The number of victims in the criminal case about the events on Tverskaya street in Moscow March 26, 2017 during the anti-corruption rally, “we won’t Dimon” has increased to seven people, according to the website “Open Russia” with reference to the decision of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
According to the document, victims are seven police officers and employees of the internal Affairs bodies of the Russian Federation and Regardie Russia, which is yet to be established. The SC ruling says that the group of people resisted the authorities and used violence “against the police Sinegubova N. V. Gorbunova, S. V., Cassava O. M., Belikov A. A., Gavrilova E. A., Polakova V. B., D. E. Avrutin and other unidentified employees of internal Affairs bodies of the Russian Federation and Regardie of Russia”.
The publication of”the Media” notes that in the case of the former the “Bolotnaya prisoner” Sergei Krivov was witness P. Sinegubov. It is mentioned in the cassation complaint of the convicted Krivova.
Currently, the charges brought against four protesters – Alexander Shpakova born in 1977, Stanislav Shimuzu born in 1985, Yuri Kuliyā born in 1989 and Andrew Skew born in 1986, which was detained on the case of hooliganism and violence against police. In particular, 28-year-old actor Koulia a Riot policeman accused that he “grabbed his arm” hurt. The trial of Kulam postponed to 18 may.
In the “Open Russia” believe that, judging by the number of victims in a short time, charges may be brought, and other participants of the campaign on 26 March on Tverskaya.
Until now was only known about two victims, and both were injured in the “Bolotnaya case”.
26 March it became known that to disperse mass protests in Moscow, one police officer received a head injury. Later the representative of the Moscow dome RCDS Julia Ivanova announced the initiation of a criminal case under article 317 of the criminal code of Russian Federation – “the encroachment on life of law enforcement officer”.
According to the UK, one of the protesters, “we won’t Dimon” has dealt a 33-year-old employee of the 2nd operational regiment of police of the Moi of Russia in Moscow a blow to the head. In the result, the police received a traumatic brain injury and was hospitalized “in serious condition”. It was later revealed that this COP, Eugene Gavrilov, was a witness in the “Bolotnaya case” activist Ivan the forgetful, whom the court found guilty of “use of force” by guards during the protests on 6 may 2012.
Another injured during a protest on March 26 in Moscow, the commander of the 1st battalion of the 2nd Superpole police Main Department of MIA in Moscow Valery Golikov, too, was a victim of the “Bolotnaya case” Alexander Shpakova, and in the case of Sergei Udaltsov, Leonid Razvozzhaev, he appeared as a witness.
According to the Moscow authorities, in the capital during a protest against corruption have been detained more than 600 people, according to human rights activists – 1030 persons, including the organizer of the rally, opposition leader Alexei Navalny.