One more suspect in threats against judge arrested on run to Italy
MOSCOW, November 13 (RAPSI) – Yevgeny Yerzunov, who had allegedly threatened to kill a judge was arrested in the early hours of November 13, a law enforcement source told RAPSI.
According to the source, Yerzunov, born 1995, was going to flee to Italy from Moscow’s Vnukovo airport.
Earlier, two other men were arrested on suspicion of publicly calling for extremist activity threats of homicide and bodily injury against a judge of the Moscow City Court. One of them, ex-convict Alexey Veresov pleaded guilty to extremism. He was transferred to the Investigative Committee from Russias’ Republic of Udmurtia and questioned.
Investigation is ongoing.