Scandals of the week (1999) 01/23/1999
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In politics, the war of compromising is continuing: the journalist Alexander Khinshtein accuses the Atoll and personally Boris Berezovsky of listening to private conversations of the Russian president's family.
In December 1997, the terrorist took a Swedish diplomat hostage and was killed.
The mother of the terrorist Tamara Kolomytseva is still not sure that it was her son.
In response to the statement about the prohibition of cremation and the request for a re-examination, the body of the offender was cremated, the mother was given an urn with ashes.
Tamara Kolomytseva sued the investigation.
Comments: Tamara Kolomytseva, journalist of the newspaper "Time MN" Alexander Shvarev, deputy Alexander Chershintsev, chairman of the Tver court Olga Sergeeva; investigator Anton Dilnov on the phone declined to comment.
Scandal around the presentation of a new Russian fighter: "Moscow newspaper" published an article, which states that this aircraft does not exist.
Interview: General Director of the Mikoyan Design Bureau Mikhail Korzhuyev, pilot Gennady Zarva, leading engineer Viktor Ivanovich, head of the Gromov Flight Training Facility Anatoly Kikhtenko.
Deputy Alexander Shokhin and lawyer Henry Reznik put forward a lawsuit on the protection of honor and dignity against journalist Larisa Kislinskaya for the article "Dangerous Shokhin's turn, or who ordered Otarik, "which discusses the possible involvement of A. N. Shokhin in the murder of businessman Otari Kvantrishvili.
Larissa Kislinskaya puts forward a counterclaim about insult and libel.
Heroes of the cartoon "Well, wait!" became the subject of legal proceedings related to copyright infringement.
The authors won a lawsuit against a private company Videovostok.
Interview: script writer Alexander Kurlyandsky, artist and director Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin, lawyer Natalya Schennikova, general director of Videovostok company Vyacheslav Shchukin, director of the Soyuzmultfilm studio Vladimir Tarasov.
PersonnelKhinshtein A.E. - Russian journalist, public and political figure.
Berezovsky B.A. - Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Corresponding Member of the USSR Academy of Sciences, statesman and politician, entrepreneur.
Kislinskaya L.Yu. - Russian journalist, columnist, editor, columnist of the newspaper "Top Secret".
Shokhin AN - doctor of economic sciences, state, political and public figure.
Reznik G.M. - human rights activist, lawyer, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation, scientific and public figure.
Kurlyandsky A.E. - writer, satirist, playwright, screenwriter, Honored Artist of Russia, one of the creators of the animated series "Well, wait!"
Kotyonochkin V.M. - Soviet filmmaker-animator, artist and animator, Honored Artist of the RSFSR, People's Artist of the RSFSR.
Crime and Accidents; Air force; Courts and prosecutors; Animation