General Prosecutor’s Office examines complaints about Grabovoy sect

General Prosecutor’s Office begins examining Beslan people’s complaints about Grabovoy sect

Moscow, September 23, Interfax – The Russian General Prosecutor’s Office is examining Beslan people’s complaints about the activities of the so-called healer Grigoriy Grabovoy who has promised to raise from the dead the children killed in the terrorist action.

‘An inquiry into these facts is being carried out now’, Natalia Vishnyakova, chief of the General Prosecutor’s Office directorate for information’, said on Friday in Moscow.

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‘I am not ready yet to indicate the date of the completion of the inquiry, because there are many aspects. One of them, in particular, is that nobody of those who were in direct contact with G.Grabovoy and tackled the question concerning the fulfilment of some promises he gave have not appealed to the prosecutor’s office as yet’, Vishnyakova said.

It was reported by some mass media earlier that the Beslan Mothers Committee activists requested the General Prosecutor’s Office to look into Grabovoy’s activities. It was also reported that Grabovoy and his followers promised Beslan women to raise their children from the dead for a reward.

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