Police find wolf child in Moscow cluttered apartment
The child could not talk, jewelry grew into her neck.
The Investigative Committee initiated two criminal cases after the discovery of a non-speaking five-year-old girl with a wire growing into her neck. Militiamen were called by the neighbors who heard the child's cry. At the same time, the police ignored the call several times, the press service of the ICR reports.
“When we entered the apartment, we almost fainted from the smell. The police had to wear chemical protection. In all three rooms, there was garbage, which is rotting and smells foul. A five-year-old girl was sitting on the windowsill in the kitchen. In a cap, in a t-shirt, without panties. She was crying,” one of the residents of a house named Denis told Komsomolskaya Pravda.
A girl named Lyuba was taken out of an apartment on the Leningradskoe Highway to the Tushino hospital on March 10, psychologists will check the child. Doctors suspected pediculosis, purulent otitis and anorexia, REN TV reports. “According to the doctors, the girl is in a state of moderate severity, nothing threatens her life and health,” Anna Kuznetsova, the children's ombudswoman, wrote on Facebook. However, she stressed that the reports about the exhausted form of the girl were not confirmed.
The ICR initiated a criminal case of Negligence (part 1 of Article 293 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) in relation to employees of social security agencies and the police, Interfax reports. Also, the department launched a case over attempted murder (part 3 of Article 30, part 2 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation), which Head of the Committee Alexander Bastrykin takes under control, the press service of the department reports.
47-year-old mother Irina Garashchenko was interrogated. According to the woman, she is raising her daughter alone, has an overdue debt for a loan, as well as debt for utility bills, was going to sell an apartment to pay them off and ьove with her child to her friend temporarily.
Neighbor Denis said that Garashchenko owed more than 700 thousand rubles for housing and communal services, and her daughter never left the apartment, where she settled about three years ago. The mother looks neat and works in an energy company.
The investigation intends to go to court demanding the arrest of Garashchenko, and the social security agencies are going to deprive her of parental rights.
By approving the pension reform, Russian lawmakers have admitted the frailty of life. For instance, 62-year-old Viktor Ozerov, Senator from the Khabarovsk Krai, has suddenly got tired and decided to retire. ‘Authoritative’ businessman Aleksander Shishkin is eager to succeed him. A former Senator and member of the Committee for Defense and Security, Shishkin is concerned about his personal safety and immunity.