Court refuses to isolate 13-year-old participant of murder of disabled person
The ruling can be appealed by the commission for minors affairs or the prosecutor’s office.
The Berezovsky City Court refused to place the 13-year-old P., who is a witness in the criminal case of murder of disabled Dmitry Rudakov, 20, in a temporary isolation facility. Such a decision has just been announced by Judge Sergey Soloviev, Znak.com learned in the press service of the court.
The court ruling can be appealed by the commission for minors affairs of, which petitioned for the girl’s isolation, or the prosecutor's office.
The court session was held behind the closed doors and lasted for about four hours, after which the judge spent another hour or so in the chambers.
The 13-year-old girl was in the company of teenagers who are accused of having beaten Dmitry Rudakov to death (part 4 of Article 111 CCRF). In the case, she is a witness because she has not reached the age of discretion.
The body of Dmitry Rudakov was found on 10 August nears garages. He died of a head injury. Soon, terrible details of what happened emerged on social networks. According to local residents, five teenagers met Dima on the street and called him to drink beer behind the garages. There, they forced the boy to undress and began to bully him. B., 16, who had already been tried before, even jumped on Rudakov's head, eventually breaking his Adam's apple. The only girl in the company, P., 13, according to investigators, filmed what was happening.
Now, two teenagers are in custody, another two are under house arrest. The investigation of the case continues.
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