Russia: Footballers involved in brutal Moscow cafe attack appear for questioning

SOT, Alexander Kokorin, Russian football player (Russian): “I have been taken in custody because… Well, I do not know how to explain.” SOT, Investigating officer (Russian): “It will be ok even in a few words. What are you suspected of?” SOT, Alexander Kokorin, Russian football player (Russian): “As I understand, on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm to two citizens.” SOT... Еще, Investigating officer (Russian): “Do you recognise your involvement in the incidents?” SOT, Pavel Mamayev, Russian football player (Russian): “Is this an interview or what is it?” SOT, Investigating officer (Russian): “No, it is not an interview.” SOT, Pavel Mamayev, Russian football player (Russian): “What is it?” SOT, Investigating officer (Russian): “It is footage for investigation.” SOT, Pavel Mamayev, Russian football player (Russian): “I refuse to answer the question.” Russian footballers Pavel Mamaev and Alexander Kokorin appeared for questiong in Moscow on hooliganism charges, footage released on Thursday by the Moscow Interior Ministry shows. The Main Directorate of the Moscow Interior Ministry opened a criminal case against Kokorin and Mamaev on October 10. The pair, both members of the Russian national team, are accused of assaulting Trade Ministry official Denis Pak in a cafe in the Russian capital on Monday. They are also charged with assaulting on a driver earlier in the day. If Kokorin and Mamaev are found guilty, they can face up to seven years in prison.

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