Son of arrested ex-head of Volgograd ICR fined for disobedience to FSB officers 

Son of arrested ex-head of Volgograd ICR fined for disobedience to FSB officers
Mikhail Muzraev Jr. Photo: Still from the video

It became known that during searches at Mikhail Muzraev's house, his son used swear words against FSB officials and resisted them.

The Dzerzhinsky District Court of Volgograd has fined the son of ex-Head of the ICR in the Volgograd region, Mikhail Muzraev. To recall, General Muzraev is in a pre-trial detention center on charges of an attempted assassination of regional Governor Andrey Bocharov.

It became known that during searches at Mikhail Muzraev's house, his son used swear words against FSB officials and resisted them. To calm him, law enforcers had to put handcuffs on him. 

After the search, he was charged with disobedience to FSB officers (part 4 of Art. 19.3 of the Russian Code of Administrative Offences). Muzraev’s lawyer insists that the search was carried out with violations, and his client was handcuffed unnecessarily. 

“Now they say that he was attacking them, but it wasn’t the case. They did not let him go to the place of the search and forced him to sit in one place,” he said. 

To recall, the ex-head of the ICR in the Volgograd region was put in custody on June 11. He is suspected of an attempted assassination of regional Governor Andrey Bocharov. At the same time, the case was initiated under item ‘a’ part 2 of Art. 205 (Act of Terrorism).

Mikhail Muzraev Jr. has repeatedly found himself in the middle of scandals. For example, in December 2017, a video was posted, showing Muzraev Jr., who then worked as an investigator in Moscow, swearing with the police, who had come to his house; he also called himself a ‘special subject.” Mikhail Muzraev’s other son hit a pedestrian to death in 2016 and was eventually found not guilty.

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