Kuznetsova saw the film Sobchak about beating children in the Ural monastery
Commissioner for the rights of the child in the Russian Federation Anna Kuznetsova told RIA Novosti that he had seen the film TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak about the beating of children in Sredneuralskaya convent, however, noted that before the end of the investigation talk about objectivity is difficult.
Previously, Kuznetsov told RIA Novosti that more to bringing this story wide publicity to clarify information and was in touch with the Commissioner in the region, and also said that he will send the appeal to the Prosecutor General and the Investigative Committee to check information on cases of ill-treatment of children in the monastery.
"Yes, Yes (look – ed). It's hard for me to judge (about the objectivity – ed.) without documents, wait for information and view. I care about how secure children's rights. To do this, we immediately contacted a colleague in the region, he went to the place, and now we write to the Prosecutor. Violence against children is unacceptable under any conditions and circumstances", - said the Agency Ombudsman.
She noted that it was hard to hear as the girl in the movie talks about what she did and how much. "This is unacceptable and frightening," added Kuznetsova.
Earlier, the TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak has released a film-investigation about beating of children in Sredneuralskaya convent, and chiyoumen Sergius banned from serving after saying about the "pseudopodia" coronavirus. Prior to this, Sobchak said that he came to the monastery to collect the material for his investigations, and the film crew was attacked, and then was sent to treatment in the receiving Central office of the Investigative Committee of Russia. In the diocese of Yekaterinburg, RIA Novosti said they were working on reports about the abuse of children in 2009-2010.