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The verdict against Latin teacher Larisa Pustoshkina appealed against the defense


The defense appealed the verdict to the senior teacher of the Latin Language Department of the Russian National Research Medical University named after N.I. Pirogov (second honey) Larisa Vasilievna Pustoshkina, fined by the court for 1.2 million for accepting a bribe. This informs the portal rapsinews.ru.

A court spokesman, Yevgeny Pak, said that counsel for L. V. Pustoshkina, found guilty under art. 290 of the Criminal Code (part 3), filed an appeal.
The verdict against Latin teacher Larisa Pustoshkina appealed against the defense
The 64-year-old lecturer at a leading medical school was detained on September 25, 2012 after she (according to the competent authorities) for taking a bribe of 30 thousand rubles set off as a first-year student without her personal presence. The gradebook brought two intermediaries, one of whom has already graduated from high school, an arc - still studying.

And this is not the first case of bribery on the part of the teacher, the police says, citing as proof the correspondence at the unofficial institute forum, where there was an open discussion of the Latin test price by L. V. Pustoshkina (although the tax rate was called significantly less - $ 100).

Larisa Vasilyevna herself, a teacher with 35 years of experience, states: she didn’t take the money, she put the test on humanitarian grounds, because the girl couldn’t come to the institute due to illness.

Do not believe in the guilt of the teacher and her former students. The students themselves put forward a version that Larisa Vasilievna Pustoshkina was “framed”, and the bills found in her office (the numbers of which coincided with the numbers on previously made photocopies) were simply “planted”.

Who is right, hopefully, the appeal will show. In the meantime, all teachers, who may well find themselves in such a situation, have to remember the Latin proverb: “Cum recte vivis, ne cures verba malorum” (“If you live honestly, do not be afraid of slander).

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