Gelandewagen case: Prosecutor appealed for rich kids more than 2 years imprisonment
The Prosecutor is of the opinion that the guilt of Ruslan Shamsuarov’s SUV racing participants is fully proven.
The prosecution asked 2 years imprisonment for the participants of the race on Mercedes Gelandewagen, which owner is the son of the Lukoil Vice-President Ruslan Shamsuarov, RAPSI wrote.
The Prosecutor is of the opinion that the rich kids’ guilt on Use of Violence Against a Representative of the Power (Art. 318 of the Criminal Code) and Insult of a Representative of Power (Art. 319 of the Criminal Code) is filly proven. Detainees themselves pleaded not guilty, claiming that the policemen themselves threatened them with weapons. The previous SUV driver, 22-year-old Abduvahob Madjidov, said the chase began after one of the traffic police officers threw the baton into the car. Another participant in the chase unexpectedly claimed that one of the policemen poked a gun at his throat.
The state prosecution asked for Shamsuarov and Majidov 2 years and 1 month in a standard regime penal colony, for Uskov - 2 years and 7 months, as he was previously convicted of cable theft. The Prosecutor noted that the crime was committed on previous concert.
On May 22, 2016 Abduvahob Majidov, Shamsuarov and Uskov, moving on Leninsky Prospekt in a luxury SUV Mercedes-Benz G63 AMG, grossly violated traffic rules and then refused to obey the requirements of traffic police officers. And then they went on the race in the center of Moscow, broadcasting it in Periscope.
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