Blowing up a train Grozny — Moscow terrorist wanted a better life


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Convicted for undermining the 2005 Grozny — Moscow train Vladimir Vlasov, after 13 years in prison seeks easing mode and transfer to colony-settlement. On Wednesday, December 5, reports “Kommersant”.

According to the newspaper, in 2017 Vlasov refused parole, however, the Nizhny Novgorod regional court ruled that the refusal of the convict made with violations. According to the decision, now Varnavinsky district court should again consider the possibility of transfer of Vlasov in a colony-settlement.

Earlier, the convict pleaded guilty to the attack, repented and earned 17 promotions from the leadership of the colony. The sentence Vlasov sentence ends on 30 December 2022.

Train Grozny — Moscow was blown up on 153 kilometer of the Paveletsky direction of the Moscow railway on the stretch between uzunovo-Bogatshevi (Dmitrov district of Moscow oblast), injuring 42 people.

For this crime was condemned Vlasov, who received 18 years in prison, and Michael Klevachev sentenced to 19 years in prison. The charges they were presented including under article about attempt at murder on motive of national hatred.

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