One of Khachaturyan sisters deemed mentally unfit
She must be sent for compulsory treatment to a specialized medical institution.
One of the Khachaturyan sisters, who had stabbed their father to death on Altufyevskoe Higway in Moscow, has been deemed mentally unfit. Pavel Pyatnitsky, a member of the Public Monitoring Commission, told TASS. He said that such a decision was announced after the examination. It is likely that the girl could not control her actions at the time of the crime. Thus, she must be sent for compulsory treatment to a specialized medical institution. According to Pyatnitsky, the defendant has been already transferred to the pre-trial detention center No. 2 (SIZO-2) hospital. There she will wait for the court verdict.
To recall, July 29, Moscow police officers detained three sisters for murdering their father. During the interrogation, the girls pleaded guilty and reported that they had developed hostile relations with their father because of the long moral suffering caused to them.
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