The Moscow city court left without changes the timing of Kokorin and Mamaev

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The Moscow city court upheld the sentences of the players Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev, convicted of disorderly conduct and assault, reports TASS. The sentence came into force.

Thus, Kokorin will spend in the colony a year and a half, Mamaev a year and five months.

“Appeal to leave without satisfaction. Meet in
part of paragraph “a” of part 1 of article 213 of the criminal code of the Russian Federation”, – announced the judge.

Other defendants in the criminal case, the brother of the forward “Zenith” Kirill Kokorin and PAL players Alexander Pratasavickaja, the timing is also stored at 1.6 and 1.5 years, respectively.

Periods of detention in jail, defendants will be counted from the calculation day and a half on October 10.

The prosecution requested the return of the item “a” of part 1 of article 213 of “Hooliganism with use of weapons or objects used as weapons” of the criminal code. The lawyers requested the deletion of article “Hooliganism”.

Kokorin during debate asked court to allow him to return to the sport and to see family. “If there’s a chance – give to improve, to prove we are not criminals, not to go to understand, do not understand anything. Everything depended on us, we provided,” said the player “Zenith”.

The football player of “Krasnodar” Mamaev, in turn, stated that he is very tired. “I speak for myself: the year we spent in jail is more than enough, given the fact that section 213, any person on the street will ask, he will say that this is not the 213th article (not hooliganism)”, – he said.

We are talking about two fights involving players and their friends in October 2018 in Moscow. According to the investigation, they first beat up the driver of one of the leading Russian TV channels Vitaly Solovchuk, and then the head of the Department of industry and trade Denis Pack in the cafe. Punch in the face was also the CEO of the US Sergey Gaisin, who tried to calm the young people.

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