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.