In Khabarovsk, a man suspected 729 abuse of foster children

© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis in photosangelina insulator. Archival photoIn Khabarovsk, a man suspected 729 abuse of foster children© RIA Novosti / Alexei Filippoupolitis the image Bank

In the Khabarovsk territory head of the family, which was raised three biological and nine adopted children, suspected of more than 700 abuse of a ward girls.

About the incident on Friday morning has told the senior assistant to the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia Igor Commissioners in the Federation Council during a roundtable on the problems of foster families.

«The suspect 729 committing crimes against five ward girls,» said the Commissioners.

According to the investigation, crimes were committed from September 2012 to February 2017. Against men opened a criminal case, he was arrested. The investigation also filed a case of negligence of the guardianship.

The commissioners said that all in the family was raised three biological and nine adopted children. «(The suspect), their three children and guardian of six children. Under the tutelage of the wife were three children,» he explained.

Deputy Minister of education – head of custody and guardianship of the Khabarovsk territory Tatyana Zhigareva has confirmed RIA Novosti that the family was large, and that in addition to tutored the girls in it were educated and their children.

«Currently, children removed from the foster home and placed in an orphanage. All necessary measures are taken with children the psychologist works. With the details of this situation investigation», — said Zhigarev.

According to Komissarov, the father of the family received monthly from the state for 20.6 thousand rubles for each ward of the child.

«According to reports, they lived in the same apartment, and the orphan money he rented another apartment where these girls were raped,» said the Commissioners.

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