Court to decide on custody of attempted murderer of lawyer's daughter
MOSCOW, November 2 - RAPSI. A Moscow court will hear on November 3 the investigators' appeal to extend the custody of Parviz Yasinov, who is accused of plotting to kill a high-ranking official's daughter and son-in-law, the court told the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI).
Natalya, the daughter of Russia's plenipotentiary representative in higher courts, Mikhail Barshchevsky, and her husband Kirill Meshcheryakov were shot at while riding in a car in early July in Moscow. No one was injured. Yasinov was detained on August 23.
The investigators' appeal was submitted to the court. It contains the request to extend Yasinov's custody.
The hearing was set for Thursday.