Volunteer Roman Sinitsyn wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"A soldier of Sniper Company of the 93rd Brigade Oleksandr Mamalui was discharged and proceeded to serve as a judge of the Commercial Court of the Kharkiv region, where he worked before the war," the volunteer wrote and published Judge Mamalui's answer to a letter from the Sevastopol accomplice of the occupants Alexei Pogrebnyak, who called himself 'judge'.
In his letter, Pogrebnyak requested to serve the notice of claim to a Ukrainian company, lodged against it in Russian-occupied Sevastopol.
In his reply, Judge Mamalui made it clear, though in emotional manner, that Ukrainian courts recognized no 'courts' and 'judges' aiding and abetting occupiers, and would definitely not grant their petitions.
"If anyone doubts that Crimea will receive the answer sent via ordinary mail, I inform you that its photocopy has already been sent to Sevastopol by e-mail," Mamalui said.
"Many people wondered how the traitor's letter from occupied Crimea reached us. It was just mailed... The official answer was also sent by mail, a photocopy of an official response - by e-mail. If the letter is not delivered by ordinary mail, if it returns, we will find other way for it to be delivered," Judge Mamalui added.
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