Parents from Udmurtia accuse local policemen of kidnapping
Citizens of a town of Glazov wrote a letter to head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Aleksander Basrtykin.
Parents of a few of school students from Udmurtia’s town of Glazov stated local police had kidnapped their children. The parents told about their theory in a letter to head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Aleksander Basrtykin, reports a local portal Gorod Glazov.
Mother of a teenager told the agency that her 15-year-old son and his school friends were detained during school classes and were taken to a police division. The guy, in the mother’s words, refused to talk to law enforcers and demanded a lawyer or at least presence of parents. But he was refused, the woman states.
While the son was in the division, the mother tried to learn his whereabouts, but she and other parents were denied the information on the whereabouts of their children for several hours. Later, they were told the students were taken back to schools.
The teenagers were detained in the course of investigation of a criminal case against a teacher from their school. They were considered victims, the woman says. The detention was being carried out after children and parents refused from testimonies and did not recognized themselves as victims, as well as did not want to carry out psychological and psychiatric examinations.
“Earlier, we officially refused from this examination, because we do not recognize ourselves as victims in this case. The child refused to answer the questions without me or lawyers, however the examination was carried out. In my son’s words, it was carried out without representatives of a department for minors,” mother of one of the teenagers notes.
MIA’s directorate told Aif v Izhevske that everything was done legally. No other details were specified.