The court imposed a life sentence of up to two years on Stanislav Bakatsyev (or Savvas).
He was found guilty of manslaughter by intent, weaponry, and death of the dead as the accused has admitted to cutting off the little girl whose body was never found.
For the mother of a four-year-old girl who was initially sentenced to six years’ imprisonment, the court issued an acquittal.
The third accused in the case, a friend of the father, Nikolay Ahmetov, sentenced the court to nine years’ imprisonment for simple synergy in manslaughter and murder.
In a while, Ahmetov is expected to be out of prison as he has served a part of his sentence. At first instance, Ahmetov was sentenced to life, but his appellate court acknowledged the mitigating act of reckoning.
See all the details of the trial at second instance, here.