Defendant in Moscow judge threat case pleads guilty to extremism
MOSCOW, November 13 (RAPSI) – Alexey Veresov, one of the defendants in a case over murder threats against a judge of the Moscow City Court, has pleaded guilty to extremism, according to the Investigative Committee’s press service.
Veresov has been transferred to the Investigative Committee from Russias’Republic of Udmurtia for questioning.
Ex-convict Veresov, born 1973, was earlier arrested on suspicion of publicly calling for extremist activity, while another man Sergey Polovets, born 1978, was apprehended on allegations of threats of homicide and bodily injury.
Charges have been already brought against them. Investigation is ongoing.