Prosecutor in case of Khovansky cemetery brawl finds threatening note on her father’s grave
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Prosecutor Svetlana Tarasova, who represented the position of the state prosecution, including in the case of a mass brawl at the Khovansky cemetery, is getting threats.
The prosecutor’s mother found a note on the grave of her husband, Svetlana's father, at the Vostryakovskoye cemetery. According to the elderly woman, she came to visit the grave of her late spouse on his birthday. Sweeping snow from the grave, the pensioner found a plastic bottle pierced with a knife. The bottle contained a threatening note. The prosecutor’s mother had previously found a similar message in the mailbox at her daughter's place of registration, AGN Moskva reports.
As previously reported by The CrimeRussia, three people were killed and more than 30 were injured in the mass brawl at the Khovansky cemetery. In total, there were 14 defendants in the case. They were sentenced to terms from 3.4 to 11.5 years’ colony.
It should be added that Tarasova had also acted as the federal prosecutor in the case of ex-Governor of the Kirov region, Nikita Belykh. He was sentenced to 8 years’ rigorous imprisonment.