Moscow, March 10 – A man who pushed a teenager under a train in the Moscow metro will undergo a comprehensive psychiatric and psychological examination, Yulia Ivanova, senior assistant to the head of the head office of the RF IC in the capital, told the News Agency.
“As part of the investigation of the criminal case, the man will be assigned a comprehensive psychiatric and psychological examination,” she said.
Details of the man who pushed the teenager under a train became known
The incident occurred on Thursday afternoon at Kievskaya station on the Circle line: judging by the video released by the administration, right in front of the approaching train, a man suddenly approaches a teenager standing next to him and pushes him under the train. It was lucky, the 15-year-old boy survived, and his health is now “not in danger,” the prosecutor’s office noted.
A man born in 1961 was immediately mauled by a passenger. At the police, he confesses to his act and states that he does not understand why he did it, because he did not have a falling out with the teenager.
As reported by the prosecutor’s office, a 61-year-old man was charged with attempted murder (Part 3 of Article 30, Part 1 of Article 105 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation).
A law enforcement source told the News Agency that law enforcement officers will check the staff of the Clinical Psychiatric Hospital No. On the. Alekseev due to negligence. According to the interviewer, a man with schizophrenia was discharged from the hospital a few hours before the accident.
Law enforcement officers are going to check the clinic, where the teenage patient pushed on the subway
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