A Russian former police officer who shot dead two people at random in a Moscow supermarket last April has been sentenced to life in jail for murder.
Denis Yevsyukov was convicted of two murders and 22 attempted murders.
CCTV recorded the shooting, in which seven people were wounded. Prosecutors say he was drunk at the time.
Friday's verdict came a day after Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced sweeping measures aimed at reforming the country's police force.
Yevsyukov, a former local police chief, wandered into the supermarket dressed in his uniform and walked around the shop shooting people at random.
Moscow's police chief was sacked the day after the shooting, and several senior officers were suspended.
During the trial a lawyer for Yevsyukov, Tatiana Bushuyeva, suggested defining the shooting as an act of hooliganism
, the news agency Itar-Tass reported.
The defence was that Yevsyukov was not in his right state of mind. He was put under observation but psychiatrists said there was nothing wrong with him.
The alleged crimes committed by Russian police officers last year alone range from murder and rape to drug-pushing and kidnapping, the BBC's Rupert Wingfield-Hayes reports from Moscow.