Bastrykin blamed the parents of the students for the lack of security at the school in Kazan, where nine people were killed
The head of the Investigative Committee, Alexander Bastrykin, criticized the security of school No. 175 in Kazan, where the massacre took place on May 11 . Bastrykin blamed the parents for the lack of security.
The school was not guarded, although there was a security agreement. I ask the headmistress: “Why didn’t they guard the school?” – “Parents were against” – “Why?” Is silent. And I know why – my parents had to give money for security, they refused. There was no security, although the contract existed.
Bastrykin also said that after the massacre at a college in Kerch, the authorities issued instructions to prevent similar crimes, but since then half of them have not been carried out. “I am reporting: 50% of those instructions that were given in a broad sense, starting with school security and ending with educational work, have not been fulfilled – this is the result,” said the head of the Investigative Committee.