The investigation of 19-year-old Matvey Yuferov, who on November 24 drunk urinated on the stand in memory of the guard lieutenant Anatoly Frolov, was completed in a record three days. Five investigators worked on the case even over the weekend. They directly told Yuferov’s lawyer that this was a political case and that “now are the times.” Tatiana Solomina, the defendant’s lawyer, told The Insider about how the detention and investigation proceeded, you can read more about this. here.
Earlier, the parents of Matvey Yuferov did not renew the agreement for the trial stage with lawyer Tatyana Solomina. She recommended the client to apply for a special hearing of the case. In this case, the prosecutor’s office would not have been able to request more than 3 years and 6 months.
Over the past few months, several Russians have become defendants in criminal cases on the rehabilitation of Nazism (Article 354.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation): a homeless man who melted plastic wreaths on an eternal fire to dry his socks, a resident of Kirov who called the remains of Soviet soldiers “rotten meat” and a senseless war, a resident of Vladivostok , who sent an application with a photograph of Hitler to be placed on a par with the veterans on the website of the Immortal Regiment.