Russia: Echo of Moscow radio host attacker remanded in custody by Moscow court

Boris Gritz, the Russian-Israeli citizen suspected of stabbing Echo of Moscow radio host Tatiana Felgenhauer, was charged with attempted murder and remanded in custody for two months by Moscow’s Presnensky District Court, Tuesday. The court's decision to keep the accused in custody came since «the criminal case file presented to the court meets the criminal-procedural law and the absence of any... Еще information on the state of health rules out the possibility of keeping Grits in a remand centre,» according to Evgeny Naidenov, a judge at the court. During the hearing Gritz reportedly asked the court not to keep him in a pre-trial detention centre since he did not plan to run away. However, the court agreed to the prosecutor's request and ruled to “keep Gritz in custody until 23 December 2017.”

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