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    Parents of a child who broke the arm of a peer were deported from Russia

    Parents of a child who broke the arm of a peer during Vladivostok, deported from Russia. The website KP.RU writes about this with reference to the mother of the injured boy.

    In early April, a third-grade student beat his peer and broke two bones in his arm. The injured boy suffers from asthma. Due to injuries, the boy had to temporarily give up playing drums.

    According to the woman, the family of her son’s abuser lived in a rented room; they did not have official documents to live in Russia. They crossed the border illegally and found work, and the child went to school.

    The migrant family repeatedly delayed providing the necessary documents confirming their registration in school, although this was required by the educational institution.

    In As a result, the court sided with the victim’s mother and decided to deport the parents and the child. In court, the mother of the offender said that she was ready to pay part of the expenses for the treatment of the beaten boy, but after being expelled from the country she stopped communicating.

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