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PERM, January 23 (Itar-Tass) — The public prosecutor demanded that the defendants should be sentenced from two to ten years in prison in the criminal case over a major fire at the Perm nightclub Lame Horse that killed 156 people.
The public prosecutor asked the Leninsky District Court of Perm, where the litigating parties are producing their arguments on Wednesday, to hand down this sentence to eight defendants in this high-profile criminal case. In particular, the prosecutor asked to sentence the actual owner of the nightclub Anatoly Zak to ten years in prison.