A 60-year-old Russian woman opened a criminal case because of a note on the grave of Putin's parents

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A 60-year-old Russian woman was prosecuted because of a note on the grave of Putin's parents

According to media reports, on October 6, a resident of St. Petersburg, Irina Tsybaneva, went to the cemetery where parents of the president of the Russian Federation. A few days later, she was taken to the police station.

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A criminal case has been opened in Russia against a 60-year-old resident of St. Petersburg, Irina Tsybaneva, who allegedly left a note on the grave of Vladimir Putin's parents. This is reported by the Russian opposition publication “Mediazona” with reference to the son of the accused Maxim Tsybanev.

As specified, on October 6, a Petersburger went to the Serafimovskoye cemetery, where the parents of the President of Russia, Maria Ivanovna and Vladimir Spiridonovich Putin, are buried. What exactly was written in the note, Maxim Tsybanev does not know.

“She [Tsybaneva] said that there was a wish to die,” her son commented.

A 60-year-old Russian woman was prosecuted because of a note on the grave of Putin's parents

A 60-year-old Russian woman was prosecuted because of a note on the grave of Putin's parents

On October 10, police officers came to the woman's apartment and took her to the police station. According to her son, she was “shackled” there for a long time, but by evening she was able to call her relatives. The woman warned that her house would be searched. However, the son did not find any traces of police work in the apartment.

On October 11, Tsybaneva was taken to the Primorsky District Court of St. Petersburg. A criminal case was opened against her under the article on desecration of the bodies of the dead and their burial places, committed on the grounds of political, ideological, racial, national or religious hatred or enmity).

The investigation intends to petition for the conclusion of a 60-year-old suspect into custody. However, today the court did not consider the choice of a measure of restraint. The woman's detention was extended by 48 hours.

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