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MOSCOW, December 26 (Itar-Tass) — Moscow's Lefortovo court on Wednesday ruled a second time that the investigator's refusal to open a criminal case against the officials responsible for providing assistance to victims of the terrorist attack on the Dubrovka Theatre center in Moscow in 2002 was illegal.
"We've won the case; the court has granted our appeal, and ordered the investigators to eliminate the violations and open criminal proceedings," lawyer of the injured parties Igor Trunov told Itar-Tass.
It was a second time the court reviewed the injured parties' appeal. The Lefortovo court granted it the first time, but the Moscow City Court overturned the ruling and send the case for new review.