A law enforcer. Photo by Yelena Sineok, Yuga.ru

16 April 2024, 16:56

KBR woman is seeking punishment of law enforcer for beating her son

The head of the police department has hit his son and then his friend because they skipped school, said the mother of the teenager living in the Zolsky District of the Kabardino-Balkarian Republic (KBR). She complained about the bias of the policeman's colleagues, while the prosecutor's office has overturned the Investigating Committee's refusal to initiate a criminal case.

According to the woman from the Zolsky District, she works at a local school, where her son and the son of one of law enforcers are studying. The guys skipped a lesson, after which they ended up in the school principal's office. The above law enforcer came there, scolded his son and hit him. The son of the school teacher stood up for his friend, after which the law enforcer hit him too, the "Yuga" newspaper has reported in its Telegram channel.

The above woman called the law enforcer, but he began denying that he had hit her son. At the same time, according to her story, the law enforcer stated that her son was poorly reared, and his parents should take his upbringing more seriously.

The teenager's family turned to the police; an examination was conducted, but it gave no results, since there was no trace of the blow left. The woman has complained that after she contacted the police, she was being pressured by colleagues of the law enforcer who had hit her son.

The woman has also noted that she is not trying to get the law enforcer punished, but is trying to get him to admit that he had hit her son. "How can my son live on, if at that age he has already faced injustice and accusations of lying?" she has asked.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on April 16, 2024 at 02:11 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Source: Caucasian Knot

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