“Mail of Russia” forced to suffer “koptevskogo maniac”

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Sergei Zastynchanu, convicted for life for the murder of four women and known as the “Koptev maniac”, sued 200 rubles for lost letters from the Post of Russia, while he demanded 100 times more from the company, follows from the decision of the Salekhard city court.

According to the materials published on the website of the court, Zastinchanu filed a lawsuit with the Post of Russia for the recovery of moral damages and fines, as well as the cost of sending two letters. It is explained that in the spring of 2018 he sent them to the regional court through the administration of IK-18 in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, where he is serving his sentence, but the letters were “lost due to the fault of the defendant”.

“The plaintiff, who participated in the court hearing via videoconferencing, insisted on the suit on the arguments set out in it. He indicated that he suffered moral suffering due to the loss of letters, as well as the defendant’s refusal to satisfy the claim, ”the court said.

The Office notes that moral damage to Zastynchanu was estimated at 21,000 rubles, stating that he also requests that a fine in the amount of 50% of the amount awarded be collected in his favor. In addition, he intended to sue 96 rubles from the Post of Russia, which he spent sending letters.

In the court of Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Okrug they confirmed that they did not receive any consignments from Zastynchan. The decision of the judge Artem Parshukov emphasizes that this claim should be partially satisfied.

“To recover in favor of Zastinchanov S.V. from the FSUE“ Russian Post ”moral damages in the amount of 200 rubles and a fine for violation of the rights of the consumer in the amount of 100 rubles. The rest of the claim to refuse, “- said in a court order.

This clarifies that the decision may be appealed to the court of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District within one month from the date of adoption, that is, until February 17, 2019.

A native of Moldova, Sergei Zastynchanu, known as the “Koptevsky maniac,” was sentenced in Moscow to life imprisonment in 2005 for killing four women and robberies.

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