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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ministry of Internal Affairs, Novgorod case, Kadyrovtsy, OMON, Samashki massacre, Novye Aldi massacre, Mikhail Loris-Melikov, Russian police reform, Grozny OMON fratricide incident, Mikheyev v. Russia, Third Section of His Imp Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ministry of Internal Affairs, Novgorod case, Kadyrovtsy, OMON, Samashki massacre, Novye Aldi massacre, Mikhail Loris-Melikov, Russian police reform, Grozny OMON fratricide incident, Mikheyev v. Russia, Third Section of His Imperial Majesty's Own Chancellery, Prosecutor General of Russia, Operation Amba, Pyotr Durnovo, Voluntary People's Druzhina, SOBR, Police of the Russian Federation, List of Prosecutor Generals of Russia and the Soviet Union, Ingush-Chechen fratricide incident, Prosecution Service of Russia class rate insignia, GAI. Excerpt: The Novgorod Case is the conventional term used in the Russian blogosphere and mass media for the controversial criminal case against Mrs. Antonina Martynova (formerly Fyodorova, nee Stepanova). She is facing charges of attempted murder of her daughter Alisa, then two years and seven months old, based solely on an 11-year-old boy's eyewitness account. Antonina is being prosecuted under Articles 30.3 ("Preparations for a Crime, and Attempted Crimes") and 105.2 ("Murder") of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (CC-RF henceforth; these links and other Code(s) links below are for the English translation(s) of the latest versions of the Code(s), those currently in force in Russia). The case has been the subject of broad-ranging public debate in Russian media, online communities and blogs. The discussion began in April 2007 with a post in the (Russian-language) blog of Antonina's husband (her domestic partner at the time), Mr. Kirill Martynov, aka LiveJournal user Novgorod case at LiveJournal. The term "Novgorod Case" was first used by the Russian news agency REGNUM on April 20, 2007 . The main events of the case are taking place in the City of Veliky Novgorod, Russia. There are three people in Antonina's family. Her husband, Kirill Martynov, is a journalist and a Lecturer i...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ministry of Internal Affairs, Novgorod case, Kadyrovtsy, OMON, Samashki massacre, Novye Aldi massacre, Mikhail Loris-Melikov, Russian police reform, Grozny OMON fratricide incident, Mikheyev v. Russia, Third Section of His Imp Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Ministry of Internal Affairs, Novgorod case, Kadyrovtsy, OMON, Samashki massacre, Novye Aldi massacre, Mikhail Loris-Melikov, Russian police reform, Grozny OMON fratricide incident, Mikheyev v. Russia, Third Section of His Imperial Majesty's Own Chancellery, Prosecutor General of Russia, Operation Amba, Pyotr Durnovo, Voluntary People's Druzhina, SOBR, Police of the Russian Federation, List of Prosecutor Generals of Russia and the Soviet Union, Ingush-Chechen fratricide incident, Prosecution Service of Russia class rate insignia, GAI. Excerpt: The Novgorod Case is the conventional term used in the Russian blogosphere and mass media for the controversial criminal case against Mrs. Antonina Martynova (formerly Fyodorova, nee Stepanova). She is facing charges of attempted murder of her daughter Alisa, then two years and seven months old, based solely on an 11-year-old boy's eyewitness account. Antonina is being prosecuted under Articles 30.3 ("Preparations for a Crime, and Attempted Crimes") and 105.2 ("Murder") of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (CC-RF henceforth; these links and other Code(s) links below are for the English translation(s) of the latest versions of the Code(s), those currently in force in Russia). The case has been the subject of broad-ranging public debate in Russian media, online communities and blogs. The discussion began in April 2007 with a post in the (Russian-language) blog of Antonina's husband (her domestic partner at the time), Mr. Kirill Martynov, aka LiveJournal user Novgorod case at LiveJournal. The term "Novgorod Case" was first used by the Russian news agency REGNUM on April 20, 2007 . The main events of the case are taking place in the City of Veliky Novgorod, Russia. There are three people in Antonina's family. Her husband, Kirill Martynov, is a journalist and a Lecturer i...

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