Prosecution demands $4.5k fine for man accused of threats against Moscow judge
MOSCOW, March 5 (RAPSI) – Prosecutors have asked Moscow’s Meshchansky District Court to fine a resident of town of Voronezh Mikhail Kvasov, who stands charged with murder threats to Moscow judge Stanislav Minin, 300,000 rubles ($4,500), according to a RAPSI correspondent.
On Wednesday, Kvasov confirmed his denial of guilt in court.
According to investigators, Kvasov has threatened to murder the judge of Moscow’s Tverskoy District Court Stanislav Minin.
During the pre-trial investigation, the defendant also did not admit guilt saying he had published the incriminating statement in support of rallies and did not imply to threaten the judge.