• Teen sent to prison for beating foster parents and grandparents

  • The city is full of Stavropol territory 16-the summer teenager have been jailed for the systematic abuse of foster parents and 65-year-old grandmother. On Thursday, November 3, reports regional Department of the Investigative Committee.

    The investigation revealed that from March 2015 to January 2016 the young man, demanding money, beat adoptive relatives, two of whom are invalids of the first group. He was found guilty of a crime under article 117 of the criminal code ("Torture"). "The verdict of minors sentenced to 1 years 6 months and 10 days of imprisonment in an educational colony", — reported in management.

    In may 2016 a native of Russia, adopted in 1988, the Italian couple, detained for murder of adoptive parents. It is reported that the young man was born in Leningrad and was taken into the family with his brother.

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