The prosecutor believes the Russian citizen should be found guilty on all charges, however, refused to elaborate on the reasons for the sentence, as the...
The article you requested can be accessed only by subscribing to the online version of The Baltic Times. If you are already subscribed to The Baltic Times, please authorize yourself.
In case you don't have a subscription yet - please visit our SUBSCRIPTION