پولینڈ: یوکرینی گندم کی درآمد پر کسانوں کا احتجاج، سرحد بند کر دیخود کشی کے لیے آن لائن سہولت، بین الاقوامی نیٹ ورک ملوث، صرف برطانیہ میں 130 افراد کی موت، چشم کشا انکشافاتپوپ فرانسس کی یک صنف سماج کے نظریہ پر سخت تنقید، دور جدید کا بدترین نظریہ قرار دے دیاصدر ایردوعان کا اقوام متحدہ جنرل اسمبلی میں رنگ برنگے بینروں پر اعتراض، ہم جنس پرستی سے مشابہہ قرار دے دیا، معاملہ سیکرٹری جنرل کے سامنے اٹھانے کا عندیامغرب روس کو شکست دینے کے خبط میں مبتلا ہے، یہ ان کے خود کے لیے بھی خطرناک ہے: جنرل اسمبلی اجلاس میں سرگئی لاوروو کا خطاباروناچل پردیش: 3 کھلاڑی چین اور ہندوستان کے مابین متنازعہ علاقے کی سیاست کا نشانہ بن گئے، ایشیائی کھیلوں کے مقابلے میں شامل نہ ہو سکےایشیا میں امن و استحکام کے لیے چین کا ایک اور بڑا قدم: شام کے ساتھ تذویراتی تعلقات کا اعلانامریکی تاریخ کی سب سے بڑی خفیہ و حساس دستاویزات کی چوری: انوکھے طریقے پر ادارے سر پکڑ کر بیٹھ گئےیورپی کمیشن صدر نے دوسری جنگ عظیم میں جاپان پر جوہری حملے کا ذمہ دار روس کو قرار دے دیااگر خطے میں کوئی بھی ملک جوہری قوت بنتا ہے تو سعودیہ بھی مجبور ہو گا کہ جوہری ہتھیار حاصل کرے: محمد بن سلمان

Murder charges dropped against 3 Moscow sisters who killed abusive father

Murder charges dropped against 3 Moscow sisters who killed abusive father

In a case which has shocked Russians, three Khachaturian sisters admitted to killing their father after he subjected them to mental, sexual, and physical abuse spanning years.

They faced charges of premeditated murder, but now their lawyer says the Russian Prosecutor General’s office has ordered investigators to drop that arraignment, and instead reclassify the killing as lawful self-defense.

Lawyer Aleksey Parshin told TASS news agency that officials have declined to support the Investigative Committee’s case against the sisters. Parshin said that the Khachaturians responded to their father’s “unlawful attacks, which created a real danger to their life and health,” and that the prosecutor general regarded their actions as “within the legal limits of necessary self-defense, which brings the criminal prosecution to an end.”

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On July 27, 2018, the body of Mikhail Khachaturian was found with multiple stab wounds in a house on Altufevskoye Shosse in Moscow. Khachaturian’s three teenage daughters – Krestina, Angelina, and Maria – were arrested on suspicion of their father’s murder.

The case against the Khachaturian sisters entered the public consciousness in June 2019, when the sisters’ defense lawyers said they killed their father after years of physical and sexual abuse. These revelations caused mass public outcry over the case, leading to public protests in many large cities and messages of support from well-known celebrities, such as journalist and former presidential candidate Ksenia Sobchak. Some people, however, do regard the sisters as murderers.

In December 2019, despite the calls for leniency, Russia’s Investigative Committee announced that the sisters would be charged with premeditated murder, and face up to 20 years in jail. With the charges now dropped, the Khachaturian sisters could soon be free.

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