Investigation and court: Power structures:

The Investigative Committee will check the acquittal of the ex-principal of the school in Moscow, who “ordered” the rival

Chairman Investigative Committee of Russia Alexander Bastrykin instructed to study the motives for the acquittal against the ex-principal of a private school in Moscow Vasilisa Maslova, about this reported department press office.

“Bastrykin instructed the main investigative department to study the motives for the acquittal in the central office of the department,” the report says.

According to investigators, the head of one of the private schools in Moscow, Maslova, decided to “punish” her lover’s wife and entrusted this to a former student. A man ambushed a woman on Shvernik Street and beat her. Then Maslova wanted to kill her rival. She “ordered” it to the same student and former student. As the investigators specified, in January 2020, the attacker tracked down the victim, and the man stabbed her several times.

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Passers-by found the victim and called an ambulance. Thanks to the promptness of the doctors, she was saved.

The day before, August 2, the jury justified Vasilisa Maslova and her accomplice. A guilty verdict was issued against the third defendant in the case.

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