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WorldAsiaThe prosecutor's office has requested 8 years in prison for the administrators of telegram channels accused of extorting Kandelaki...

The prosecutor’s office has requested 8 years in prison for the administrators of telegram channels accused of extorting Kandelaki and her husband

The prosecutor’s office has requested 8 years in a strict regime colony for three administrators of the Project Scanner and Riddle telegram channels, accused of extorting money from Vasily Brovko, director of special missions at Rostec, and his wife , TV presenter Tina Kandelaki. It is reported Base And REN TV with reference to the press service of the Khamovniki court in Moscow. Brovko himself asked the court not to deprive the defendants of their liberty.

The prosecution also demanded that each defendant be given 1 million rubles. GOOD.

The defendants in the case are Aleksey Slobodenyuk, Yevgeny Moskvin and Vladislav Malushenko. During the trial, Slobodenyuk and Moskvin declined to comment on their attitude towards the prosecution. Malushenko pleaded not guilty.

At the same time, according to Baza, the defendants in the case apologized to Kandelaki and Brovko and compensated them for damages in the amount of 3 million rubles. Brovko promised to send the money received for army uniforms to the military operation zone of Ukraine, writes the Telegram channel.

Slobodenyuk, Moskvin and Malushenko were arrested in August 2022. By data Attorney General’s Office, they published articles about Vasily Brovko and Tina Kandelaki in the Project Scanner and Riddle telegram channels, “negatively covering their work and personal life.” After that, the defendants demanded 470,000 rubles from Brovko through his assistant. for removing defamatory information by threatening to post new messages.

According to the prosecution, Slobodenyuk led the group and assigned roles, Malushchenko researched, published and distributed false information, and Moskvin was supposed to match the name of the channel’s administrators.

Brovko transferred 470,000 rubles to them. then contacted the police. Three defendants were charged with extortion (clause “a”, part 3, article 163 of the Penal Code).

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