The court pardoned the accused in the case of the crash of Tu-134 in Karelia
Moscow. March 7. INTERFAX.RU — prionezhskiy district court convicted the defendants in the case about the crash of Tu-134 in Karelia in 2011, but he pardoned all three defendants, the correspondent of “Interfax” on Tuesday from the courtroom.
“The court applies against Vladimir Shkarupa and Vladimir Pronin and Edward Voytovsky the Amnesty act with release from serving punishment with the removal of a criminal record”, — announced the decision of the judge Natalia Molodtsova.
Earlier, the Prosecutor’s office asked for the Deputy General Director of the airport “Petrozavodsk” — the head of the airport Shkarupa five and a half years, the acting chief of the aeronautical meteorological station of the airport “Petrozavodsk” Pronin five years, the head of Department of radio engineering support of flights and aeronautical telecommunications Rosaviation Voytovsky six years in prison. The Supervisory authority also requested to support all civil claims of the victims.