Sentence of woman convicted of treason mitigated in Russia

Sentence of woman convicted of treason mitigated in Russia

The Supreme Court of Russia reduced the sentence of Inga Tutisani, who had been convicted of treason, from 6 to 4 years and 1 month in prison.

The woman has sent a message to Georgia containing information on Russia’s troops movement in August 2008, RAPSI reported.

Tutisani will be released from prison in 9 days, her attorney Ivan Pavlov wrote on his Facebook.

Earlier, three other women, who had received prison terms in similar cases, were pardoned by Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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