Mother of boy abandoned at Losiny Ostrov Park wanted to punish her son for fleecing
According to the arrested woman, her six-year-old child cut off heads of birds and drowned a dog.
The arrested mother of the boy, who had been wandering around the Losiny Ostrov Park in Moscow with a bag over his head for almost a day, called his son possessed and said that she wanted to punish him for fleecing. According to the woman, the six-year-old child cut off heads of birds and tied up a dog using a duct tape and then drowned it, MK writes.
As the woman says, on February 17, she took her son to the church to an exorcism session, but failed to get there. On the way back, the 33-year-old mother decided to lay the groundwork herself. She put a bag over the child’s head and secured it with a duct tape saying “You hurt the little dog, now look what it’s like!”
The arrested mother claims that she was going to remove the bag from the child’s head in a few minutes, but he ran away. The mother allegedly was afraid to turn to the police and began to look for her son herself. However, in the morning, other people stumbled upon him, after which the woman became a suspect of attempted murder. If her testimony is confirmed, then she faces prosecution under Article 156 CCRF (failure to discharge the duties of bringing up a minor).
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