Two men arrested on suspicion of extremism and murder threats against Moscow judge
MOSCOW, November 12 (RAPSI) – Two men have been arrested as part of a case over online calls for extremism and murder threats against a judge of the Moscow City Court, the Investigative Committee’s press service reports.
According to investigators, ex-convict Alexey Veresov, born 1973, is suspected of publicly calling for extremist activity, while another man Sergey Polovets born 1978 is suspected of threats of homicide and bodily injury.
Investigators plan to bring charges against them soon.
Any pressure on judges is inadmissible as well as threats, the Investigative Committee’s statement reads.