Four police officers tried to illegally collect a young man to the military registration and enlistment office (“voenkomat”) from his own apartment, beat his parents and almost throttled his younger brother, said on Tuesday the radio station “Echo of Moscow”.
On Monday at 22:15 the district lieutenant Alexei Sergeev knocked ta the door of the apartment of Zuevykh family in a house on the Filevsky blvd. In the apartment there were five people : a husband, his wife, their two sons and a daughter. Sergeev ordered the eldest son Andrei Zuyev to follow him in “voenkomat”, the policeman did not pay attention to the words of eldest son Zuev about the state of his health (not suitable for serving in army) and documents confirming that fact, which he introduced.
Moreover, leitenant Sergeev called on the assistance of Major Victor Lavreniuka and two police officers whose names are unknown. According to the head of the family, "the policemen were most likely drunk."
Without hesitation one of the policement pushed back the father and the other one rushed to the mother. Seeing all these, the younger son Zuevykh family rushed to the offender, but was hit in the face. One of the policemen switched to the teenager and started strangling him.All beatings were further recorded by medical examination.
Then, using brute physical force, the policemen pulled Andrew from his apartment.
After that, the cops led Andrea into a prison cell of the militia, which is in the same house. Then they made a few calls, after which Lavreniuk said that the address they had was incorrect, in fact, they wanted another young man who had the same last name as Zueva. Then they suggested the young man to go to the voenkomat in the morning by himself and left.
Meanwhile, the father of the "draft evador" had a hypertension stroke that was testimonied by the ambulance service. Traces of strangulation on the neck and bruises on Constantine Zuev were observed next morning by doctors of the Filatovsky hospital. The family is going to lodge a complaint with the
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