The Russian Prosecutor General’s Office has appealed a court’s preference to put a owners of Moscow’s Domodedovo Airport Dmitry Kamenschik underneath residence arrest, a Interfax news group reported Saturday.
The statute was also appealed by Kamenschik’s defense. Both appeals will be deliberate by a Moscow City Court along with box materials, Interfax reported.
Kamenschik is indicted of providing services that did not accommodate reserve requirements, ensuing in a militant act in Jan 2011.
According to a investigation, Kamenschik participated in a investiture of a new hearing complement during a airfield entrances that “led to an boost of disadvantage of a airport,” Interfax reported.
As a result, a militant simply entered a depot with an bomb device dark underneath his clothing. 37 people were killed and 172 were bleeding by a explosion, Interfax reported.
Kamenschik faces 5 years of forced labor or adult to 10 years in prison, if convicted.
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