Court left in custody director and engineer of burnt Moscow printing house
The term of Sergey Moskvin and Anton Yatskov's arrest, accused under the case of a fire, which killed 17 women, is extended until the end of February.
The Ostankino Court in Moscow extended the arrest of director of the capital printing house Pechatny Express Sergey Moskvin and chief engineer Anton Yatskov, who are involved in the case of the fire, which killed 17 women, in the Moscow printing house. The accused will remain in custody until 27 February.
Recall that the fire in the printing house on Altuf'evskoe highway occurred in August 2016. The victims became 17 people - 14 citizens of Kyrgyzstan and three Russians. All victims were young women, most of whom are not over 25 years old.
Two persons involved in the case, the director and the chief engineer of the enterprise, are charged in absentia. Some time, Moskvin and Yatskov had been even federally wanted, but after they were detained.
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