17-y.o. grandson of high-ranking politician found dead in Moscow on the eve of exam
The graduate was supposed to write his final Russian paper.
The grandson of a high-ranking Federation Council member has been found dead under the windows of a high-rise building in Moscow. This is reported by MK.
The publication notes that on the day of discovering the body, the 17-year-old graduate of one of Moscow schools had to write his final Russian paper, which is a Unified State Examination eligibility criteria.
For the last 5-6 years, the student suffered from severe headaches, due to which he was transferred to home schooling. Teachers visited him at home. He lived with his mother and his 76-year-old grandfather, an honored politician who left the high post of the Federation Council in 2007.
On the day of the tragedy, the teenager’s mother was at home. She noted that in the morning, her son complained of severe headaches and was afraid that he would not be able to write the essay. In this connection, the woman tried to persuade teachers to transfer the exam, but they refused her.
As a result, the boy had a panic attack, ran out of the apartment at around 8:30 am, climbed the stairs, and fell out of the window.
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