Segezha town court of the Karelia Republic on 8 November 2016, dismissed the petition on the conditional early release (UDO) the former owner of the Perm nightclub “Lame horse” Anatoly Zak, sentenced to 9 years and 10 months in prison by the Leninsky district court in Perm on 30 April 2013.

As reported TASS the representative a press-services of the court Oksana Kondratovich, judicial session on consideration of the petition was visiting and took place on the territory of the penal colony N7 of management of Federal service of execution of punishments on Republic Kareliya (fku IK-7 UFSIN Rossii po RK), where the prisoner Anatoly Zak and the sentence.

The result of a fire in night club “Lame horse”, which occurred on the night of December 5, 2009, killed 156 people, and 404 were recognized as victims. To fire during the party cited the use of fireworks in the room where they were violated fire safety rules and building codes. The result of the trial, was convicted eight persons: the owner of the club Anatoly Zak, co-owner Konstantin mrykhin, Executive Director Svetlana Yefremova, art Director Oleg Fetkulov, the organizers of a fireworks show Igor and Sergey Derbeneva, inspectors Gospozharnadzora on the Perm edge Dmitry Roslyakov and Natalia Prokopyeva. One more accused – the former main state inspector of region on fire inspection Vladimir muhutdinova – court released from liability in connection with the lapse of time, appointing him a ticket.

Currently, the three convicted defendants in the case about a fire in “Lame horse” was released. Employee Gospozhnadzora on the Perm edge Dmitry Roslyakov was released under an Amnesty in honor of the 70th anniversary of the Victory. Also for this Amnesty came pyrotechnist Igor Derbenev. Earlier, left jail by the former inspector Gospozhnadzora Natalia Prokopyeva. She fell under the Amnesty to mark the 20th anniversary of the Constitution, a resolution which was adopted on 18 December 2013.



The court denied the ex-owner “the Lame horse” in parole 08.11.2016

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