A show at a federal TV channel has discussed today a story of a 35-year-old woman from Krasnoyarsk Territory wanting to become a guardian of her two nephews aged 9 and 3. Their birth mother’s parental rights regarding the elder son were terminated and limited regarding the younger one. Two more of her children died after having a high fever for several days, while their mother was drunk. The story goes on saying that the children were beaten and given alcohol. Furthermore, there are complaints about the work of guardianship authorities which had not reacted before, and now intend to return one of the children to the mother.
A court has recognized the evidence gathered by the Head Office of the Investigative Committee as sufficient to convict former officer of the police crime detection directorate Vadim Shavlokhov. He was found guilty of bribery under Part 6 of Article 290 and abuse of power under Part 1 of Article 286 of the RF Criminal Code.
The Tomsk Region Office of the Investigative Committee has initiated an investigation in unsafe services under Part 1 of Article 238 of the RF Criminal Code after a small boy went into a coma after he had received medical care at Kargasok District Hospital.
The Moscow Directorate of the Investigative Committee has finished investigation in mass riots that happened at Khovanskoye cemetery in Moscow in July 2016. 17 accused people include head of Moscow territorial department of ritual services No 3 Ritual, a state-financed institution, Yuri Chabuyev, former police officer of the Khamovniki District Police Department Nikita Moshenko and organizer of the mass riots Alexander Bocharnikov, participants of the riot Sergei Ulyikhin and Vladimir Kolesnikov. Depending on the role of each one, they are charted with organization of mass riots under Part 1 of Article 212, participation in mass riots under Part 2 of Article 212, infliction of grievous bodily harm entailing death of two people under Part 4 of Article 111 and exceeding authority entailing grievous consequences under part 3, item “c” of Article 286 of the RF Penal Code.
23. In subsection “Internet reception” (section “Citizens’ appeals”) users can formulate electronic messages which are processed by authorized employees of the Department for consideration of citizens’ appeals and documentation in accordance with the Federal law of 02.05.2006 № 59-FZ “On procedure for consideration of appeals from citizens of the Russian Federation” and in accordance with relevant statutory acts of the Russian Investigative Committee.
24. To formulate an electronic appeal the user should:
In the message the user is required to specify their family name, name and patronymic (the last if the user has one), email address, if reply is wanted to be received as an electronic document, and mailing address, if reply is wanted to be received in writing.
25. The user has the right to attach to the appeal sent through Internet reception necessary documents and files in electronic form or sent mentioned documents and files or their copies in writing.
The documents and files attached in electronic form should represent a single file without archiving. The size of attached file is 5 Mb maximum. The following formats are available for attachment: txt, doc, rtf, xls, pps, ppt, pdf, jpg, bmp, png, tif, gif, pcx, mp3, wma, avi, mp4, mkv, wmv, mov, flv.
Appeals with large texts and documents attached should be sent to the Investigative Committee by mail.
26. The date of Internet application is the date of its posting on Internet website, which is fixed automatically at the time of sending the completed electronic form.
27. Electronic documents, sent through the website otherwise passing the Internet reception are not accepted for consideration.