Moscow resident arrested for setting doorwoman on fire
The woman refused to let the perpetrator to his girlfriend.
The Zyuzinsky District Court of Moscow took Roman Kulik, 38, who set an office space with a 57-year-old doorwoman inside on fire, into custody until January 17, 2019. The man, whom the victim refused to enter to his girlfriend, was drunk, and the reason for his actions was difficult to find, the TV channel 360 reports
The incident occurred on the night of November 17, 2018 at the entrance of a house on the Marshal Savitsky Street. Before the fire was kindled, the defendant blocked the exit from the room; the concierge still managed to escape, but received first-degree burns.
Every big Russian city has ‘untouchable' people who are beyond the reach of the law enforcement authorities – generals, judges, mayors, etc. Despite overwhelming evidence sufficient to prosecute them, such persons cannot be busted without authorization from the federal center. There is also another type of corrupt officials: their deeds are well-known – but these people are so generous, hospitable, and understanding that no one is willing to arrest them.