A Russian soldier who pleaded guilty to killing a Ukrainian civilian was sentenced to life in prison on Monday in the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded three months ago, unleashing a brutal conflict that has led to accusations of atrocities, left thousands dead, driven millions from their homes and flattened whole swaths of cities.
Honored to serve: Dentons attorney, veteran celebrated on Indy Honor Flight
In the still morning hours before darkness lifted, 85-year-old Indianapolis attorney Dan Byron was boarding a bus headed for the airport. The Dentons Bingham Greenbaum partner was shuttled along with 86 other veterans to the Indianapolis International Airport at 4 a.m., where they settled onto an American Airlines flight dedicated solely to them. On Sept. […]Read More
A 21-year-old Russian soldier facing the first war crimes trial since Moscow invaded Ukraine pleaded guilty Wednesday to killing an unarmed civilian.