Investigation Committee will check information on beating of blogger by official form Sergiyev Posad
The parliamentarian, allegedly, flew into a rage after the ‘inconvenient’ question asked him.
Directorate of the Investigative Committee of Russia across the Moscow region began check after appearance in media a number of information on inflicting an injury on blogger Andrey Trofimov by deputy from Sergiyev Posad Vladimir Koroshchenko, reports the Agency of city news Moscow.
According to preliminary data, the deputy aggressively reacted to the blogger's question of sale of the land plots at Troitse-Sergiyevsky monastery. It is marked that by results of check the proceeding decision will be made.
As Trofimov specified, the deputy tried to take away from him the camera, at the same time, he damaged a mount and scratched the face to the victim. Traumatized the blogger recorded in a first-aid post and submitted application to police.
In his turn, Koroshchenko assures that no conflict existed. According to him, the blogger approached to him when he was going to his workplace and began to stick into his face a mount with the camera. As a result the deputy submitted the counter claim concerning Trofimov.
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