December 17, 2022, 19:36 – Public News Service – OSN

Moscow City Duma deputy Yevgeny Stupin said that in Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation he was told that they did not check the statement of the former employee of the Russia Today TV channel Anton Krasovsky about Ukrainian children. It is reported by

We remind you that earlier Anton Krasovsky called for “drown and burn” Ukrainian children, after which he was fired from the Russia Today TV channel. The Investigative Committee was supposed to conduct an audit at the request of Deputy Stupin.

In the response of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, it was indicated that in the appeal received from the deputy, “information about a crime committed or being prepared against minors … is not reported.”

Krasovsky’s case will be sent to the Moscow department MIA.

Previously, Russia Today Channel posted on its sites movie Anton Krasovsky about sports stars, which caused a wave of bewilderment. In his Telegram channel, Krasovsky said that the film was shot a long time ago, and there is no talk of his return to television.