In Voronezh, the Investigative Committee opened a case against the mother of a nine-kilogram child 19:42

In Voronezh, the Investigative Committee took under control the condition of a six-year-old child weighing nine kilograms, who was hospitalized. This is regional control RF IC.

A criminal case was opened against the child’s mother for failure to fulfill her duties in raising a child.

“On behalf of the Chairman of the Investigative Committee of Russia, a report was submitted on the progress of the audit and the established conditions,” the publication said.

Currently, experts are carrying out the necessary investigative measures.

tired child entry At the end of August to one of the Voronezh hospitals, but this became known only now. According to local media reports, the child has a serious protein-energy deficiency. Such results may have been caused by illness or prolonged fasting. The patient himself does not speak and does not react to touch.

Formerly an American family blogger arrested for torturing children.

Source: Gazeta


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