The Cheryomushkinsky Court of Moscow arrested three teenagers born in 2004 and 2005, suspected of planning the murder of homeless people near the Kasino railway station. The preventive measure was chosen for a period until July 7, TASS reports.
A criminal case was initiated against teenagers under Part 1 of Art. 30, p.p. “a”, “g”, “l” part 2 of Art. 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (preparation for the murder of two or more persons by a group of persons by prior conspiracy based on hatred or enmity towards any social group). According to its materials, young people who, according to law enforcement agencies, are supporters of the neo-Nazi group “MKU” planned the crime in early May. In preparation for it, they purchased fuels and lubricants and made flammable mixtures themselves.
On the evening of May 7, they went to the place of accumulation of the homeless in the forest belt and Kasino station. There they planned to commit their plan but were detained by the police.
The Chairman of the TFR, Alexander Bastrykin, instructed the head of the capital’s main department to report on the progress of the investigation of the criminal case, and also put it under control in the central office of the TFR.
Earlier it was reported that in Saratov, two teenagers are accused of preparing a massacre at a school. Initially, they gave confessions but then retracted them. Lawyers believe that confessions from the defendants were forced out.