Lithuanian court clears former OMON officers of crimes against humanity charges

Vilnius Regional Court on Thursday cleared former commanders of the Soviet special militia unit OMON, Boleslov Makutynovich and Vladimir Razvodov, of war crimes and crimes against humanity in 1991.
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