A Russian, who dismissed his husband's arms with an ax, was sentenced to a 14-year prison sentence in a case that has rediscovered the reality of violence at home in the country.
Dmitry Grschev was sentenced to 14 years in prison, a sentence that will serve in high security prisons, by a Serpukuff court, 100 kilometers south of Moscow, told a spokesman for the French agency.
On December 11, 2017, the man drove his wife Margaretta Gruseva, who accused him of killing him in a forest near Moscow after leaving her two children in a nursery. She bent her hands and then slipped her fingers before she began to snap her forearms on the root of a tree reported by RES /
Then Gressev put his hemostatic bandages on his victim to avoid losing too much blood. She brought her to the hospital and together a shoe box containing her cut right hand.
"No conviction will take back my hands", the young woman, 26 years old, after reading the sentence, reacted before the press. She hoped herself that her former wife should be sentenced to imprisonment in her life.
After a series of efforts, doctors managed to weld their left hand, which had been found in the woods. The young lady wears a denture in her right hand.
Scientists have confirmed that the accused had planned his crime in every detail, buying an ax, gas and iodine, among other things.
Dimitri Grichev should also pay fines of more than 2 million rubles (26,000 euros) to cause moral damage to the victim.
The case highlights the reality of domestic violence in Russia where the authorities decriminalized some forms of violence within the 2017 family under pressure from conservative circles.
Last October, a report from the NGO Human Rights Watch reported that violence victims in Russia often face the police's indifference and "gaps in the judiciary".
One month before the attack, Margaretta Grucheva filed a trial against her husband, whom the police ignored.