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Thursday, 21 May 2015

Genprokuratura Opened Criminal Case Against LNR Minister of Education

00 L M Lapteva. LNR. Lugansk PR. 21.05.15

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Today, Sergei Gorenko, LNR First Deputy Genprokurator, told a media briefing that the LNR Genprokuratura opened a criminal case against LNR Minister of Education, Science, and Religion L M Lapteva in re illicit, unauthorised, and extralegal use of official stamps and seals. He said, “On 21 May, the Genprokuratura received materials from the LNR MGB. Following this, Genprokuratura investigators opened a criminal case under Article 357 Part 2 of the UK* in re unauthorised usage of stamps and seals of the Ministry of Education, Science, and Religion against Lesya Mikhailovna Lapteva. At present, we’re clarifying the facts of the case, so we’re looking at the Ministry as a whole, as well as investigating Lapteva personally. Our investigation of the Ministry of Education, Science, and Religion will have no impact on the general educational process in LNR educational institutions”.

  • UK: Criminal Code

21 May 2015

LITs Lugansk Information Centre

http://lug-info.com/news/one/genprokuratura-lnr-vozbudila-ugolovnoe-delo-v-otnoshenii-ministra-obrazovaniya-lnr-3379

Editor:

Russian courts do NOT follow Common Law, as do the Anglosphere countries. Rather, they follow universal Continental practise, using Civil Law/Roman Law. Therefore, there are no real “prosecutors” or “defenders” in the Common Law sense. A procurator is a state attorney, but must present evidence favourable to the defendant if it becomes available.

This proves that human frailties exist in the Peoples Republics. That’s why the UK exists… people DO break the law. Let justice take its course.

BMD

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