Nadezhda Suddenok, who was sentenced to 13 years and 4 months in prison in connection with the fire in the Winter Cherry shopping center, was released from prison due to the deterioration of her health. This information was reported by the press service of the Mariinsky City Court.
“Since the convict’s medical diagnosis is included in the list of diseases that interfere with serving imprisonment, and the convict herself was seriously deteriorating in health, the court, based on the documents provided by the correctional system institution, decided to release her from further serving imprisonment,” they said. court
A request for release from further serving a sentence of imprisonment was sent to the court by the correctional institution where Nadezhda Suddenok was serving her sentence. A representative of the medical and sanitary unit No. 42 of the Federal Penitentiary Service of Russia added that it is impossible to treat the convicted woman at the place of serving her sentence due to the lack of necessary conditions. The court also explained that, in accordance with Part 2 of Article 81 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, a person who falls ill with a serious illness that interferes with serving his sentence may be released from serving his sentence. What kind of disease we are talking about is not specified.
In 2021, the Zavodskoy District Court sentenced Suddenok to 13.5 years in prison, finding her guilty under Articles 238 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (provision of services that do not meet safety requirements and leading to the death of two or more persons) and 219 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (violation of fire safety requirements). safety resulting in the death of two or more persons due to negligence).
A fire in the Kemerovo shopping and entertainment complex “Winter Cherry” occurred on March 25, 2018. As a result of the tragedy, 60 people died, of which 37 were children. This fire ranks second among the largest incidents in the history of modern Russia in terms of the number of victims, second only to the fire in the Perm nightclub “Lame Horse”, where 156 people died.
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