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After blocking the sewers telephone hospital prosecuted

После блокировки коллекторами телефонной связи в детской больнице возбуждено дело

In Stavropol in fact lock collectors telephone connection at the local children’s hospital has initiated a criminal case under part 1 of article 330 of the criminal code (“Arbitrariness”). On Saturday, March 5, according to the Central Board of the Investigative Committee of Russia (TFR) by region.

“Now for the prompt investigation of the criminal case created investigative team, in order to conduct full and comprehensive investigation into the body of inquiry sent to the Commission on the establishment of eyewitnesses of a crime and the persons involved in its Commission”, — stated in the message.

March 4 in the hospital said that the collectors on the day they left children’s hospital without a telephone connection. According to representatives of the hospital Svetlana Egorova, collectors set to auto dialer all rooms of the hospital, and after that it was impossible to reach no to the admissions Department or to other departments. The management of the medical institution written statement to the police, prosecutors and service provider. A few hours later the telephone line was restored.

At the end of January in the Russian society has developed an active discussion on the topic of the collectors. She appeared once in Ulyanovsk 44-year-old man, engaged in debt collection, threw a Molotov cocktail into the window of a private house. As the result of burns received a two-year-old and 56-year-old man. The suspect was arrested and charged with attempted murder. After the incident, the prohibition of the activities of collectors before the adoption of the law regulating their work, supported by a number of politicians and bureaucrats, including Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko.

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