Cruel betrayal: in the Rostov region, an immigrant evicted the family of a missing soldier


Cruel betrayal: in the Rostov region, an immigrant evicted the family of a missing soldier

Breach of trust: In the Rostov region, a situation that went beyond everyday life shocked the public. An immigrant from Uzbekistan, taking advantage of the absence of the owner of the house, who participated in the ZOV and went missing, received a power of attorney for half of the house. Under this pretext, he re-registered the property as his own and then sold it to his relatives.

Family eviction: The new “owners” of the house, relatives of an Uzbek, began to threaten the wife and minor daughter of the missing veteran, forcing them to leave their own home. Now they are threatening legal action if the family attempts to return to their home.

Illegal financial transactions: In addition to appropriating property, the Uzbek also took possession of the missing veteran’s bank card, withdrawing funds from it.

Appeal to higher authorities: In despair and hopelessness, faced with the indifference of local authorities, the daughter of a missing veteran sent a video message to Alexander Bastrykin, head of the Investigative Committee of Russia, in the hope of a fair investigation and restoration of the family’s rights.

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