The youngest Khachaturyan sister repents of father's murder
Сhildren's Ombudswoman Anna Kuznetsova stated that after the meeting with the girl.
The youngest sister Maria Khachaturyan, accused of murdering her father, repented of the crime. Сhildren's Ombudswoman Anna Kuznetsova told media after the visit of the Moscow SIZO.
According to Kuznetsova, the meeting lasted more than an hour. "Of course, I face remorse, a rueful feeling, even then, I think, it's obvious," the Ombudswoman said.
She added that they discussed the possibility of an additional medical examination. "Some surveys will be held tomorrow; some will be appointed shortly based on the analysis of the documentation that will be requested," Kuznetsova noted.
Also, the Ombudswoman stated that Maria would resume study from September 1, she had often missed lessons before.
The critical psychological state of the Khachaturyan sisters was previously detected by their lawyers. The defender of Maria, in particular, appealed to Kuznetsova with a request to assist his client.
The body of Mikhail Khachaturyan with multiple stab wounds was found on July 27 in the stairwell of a residential building on Altufevskoe Highway. Three daughters of the deceased, 17, 18 and 19 years, were detained the next day. During the interrogation, the girls admitted guilt and explained that the father had mocked them. The court arrested all three sisters on August 2.
In 2003, the killer and his accomplice shot mob Merab Tabagua and the shot callers Alexey Kryukov and Ivan Zankevich from the Kalashnikov rifle near the Apelsin cafe in the Sovetsky district of Bryansk.