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Participants of the struggle at the Khovansky Cemetery took up to 11.5 years in the colony :: Society :: RBC


The court was sentenced to imprisonment of up to 11.5 years for the participants in the Khovansky cemetery match in 2016. The longest period the participant received in the riots that killed two people in a car

Yuri Tsabev

(Photo: Dmitry Serebryakov / TASS)

The Moscow City Court sentenced 16 participants to a Khovanskiy cemetery for three and a half to one and a half years imprisonment, killing three people and more than 30 injured in May 2016. The decision was taken by three judges at the Khovanskiy Cemetery. the leadership of Andrei Gurov, told RBC at the press service of Moscow City Court.

Former director of the cemetery, the head of the ceremonial department of services 3 of the state enterprise "Ritual" Yury Chabuev received 11 years of imprisonment. Another nine years of the colony was accepted by Alexander Bocharnikov, co-founder of the public health organization Healthy Nation (this structure was reported to the press as a youth wing of the veteran Combat Brotherhood). The longest time – eleven and a half years in prison – was given to Elbek Vaduyev, who is accused of killing two people.

Depending on his role, he and the other defendants were accused of organizing and participating in massive riots (Article 212 of the Penal Code), causing serious personal injury causing the death of two people (Part III of Article 111) (Clause c "of Part 3 of Article 286 of the Penal Code of the Russian Federation).

Initially, an article on the assassination (Article 105 of the Criminal Code) was also involved in the case, but this category of defendants in the case was later removed.

What did the authorities say about the fight

The riots in the Khovansky Cemetery on May 14, 2016 were attended by about 400 people. about 200 people were then questioned in the criminal case. Immediately after the incident, the Ministry of the Interior associated it with the conflict due to the "distribution of cemetery areas," and TFR said the following day as an "economic incentive" to the actions of the participants in the riots.

According to the state prosecutor's office, which the Prosecutor General referred to on Wednesday, the director of the Chabuyev cemetery did not like the fact that in the Khovanskiy Cemetery, "many citizens from the Republic of Tajikistan provide funeral to citizens privately without permission" . Designed Bocharnikov and his assistants – the athletes of sambo in the conflict. They attacked the people of Tajikistan, drove them out and opened fire, which resulted in the death of a person. At the same time, Vaduyev drove a two-person VAZ car – they died.

The conflict occurred due to the redeployment of spheres of influence. Thus, for the right to work in Khovansky's cemetery, workers were paid from 10 to 30% of each order in criminal structures, cemetery officials told the RBC. At the same time, contributions, according to them, were approved by Chabuyev.

What the accused said

The defendants are not guilty, with the exception of two – Vladimir Kolesnikov (partly in agreement) and Sergey Ulihin, who has been able to admit the guilt of waiting for the verdict to be his own. after the announcement of the court decision, was detained in the room. In his last word, Ulchin, even more widely, addressed his accomplices with the words: "Do not judge, boys!" And he reminded the court that he had not been subjected to criminal liability earlier and had no danger to society, he wrote, "Moskovsky Komsomolets."

During the process, the participants in the upheaval from Healthy Nation members insisted they simply kept the class in the cemetery, they were working documents, and if they were not available, they turned to the police. They accused the workers of Tajikistan of allegedly imposing their services on the deceased's relatives and "stealing monuments from their tombs." And on May 14th, during the next "patrol", athletes are reportedly met by an "armed crowd of shovels" of immigrants from Central Asia.

Chabuyev, in his last word, said he buried the "poor and wealthy" artists, prominent politicians, and noted that among his clients "they were prosecutors and judges," MK said: "Today I am standing again the edge of the tomb, which was prepared for me by the investigators and prosecutors, the people who put my life and the children's lives at the altar of altruism. " But Bosnikovic said he had warned the police about the imminent conflict and that the law officers had no complaints about a healthy nation. Go

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