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The head of a notorious sect who promised to resurrect children killed in the bloody terrorist attack on a Beslan school in September 2004 is facing fraud charges
The head of a notorious sect who promised to resurrect children killed in the bloody terrorist attack on a Beslan school in September 2004 is facing fraud charges, Moscow prosecutors said Friday. Grigory Grabovoi, who was detained in Moscow Thursday, claimed that he could heal many diseases and even resurrect people. He collected large sums of money from the parents of children killed in the horrific school siege. Prosecutors are currently deciding whether to keep Grabovoi in custody. Moscow prosecutor Igor Pavlov said a criminal case had been opened against Grabovoi after parents duped by his schemes demanded an investigation into his activities. "The number of members of [Grabovoi's] criminal gang...was large - from 10 to 15 people," the prosecutor said. In all, 331 people died in the Beslan atrocity, including 186 children.
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