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Investigators in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous district opened a criminal case on the fact of the video, where a teenage girl beats his contemporary, said on Wednesday the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation.
Previously, the Agency Ura.ru published a video in which a teenage girl beats a contemporary sitting on asphalt and not providing any resistance. One of the witnesses of the conflict trying unsuccessfully to calm his friend, and young people who break a fight, not trying to stop the beating, only commenting on what is happening behind the scenes. In the district investigation Department to RIA Novosti reported that the incident occurred in the summer in Khanty-Mansiysk, and on this fact an inspection is carried out.
«So… the investigating authorities brought criminal case on signs of the crime provided by article 117 of the criminal code «Torture»… In a criminal case the complex of investigative actions. Currently established the identity of all members of the incident, they are interrogated by the investigator of IC», — stated in the message.
It is noted that the investigators will establish the severity of the harm caused to the victim, and also will give a legal assessment of the actions of adolescents and the inaction of young people who were filming the event on camera.
The Ministry recalled that a similar incident occurred in the Sverdlovsk region. After publications in mass-media about illegal actions concerning peers by a group of teenage girls were prosecuted for extortion committed with violence.
In both cases, the specified IC, the investigators will study the situation in the families of participants of the conflict, their relationships with close relatives, leisure young people, check the operation of the relevant services responsible for prevention of deviant behavior of teenagers. The experts are also planning to find out the extent of juvenile psychologists and teachers in educational institutions.