A man who admitted wearing perfume while working in his office was sentenced to five years in prison on Wednesday, after a judge in southern Russia handed down the harshest sentence he had given to a man who allegedly attempted to kill himself in 2016.

The judge sentenced Alexander Kornikov to two years in jail for the attempted suicide, but he was later released on bail.

Kornikovev had pleaded guilty to committing a criminal act with intent to kill.

The court in Moscow said that while Kornickov’s actions could not be described as criminal, he had committed a crime against humanity.

The court said Kornicks attempts to kill his family were motivated by his hatred of the Russian government and his desire to “bring it down”, adding that he planned to “fear for his life”.

He was sentenced for the attack, which took place in August 2016, at the offices of the company Korniev was working for at the time, and in an interview with the prosecutor’s office.KORNIKOV told investigators he had been working at the company since 2012 and had been told that he would have a job for life, the prosecutor said.

The company KORNIKOVA had been employed by was one of the biggest and most important in the country, producing a range of products, including perfume, according to Kornackov.

The lawyer said that during the interview, Kornakov said he had a problem with the company, and had already planned to kill the company’s owner, his wife and their daughter.

Kurtov had been living in Russia for about two years, and according to his wife, KORNISKOV had a plan to kill them.

She had asked him to help her kill her husband and his wife in the office where he worked.

During his trial, Kornev had denied that he was in love with Kornis.

In his trial he told the court that his wife had been an abusive and abusive woman who had beaten him in front of his wife.

The judge also rejected Kornichovs contention that he had not been violent towards his wife at the start of the relationship, saying that his actions were “not a form of violence”.

Kornikaov’s trial had been the second trial of a man with a history of mental illness in Russia, and he was the first defendant in the case to be found guilty.

The prosecution said that Kornikaiv had been diagnosed with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder, and that he also had antisocial personality disorder, borderline personality disorder and a mental illness.

Kornevich, a former policeman, was arrested in 2016 and charged with killing a Russian businessman in Moscow.