Craver couple wanted by Interpol

The Voice of Russia on November 29, 2011 released the following:

The Craver spouses are wanted by Interpol. The family couple, found guilty of unpremeditated manslaughter of their adopted child from Russia, are now on the international wanted list.

This is done contrary to the decision of the Basmanny Court of Moscow, which on Monday declined to arrest 7-year-old Vanya Skorobogatov’s foster parents in absentia.

The Russian Investigative Committee had insisted on the arrest of the Americans. However, the court prosecutor pronounced a second prosecution in Russia on the same charges impossible.

An American court sentenced the Cravers to 16 months imprisonment, however, they were released in the courtroom, since the two had already spent over a year and half in jail. (IF)”

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