In Moscow, the police searched the doctor’s apartment and did not allow the lawyer

In Moscow, the police searched the doctor’s apartment and did not allow the lawyer

The Moscow police came to search the doctor Nadezhda Buyanova, at the call of the wife of a soldier who died in the war in Ukraine. As the Astra Telegram channel reports, the soldier’s widow allegedly reported the doctor to the police “for mocking” her husband. No evidence of the doctor’s “taunting” of the dead serviceman was found. The doctor told the Astra Telegram channel about this.

Earlier on Friday, the head of the SC Alexander Bastrykin ordered to initiate a criminal case against the 67-year-old Buyanova for “discrediting” the army.

In a conversation with the Telegram channel Mash, the widow said that during the reception, Buyanova allegedly told her 7-year-old son that his father was “a legitimate target for Ukraine, and in general, Russia itself is to blame.” Nadezhda Buyanova told the Astra channel that she did not utter such words.

During the search of Buyanova’s apartment in Khimki, the police did not allow the lawyer Oskar Cherdzhiev there. The apartment is under police protection, the lawyer cannot contact his client.

On Thursday, Nadezhda Buyanova was dismissed from Moscow Polyclinic No. 140 without reason.



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