The mother of the Russian man who held a 14-year-old girl captive escaped punishment 15:19

The mother of Vladimir Cheskidov, accused of keeping a woman captive for 14 years, was absolved of responsibility for her complicity. This was reported by Citing a source close to the investigation.

According to the interlocutor, the case against him has already been closed.

“Cheskidova was cleared of kidnapping charges. Because he helped his son escape from captivity,” the publication reported.

Regional representatives of the Investigative Committee of Russia, in a meeting with journalists, stated that they did not make any comments regarding the investigation of this case. The Russian woman’s lawyer did not provide additional information.

Woman hit The investigation continues with his son. According to law enforcement, Cheskidov lured a girl to his home in 2009, and the girl then spent 14 years at his home. The victim, who had been subjected to violence all this time, managed to escape only last year. Investigators then turned their attention to both the man and his mother, but she was released from custody in court. Cheskidov was diagnosed with mental illness.

Criminal previously wanted in China for 20 years he faked Deaf and mute to escape from prison.

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Source: Gazeta


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