Munich court sentences Serhei Kiselyov, nephew of Russian propagandist, for participating in combat actions in Donbas

22:02, 28 February 2019

The Munich court sentenced the nephew of the Russian propagandist Dmitry Kiselyov Sergei to two years three months in prison. He was found guilty of intending to participate in combat actions in Donbas.

Under the inquiry, in August 2014 Kiselyov underwent combat training in a camp near St. Petersburg. He learned to handle with rifle and gun. The prosecutors asked for ten years of imprisonment for preparing a felony dangerous for the state security and for violation of law on possession of a weapon.

However, according to Russian media, Kiselyov has partially pled guilty. Therefore, the judge restricted the punishment.