Krasnodar military judge threatens road accident’s eyewitness with deportation from Russia 

Krasnodar military judge threatens road accident’s eyewitness with deportation from Russia
Arsen Krikorov right after the road accident

It is about a heavily-built guy with a beard who detained the judge and talked to him right after the road accident.

Krasnodar military judge Arsen Krikorov who hit an 18-year-old woman has threatened a road accident’s eyewitness with deportation from the country, reports Govorit Moskva radio station with reference to the victim’s mother Marina Zvereva.

“The guy is a refugee from Syria. However, he has his visa. He told him not to come to the visa center after his one is expired. They wouldn’t extend it anyway and deport him from the country,” the woman stated.

It is about a heavily-built guy with a beard who detained the judge and talked to him right after the road accident.

Marina Zvereva reported the judge Krikorov had contacted her in a few weeks after the road accident.

“Now when bloggers got involved, he started doing something. Now, he calls me and offers to stop the case,” she says.

The road accident involving the judge occurred on December 21 at the intersection of Turgenev and Stakhanovskaya streets. Krikorov hit a woman who was crossing the road in the crosswalk with the yellow traffic light on. According to the eyewitnesses, Krikorov attempted to take off, however he was blocked by the eyewitnesses. Police officers who arrived at the scene denied to take measures against the violator.

Zvereva had earlier reported the judge threatened her with “war.” He promised he would make another Shurygina out of her daughter on social networks. Doctors reported the woman would be operated in 3 months.

The judge states the woman’s relatives claim for 3 million rubles ($44.9 thousand) from him. He was surprised about the fact that the scandal erupted a month after the road accident. The victim’s mother says her police report had been denied for a long time. I applied for the military attorney department. They didn’t want to accept it, until I threatened with Moscow. I said I would call Moscow right from their office: there was a number of their hotline. Then, they accepted my report. Then, I applied for the police department, prosecutor's office and panel of judges,” she said.

Krasnodar garrison court stated they would launch a check into Krikorov to determine “whether there was a disciplinary offence in the judge’s actions.”

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