The Primorsky District Court of St. Petersburg released 60-year-old Irina Tsybaneva from house arrest, accused in the case of a note on the grave of Vladimir Putin's parents. Her son Maxim told about this “Mediazona”.
“Take it with you.” A 60-year-old Petersburger was placed under house arrest in the case of a note on the grave of Putin's parents
The preventive measure was replaced with a ban on certain actions. According to the court order, which Mediazona has at its disposal, the woman was forbidden to communicate with witnesses in the criminal case, use the telephone and the Internet, leave St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region, and also visit the Serafimovskoye cemetery.
A criminal case on desecration of a burial place based on ideological enmity (paragraph “b” of part 2 of Article 244 of the Criminal Code) against Tsibaneva was opened in October. The pensioner's son told Mediazona that on October 6 she went to the Serafimovskoye cemetery in St. Petersburg and left a note on the grave of Vladimir Putin's parents. From the materials of the case, its content became known: “Parents of a maniac, take him to your place, there is so much pain and trouble from him, the whole world is praying for his death <nrzb> Death to Putin, you raised a freak and a murderer.”
Tsybaneva did not deny that she had written the note. According to the woman, she did this after “watching the news, I realized that everything is very scary, everything is very sad, there are a lot of dead.”